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Gợi ý các thiết bị vệ sinh inax giá rẻ tốt nhất cho phòng trọ

Trang bị các thiết bị vệ sinh inax giá rẻ cho phòng trọ là một phương án giúp chủ nhà giảm thiểu được một phần chi phí trong xây dựng. Tuy nhiên, để đảm bảo an toàn và hạn chế tối đa các khoản sửa chữa, thay thế thì bạn cần lựa chọn các hãng cung cấp uy tín, chất lượng. Nếu bạn vẫn đang loay hoay tìm kiếm các thiết bị vệ sinh inax chính hãng giá rẻ cho phòng trọ thì bài viết sau đây sẽ gợi ý cho bạn những thông tin vô cùng hữu ích.

Vì sao nên lựa chọn thiết bị vệ sinh inax giá rẻ cho phòng trọ? Tại các thành phố lớn, mật độ dân cư ngày càng đông đúc hơn, phần lớn là người dân từ các tỉnh thành khác trên cả nước đến nhập cư, tìm kiếm cơ hội làm ăn, buôn bán hay sinh viên học tập tại các trường đại học, cao đẳng. Chính vì thế, nhu cầu nhà trọ ngày càng tăng cao, các chủ nhà trọ cũng có thể tận dụng đất nhàn rỗi để xây dựng nên các chung cư mini, dãy nhà trọ cho thuê. Tuy nhiên, với việc xây dựng nhà trọ, chi phí vốn đầu tư ban đầu cần bỏ ra là khá lớn và gây khó khăn không ít cho các chủ nhà trọ.

Việc tìm kiếm ở đâu các sản phẩm vừa có mức giá phải chăng, vừa đảm bảo chất lượng luôn là câu hỏi lớn của nhiều chủ nhà trọ. Để giúp tiết kiệm một khoản lớn đầu tư cho nội thất, mà cụ thể là các thiết bị vệ sinh phòng tắm, bạn nên cân nhắc tìm kiếm và sử dụng thiết bị vệ sinh inax chính hãng giá rẻ.

Ngày nay, nhờ vào công nghệ, năng suất sản xuất của dây chuyền hiện đại cũng như khả năng tối ưu hóa quy trình vận hành mà các sản phẩm thiết bị vệ sinh inax của một số nhà cung cấp lớn đã có giá thành thấp hơn so với mặt bằng chung, tuy nhiên vẫn luôn đảm bảo về chất lượng, giúp bạn dễ dàng nâng cao chất lượng tiện nghi cho phòng trọ, đồng thời hạn chế chi phí sửa chữa, thay thế trong quá trình cho thuê.

Nên lựa chọn thiết bị vệ sinh inax nào cho phòng trọ? Tại Việt Nam hiện có rất nhiều các đơn vị cung cấp thiết bị vệ sinh inax khác nhau, điều này gây khó khăn cho bạn khi muốn tìm kiếm và lựa chọn được đơn vị tin cậy. Một hãng thiết bị vệ sinh inax đáng để bạn lưu tâm phải là một đơn vị uy tín, khi đó, bạn mới có thể yên tâm về chất lượng cũng như độ bền của sản phẩm. Tiếp theo, vì các thiết bị phòng tắm cần lắp đặt tại phòng trọ nên dịch vụ vận chuyển và lắp đặt tốt cũng là một tiêu chí nên được ưu tiên cân nhắc. Cuối cùng nhưng cũng vô cùng quan trọng, đó là giá cả của sản phẩm có phù hợp với nhu cầu và túi tiền của bạn hay không.

Bài viết này sẽ mang đến cho bạn một gợi ý về các sản phẩm thiết bị vệ sinh inax chất lượng đáp ứng mọi yêu cầu sử dụng cho phòng trọ, với mức giá trung bình chỉ từ 500.000đ đến 3 triệu đồng.

Top các sản phẩm thiết bị vệ sinh inax giá rẻ cho phòng trọ nên mua nhất Một số thiết bị vệ sinh cơ bản cho phòng trọ mà bạn nên tham khảo như bồn cầu hai khối Inax, bộ vòi sen tắm Inax, chậu rửa mặt treo tường Inax,...

