We have successfully adopted the Gerrit workflow for pre-commit code review in Evojam. We believe that this a foundation of high quality of our solutions. After two years we have worked out a complete approach for the pre-commit review with Gerrit, branching model and application provisioning. Now I have realized the there is no definite cookbook for the newcomers. This led me to the idea that it may be worth to share this approach with the community. This is not totally unique but may save a newcomer a bit of time.
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Google’s Angular and Facebook’s React are now most popular tools for building browser (and not only) applications. Both are great solutions. While Angular2 is still in beta it has been already tested by few Google developer teams – AdWords, GreenTea and Fiber. List of applications built with React is really long and you can find there names like Instagram, Netflix, PayPal and many more.Brutal war is coming.
The abundance of all the tools and resources makes building web applications seemingly effortless. The framework will handle the routing, the library will process the requests and the template engine will take care of any UI you need. This is all very convenient, but it doesn't deal with the greatest risk of all: having your web service destroyed before you start coding.