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  1. After months of waiting, Angular 9 is finally here. This is a major release that effect the entire platform. This includes the framework, Angular Material, and the CLI. The most notable change is Ivy, the new default compiler and runtime. Version 9 moves all applications to use the Ivy compiler and runtime by default. Ivy improves bundle size, allows for better debugging, adds improved type checking, faster testing, enables the AOT compiler on by default, and improves CSS class and style binding. With Ivy, both small apps and large apps will see largely improved bundle size savings. Rather than me repeating the official announcement, I will let Maximilian Schwarzmüller from Academind walk you through the changes in this great video.
  2. Viktor is an efficient and creative developer who always strives to get the job done on time. He has high stress tolerance and has no problem working overtime if they are required to get the real-time out. Viktor has always had a great interest in technology from a young age, which through curiosity means that he is constantly updated within the latest technologies. Viktor is a social person who likes to interact with other people, which makes him very flexible for the customer with communication and delivery. He always puts the customer's needs first and has a very effective approach to communicating technical questions / answers. Viktor likes to be challenged by getting into complex e-commerce platforms like SAP Hybris & Intershop. Viktor has good experience about omnichannel and its architecture. He has good knowledge of how architecture works on an E-commerce site and has worked on various types of integrations such as Adyen (PSP), Phonehouse (mobile subscription for Elgiganten), IBM AS400. Viktor always has a smile on his lips and contributes a very good aura to his employees even when the deadline is tough and the stress level is high.
  3. The react framwork Next.js is releasing a new update with some nice new features like built-In CSS Imports and CSS Modules, Catch-All Dynamic Routes, Up to 70% Reduced Largest JavaScript Bundle, and Up to 87% Less JavaScript Loaded after Multiple Navigations. All of these benefits are non-breaking and fully backwards compatible. The new features are: Built-In CSS Support for Global Stylesheets: Applications can now directly import .css files as global stylesheets. Built-In CSS Module Support for Component-Level Styles: Leveraging the .module.css convention, locally scoped CSS can be imported and used anywhere in your application. Improved Code-Splitting Strategy: The Google Chrome team heavily optimized Next.js' code-splitting strategy, resulting in significantly smaller client-side bundles. Furthermore, they've maximized HTTP/2 utilization to improve page load speed without hurting HTTP/1.1 performance. Catch-All Dynamic Routes: Next.js' Dynamic Routes now support catch-all routes, supporting a variety of new use-cases, e.g. CMS-powered websites. Read the full blog post on all of these new changes here: Next.js 9.2 NEXTJS.ORG Next.js 9.2 introduces native support for CSS, aggressive code-splitting, catch-all dynamic routes, and more!
  4. An Experienced Front End Developer with focus on UX, Design and E-commerce. Experienced in working with smaller and bigger projects. Familiar with Agile frameworks, Scrum and Kanban. Good collaborator, good communication skills, expert problem solver with ability to identify issues and delivers high quality and high performance solutions. Curious and eager to learn and expand my knowledge. Seeking for challenges and always tries to reach new heights. Specialties: E-commerce, Hybris, UX, Front End, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, Usability, User Experience, Design, Software Development, UI Development.
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