Bồn cầu hai khối inax giá rẻ Bồn cầu hai khối Inax C-117VA là sản phẩm vô cùng chất lượng và cực kỳ phù hợp cho phòng trọ chỉ với mức giá 2 triệu đồng. Bồn cầu hai khối Inax C-117VA có kích thước dài 688 x rộng 370 x bệt cao 370 x thùng cao 770 được ứng dụng kỹ thuật xả nước siêu tiết kiệm. Ngoài ra, với ngân sách dưới 3 triệu đồng, bạn có gần 10 sự lựa chọn khác nhau cho các mẫu mã, kích thước và tính năng đa dạng khác của dòng bồn cầu hai khối inax giá rẻ

Bộ vòi sen tắm inax giá rẻ Bộ vòi sen tắm là một trong những thiết bị vệ sinh cần thiết cho nhà tắm tại các phòng trọ. Không chỉ đảm bảo vệ sinh, thiết bị này còn giúp phòng trọ của bạn trông khang trang, thẩm mỹ và tiện nghi hơn nhiều. Chỉ với khoảng từ 1 triệu đến dưới 3 triệu đồng, bạn có rất nhiều các lựa chọn cho bộ vòi sen tắm inax giá rẻ.

Lavabo inax giá rẻ Lavabo inax hay còn được biết đến là chậu/ bồn rửa treo tường. Đây cũng là một thiết bị vệ sinh inax cần có trong nhà tắm. Nếu sử dụng để lắp đặt cho phòng trọ, bạn nên lựa chọn các mẫu Lavabo inax giá rẻ chỉ từ 500.000 đồng.

Hoặc để tìm kiếm được các sản phẩm phù hợp khác cũng như linh kiện, phụ kiện thay thế chính hãng, bạn có thể liên hệ đến Đông Đức Luxury theo địa chỉ: - Showroom thiết bị vệ sinh và bếp Đông Đức tại số 89 - 91 Đặng Tiến Đông, phường Trung Liệt, quận Đống Đa, Hà Nội (đối diện gò Đống Đa) - Số điện thoại: 0912 048 217 - Email: dongducluxury@gmail.com

Bài viết bạn vừa xem là một trong những gợi ý tốt nhất về các thiết bị vệ sinh inax giá rẻ cho phòng trọ. Hy vọng những thông tin trên sẽ giúp bạn nhanh chóng và dễ dàng sở hữu được các thiết bị vệ sinh inax phù hợp.

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Thiết bị vệ sinh INAX chính hãng uy tín, báo giá thiết bị vệ sinh Inax 2020 (dongduc.com.vn)
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Needs advice
on
Spring Boot
and
Laravel

Hi. I am a backend developer in a company tasked with recoding a legacy application starting out with choosing the right technology stack and then later hiring for that stack.

This is a freight/logistics application made 15 years ago in PHP with no modern framework used. In this application customers from different countries login into theirs accounts and add a huge number of shipments like let's say 500 and then, later on, generate PDFs for them after calling third-party APIs. This application has API integrations with lots of other companies and also offers API access to its own software as well. This application is also used in-house by warehouse people to scan different shipments using barcode scanners and to process shipments by performing different actions on them. The database being used currently is MySQL.

Now we have the choice to write this application in a modern technology stack. Performance, speed, reliability, and security are the primary concerns here.

Should I go with Java/Spring Boot with AngularJS as the front end or PHP/Laravel with Vue.js as the front end?

Switching at this point from PHP to Java will not be hard if Java is considered better here because we can hire as per our final decision.

Thanks.

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Laravel

Hi Chris, I will suggest going with Laravel and MySQL since the existing system is already in PHP it will help a lot and easier to port out to Laravel and will save a lot of time. Laravel has a very robust mechanism to handle the jobs/Queues and it comes with a lot of features.

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Chris Goodwill
Chris Goodwill
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August 3rd 2021 at 6:42PM

Thank you. Keeping aside the fact that the existing system is made in PHP, would you still recommend Laravel over java? Wont java give better performance and speed over Laravel?

