Deciding which state management library to use in a new React project can be quite a challenge. In this post, Jakub presents an overview of the new Recoil library, a library created by the React team that might prove itself to be the best choice for React developers in the near future.
In part one, Krzysztof covered the basic concepts and methods of developing Progressive Web Applications. His latest post will introduce the Service Worker API, allowing our web application to work offline.
Sonalake was delighted to sponsor Girls Code Fest a 3-Saturday virtual STEAM festival. Girls Code Fest teaches girls and young womxn to code, connecting them with female leaders within the coding-related industries and intends to help them to kickstart their professional interests and aspirations!
Constraint programming is a paradigm for programming that can seem unusual the first time you see it, as it's entirely different to imperative programming. This post outlines a solution using constraint programming with Choco Solver, an open-Source java library for constraint programming!
Yesterday marked the official start of our annual Sonalake Sports Challenge! With Spring around the corner, the warm weather is calling us to get outside and get active! The health benefits of regular exercise and physical activity are hard to ignore. Everyone benefits from the activity, regardless of age, gender or physical ability.
National Broadband Ireland (NBI) is designing, building and operating the new high-speed fibre broadband network for rural Ireland. We're delighted to be a part of this transformational project, aiming to end the digital divide! Watch this video for the mind blowing fibre stats associated with building a limitless Ireland.
Code sharing is a technique that enables applications to reuse the same code across desktop, web, and mobile platforms. In this post, Łukasz presents how to share components between React Native and React web applications.
As a founder and ongoing supporter of TechSpace & Camara Ireland, Sonalake is delighted that the #Tech2Students campaign has won the support of the Irish national broadcaster RTE, electricity company ESB and postal company An Post. With a week long TV and radio campaign, we expect to get laptops to thousands more students, helping to bridge the digital-divide for less advantaged sectors of society.