Google Chrome - with a market share of 60% the currently most used web browser  - will mark user entry on HTTP-pages as "Not Secure" from version 62 onwards (due October 2017).
"But can't we just use async/await?" In short. Yes. But don't you want to know what is going on behind the scenes?
This was the only question that followed an hour-long, mind-bending talk from Bodil Stokke where she explained and demonstrated the power of ES2016's iterator and generator features.
Virtual DOM based libraries where you work with a declarative UI, using components and not direct DOM access like in the past, and Flux libraries that gave us a predictable state to work with, are arguably the two most important innovations of recent years in frontend app development.
One of the leading thinkers in the space of UX and agile is coming to this year’s edition of the Frontend Conference Zurich. We took the opportunity to ask him a few questions about his latest book and the workshop he will facilitate on the 30 of August in Zurich.
Customer expectations are higher than ever before: In the course of purchase decisions, the experience factor is becoming more important than the price or specific product characteristics.
Over the last few years, companies have invested in a stable, high-performance e-commerce infrastructure to expand their existing channel portfolio. The focus was on logistics, range and technology.