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Nside Technologies·

Hi Chris, I recommend you to use Java with spring boot to rewrite your software. You will have the advantages of modern applications. The main challenge will be to cut your existing business logic to functional services (microservices) that will communicate each others. That will comes up also with the challenges of orchestrate those services but for that no worries. For the database also, will recommend Postgre too. For the front end, you can use angular, react or vue js with your backend since it will be API calls.

Hope it can help!

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Founder & CEO at Moducate·

I'm going to sound like a sales rep for Retool in this Stack Decision, but who cares!

Retool has been simply amazing at allowing us to rapidly create backend administrative interfaces for our platforms and services.

We've gone from having a 50:50 split of time spent developing platforms and developing internal tools to a 95:5 split at least!

I've yet to find an API/database/service that Retool hasn't been able to natively interface with, and their support for arbitrary REST/GraphQL APIs means that I don't foresee myself ever finding a truly incompatible source of data.

And to top it all off, Retool's pricing plans are extremely generous considering how much time has been freed up for us.

It's genuinely frightening how easily, agilely, and affordably we've been able to integrate Retool into our various stacks.

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Albeit restricted to only a few places worlwide compared to its peers in the cloud segment, I am yet to find another provider capable of delivering a score over 5000 (Geekbench) in a benchmark on a single CPU machine, and each machine costs $6 a month. For homelab and experienced users who don't need DBaaS or IaaC's, it's a pretty straightforward choice. A more comprehensive review of Vultr's HF machines can be found here.

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Software Enginieer at Shelf·

As the Shelf Dev Team grows in size, more and more newly joined engineers face questions specific to our codebase and development setup.

Imagine you try to launch a project locally for development, and then some obscure error comes up with a stack trace pointing to some internal tooling. Obviously, you won't find any help on Google, as it comes from code developed internally.

Usually, more experienced developers help newcomers in Slack. This is the fastest way to get help, but it doesn't scale, it's not repeatable, and usually is lost, since communication happens in direct messages.

That's where Stackoverflow for Teams comes in.

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Founder at The First Prototype·

We focus on Mobile App Development and iOS development is so much smoother in every framework on a Mac over a Windows computer. iOS development in Swift won't work on Windows but looking at the other cross platform frameworks, the chances that your code will just work on an iPhone when you develop on a Windows computer is much lesser. To a certain extent, you can make the UI look similar using Flutter or Webpack for React Native, but once it comes to the device functionality like Wallet, Camera, File Storage, it becomes a bigger pain than it's worth.

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Founder & CEO at Macombey·

We chose TickTick after using a bunch of other project management tools that didn't really fit us. As a team, TickTick has made projects enjoyable. We break down projects into very small pieces and take them on one by one and we never miss any detail because of the tool. We have time tracking for each tasks to keep us on time, we share tasks between the team, take notes, and even establish habits throughout the teams so we can get better and better at what we do. We also tend to invite clients in as guests so they can follow along through the process of their project.

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CTO, Co-Founder at Fonibo·
Chose
Seq
over
ELK
at
()

Because Seq is lightweight and easy to setup which helped me to setup a centralized logging system without investing too much resources (money and compute power). I know that ELK has more superior features but I didn't need most of them, I just needed a place to store and view logs of backend services.

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CTO at Orbulo·
Chose
Lua
at

At Tabulo, we make extensive use of Redis as a state store. However, for common operations, we found ourselves making multiple requests to the Redis server from our Elixir microservice. These network requests became a bottleneck, and so we turned to using Lua scripts that could be run on the context of the Redis server, which would only require one network request per script.

However, the Redis implementation of Lua had its restrictions; for one, we couldn't use require() calls in Lua. There were also times when we wanted to call one Lua script from another, which Redis didn't support (there was an undocumented workaround, but it made debugging a pain). So, we wrote a preprocessor that would replace require() calls with the actual content of the file it was requiring and create generated Lua files that could be read and loaded into the Redis server.

However, as our Lua scripts got more complex, we wanted a more maintainable way to write them. We turned to Teal (https://github.com/teal-language/tl), a dialect of Lua that adds static types while still compiling to Lua (similar to TypeScript for JavaScript). Teal worked beautifully, and we now write our Lua scripts using Teal, compile them into Lua, and preprocess them using our custom preprocessor.

For us, while Lua may not be the most powerful language, it has served us beautifully for writing Redis scripts, especially in combination with Teal.

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Needs advice
on
Rails
Laravel
and
Django

Which is better of Laravel, Rails and Django for creating great products quickly?

Which is better for creating open source apps that others might want to contribute to?

I want a mature tool for creating web apps that qualifies for:

  • Quick prototyping
  • Easy to get to production level for backend
  • Maintainable and buildable by one person alone
  • Enforces conformity, so others can easily read and contribute to the code, making successfully open sourcing possible
  • Works well with React
  • Has a mature and fairly stable ecosystem for the basics (auth, storage, db, image handling, backups, change history, etc.
  • Has an ecosystem that will still be alive in 10 years, responding to changes.

I would have to learn Ruby, Python or PHP for each, so that factors in too.

I'm proficient in React and Node.js, but I feel the node backend ecosystem is too immature with a million different ways to do everything, and too many decisions to make, too much wiring to get everything to work together, and too many packages that end up not being supported a few months down the line.

Which would you choose for me to learn?

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Meam Software Engineering Group·
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Rails
Django

Comparing them end-to-end, Rails comes the most productive in my opinion. But there are bolder parameters you may consider. i.e. no one switches from Django to Rails to improve productivity and vice versa (probably from Laravel to one of those two).

  • The language's productivity also matters, which both Ruby and Python are better for that.

  • There is a philosophical difference between #Django and #Rails :

  • Django supports the "Explicit over Implicit" idea, making it easier for newcomers to understand what's going on. This idea also has downsides. This allows beginners to start working with Django without even learning Django and best practices and defer learning by using references like Stackoverflow.com, which is not a good idea because you potentially don't know things that you don't know! Also, you may find many different project styles.

  • On the other hand, Rails support the "Convention over configuration" and Scaffolding idea. It's easier for a Rails developer to be added to a new project or just review a random Rails project. Everything has a default and also it has some downsides as well. e.g. As a beginner, everything feels like magic in Rails, and you don't understand what is going on and how Rails understand while you didn't "explicitly" say what do you want sometimes.

Conclusion: Rails and Django are more productive and you can build projects on your own quickly (many giant startups launched this way!).

Node.JS isn't immature, also sometimes shows better performance comparing the mentioned alternatives. But if you suffer from "a million different ways to do everything" and "many decisions to make", Take Ruby on Rails for sure.

P.S: for learning RoR I suggest the book/video from Michael Hartl.

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Django

I picked Django because we use it at work. But honestly, if you don't know any of them, I would look at the jobs around where you live and learn the one that either has the most jobs posted or if you can look at the trends the one that is growing the number of jobs the most.

All three would satisfy your needs and all three are good choices. Dotnet core would also be a good choice, again if there are jobs in your area for said technologies. If you literally don't care about this for employment, learn them all and just do it in alphabetical order :)

Note: I think you are wrong about Node being too immature - there are also MOSTLY standards for everything you want to do on the backend that have not changed for many years.

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Andrew Kornilov
Andrew Kornilov
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July 28th 2021 at 5:56PM

> you are wrong about Node being too immature

and in course of few years you will end up with tons of broken/outdated dependencies, but with the critical vulnerabilities

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Engineering Manager at Weatherford·

I was advised by an instructor that Streamlit was now his favorite tool for deploying Python-based projects. He emphasized the slow learning path for Flask was a hindrance even if it provided more flexibility. He proceeded to give the class an hour long live demonstration of streamlit. I was impressed with how much you can do with just a few basic guidelines. He also mentioned that unlike R's Shiny, Streamlit still didn't chare to host your project beyond a short term demo period.

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Tim Huegerich
Tim Huegerich
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July 29th 2021 at 3:48PM

Are you familiar with [Anvil](https://anvil.works/)? As far as I can tell, it's much more powerful than Streamlit and I can't understand why it's not better known.

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I've just published my latest article "Maps with Django (part 2): GeoDjango, PostGIS and Leaflet" 🚀

A quickstart guide to create a web #map 🗺️ with the #Python 🐍️ based web framework #Django 🦄 using its module #GeoDjango 🌍, the #PostgreSQL 🐘 database with its spatial extension #PostGIS 🌐 and #Leaflet 🍃, a JavaScript library for interactive maps.

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pauloxnet – Maps with Django (part 2): GeoDjango, PostGIS and Leaflet (paulox.net)
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Software engineer at Aragro·

We recently changed our stack adopting Next.js as our React framework and using Storybook to help build our React components in isolation, our new frontend is written in TypeScript and Ant Design ( UI design language and React UI library ), all logic process in written in Ruby using Sidekiq as background worker and Rspec as testing framework. For delivering data, we use GraphQL and Apoll, Jest and Cypress are used for testing too.

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Using vue-property-decorators keeps all the information about a component inside one typescript class. The alternative was to use the old V2 syntax and Vue.extend() to add props. Using the property decorators helped to keep the code readable, maintainable (since type safety is improved) and made it easier for new developers to get started.

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Founder & Developper at Finance D·

I had a goal to create the simplest accounting software for Mac and Windows to help small businesses in Canada.

This led me to a long 2 years of exploration of the best language that could provide these features:

  • Great overall productivity
  • International wide-spread usage for long-term sustainability and easy to find documentation
  • Versatility for creating websites and desktop softwares
  • Enjoyable developper experience
  • Ability to create good looking modern UIs
  • Job openings with this language

I tried Python, Java, C# and C++ without finding what I was looking for.

When I discovered Javascript, I really knew it was the right language to use. Thinking of this today makes me realize even more how great a decision this has been to learn, use and master Javascript. It has been a fun, challenging and productive road on which I am still satisfied.

Obviously, when I refer to Javascript, it is not without implying the vast ecosystem around it. For me, JS is a whole universe in which almost every imaginable tools exist. It's awesome - for real. Thanks to all the contributors which have made it possible.

To be even clearer about how intense I am with Javascript, let's just say that my first passion was music. Until, I find coding with Javascript! Yep, I know!

So in conclusion, I chose Javascript because it is versatile, enjoyable, widely used, productive for both desktop softwares and websites with ability to create modern great looking user interfaces (assuming HTML and CSS are involved) and finally there are job openings.

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Hi, Stackshare community. A few friends and I are enrolled in an "appathon". We are given +- a month to develop an app. We chose the agricultural sector. We want to develop an app that can keep track of livestock vaccinations. So we would have to utilize quite a big database. We only have a month to develop a Minimal Viable Product. What stack is preferred? Our JavaScript skills aren't the best. We do know Java and Python quite well, however. What stack would benefit us?

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I think you should go with Flutter any day because there is a large variety of widgets inventory for it which can fasten up the development time to at least roll out a minimal viable product out there. Performance of Flutter Apps are also better than React Native apps. And as an added bonus, if in future you want to add a web interface for the same, you can do it using the existing codebase if written in Flutter (dart).

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Ricardo Boss
Ricardo Boss
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July 6th 2021 at 8:54PM

I completely agree with this. Just wanted to add that Dart (the language used by flutter) and the design paradigm (fully functional) can be hard at first. Once you tinker with it you can almost create any prototype in no time.

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We chose Postmark as our transactional email service for several reasons:

  • Laser-focus (at the time) on transactional email - their success/speed/reliability with delivering transactional email is amazing. Note, they have now branched out and offer marketing/broadcast email services too.

  • Developer-friendly - Awesome docs and resources. Their Rail gem integrates directly with ActionMailer so nearly all of our code worked without changes.

  • Servers - You can set up "Servers" for different mail streams/workflows to keep things separate and easy to review.

  • Bootstrapped - Wildbit (who makes Postmark) is bootstrapped just like the Friendliest.app and they offer a service credit to other bootstrapped startups.

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CTO, Co-Founder, & Developer at Third Iron, LLC·

Thanks to some assistance from FastRobot, we got a great Terraform + Chef deployment mechanism that replaced our previous reliance on Amazon OpsWorks after they decided to stop maintaining that service. Having the configuration checked into source control is more powerful than having it all in the GUI with AWS OpsWorks, and we can see the changes as regular pull requests just like our application code.

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Senior software engineer at Shortcut·
Needs advice
on
React Native
Ionic
and
Flutter

Greetings!

I have been searching lately for frameworks to build mobile apps.

We are trying to make something like a quiz app as a way for customers to contact us. I considered Ionic and React Native because we use JavaScript most of the time in websites, e.g., Vue.js/Nuxt.js. But Flutter seems a decent choice as well, especially since you can use Android/iOS-like components. We are looking for something that works in the long term, something that's time and cost-effective, especially when paired with backend services like Firebase or a GraphQL server. I would like to know your opinions and recommendations. Thank you!

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Software Engineer at Djinn Digital LTD·
Recommends
Flutter

I think in the long term Flutter would be your best bet, I work with both flutter and react native daily and I am constantly finding reasons why flutter is better then RN, some general things I've found with flutter are the following:

  • User base is growing massively and a lot of companies are switching over to flutter
  • Performance is much better than React, both usage and compile times.
  • Managing framework updates with Flutter is a breeze and not so great with React.
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Full Stack Developer at Infynno Solutions·
Recommends
React Native

I have been exploring the Flutter lately it's good but if I am building something which is really huge then I will definitely use React Native for these reasons

  1. React Native is used by so many big companies so there are libraries for everything you need.
  2. As of now React Native community is bigger and more active than Flutter so if you're stuck anywhere it will be easy to get help or just find a solution from stack overflow.
  3. Since you're already working on JS you wouldn't need to learn anything new and you can focus on building your product.

The question you should be asking yourself Do I want to spend my time learning a new framework and then build the product or should I just building the product with the framework I know.

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Mayank Verma
Mayank Verma
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July 24th 2021 at 2:53PM

Are there any performance comparisons you made between the two ?

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Chose
Vue.js
over
React

First the technical scope did not justify using React, however, the primary decider was made after spending 24 hours with each framework. Vue allowed me to get up and running faster, with more confidence. Had the technical requirements been greater, I would have likely gone with React, partly due to the community size.

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عبدالله ابورابح
عبدالله ابورابح
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July 24th 2021 at 9:51PM

Which is better, angular or vue?

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Michael Huggett
Michael Huggett
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July 29th 2021 at 7:00PM

I have not used angular. Having said that I don't look at frameworks / technology in comparison to each other, but only in analyzing fit with the known requirements. Certainly from an employment standpoint some technologies / frameworks are in greater demand and that might drive ones adoption. Technology without a need is meaningless...

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CEO at Scrayos UG (haftungsbeschränkt)·

Our old ZNC IRC bouncer was succeeded by TheLounge , because it includes a Web-Interface, is actively maintained, has an out-of-the-box Docker image and overall just feels "cleaner" and more up-to-date.

It is responsive, offers modern chat features (like embeddings) and includes a search along with chat logs.

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Director of Technology and Communications at SONO Healthcare·

We use this cleaning our list because sometimes we get hit by Spam-bots and it does a pretty good job of cleaning it up. If you're part of a small team and can't be bothered with doing such mundane work and/or your email marketing billing is based on the number of emails in your list, this is a good option for automatically pruning your list.

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Isaiah Garcia
Isaiah Garcia
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June 28th 2021 at 3:59PM

We use this for*

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While its trivial to setup and use eslint, it can be difficult to convince people (who have never used it before) to actually start using it.

So, we use husky to trigger a pre-commit to trigger a lint-staged check to run eslint and jest checks in order to keep our code clean and robust throughout our projects.

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