… organs, and it helps control some aspects of the parasympathetic nervous system. She explains that elevated parasympathetic nervous system (PNS) activity is associated with “rest and digest” states — as opposed to the “fight-or-flight” states associated with sympathetic nervous system (SNS) activity. Basically, the PNS helps mellow you out.
“All the reading you do will only have entertainment value if it does not change your behaviour and the way you think. Understanding something brings this change in the way you think and behave, where as merely knowing something makes no difference to your life,” writes Ofpad.
…at blockchain and fin-tech would be big technologies to watch in 2018. That prediction was spot on. One of the major themes of 2017–2018 was the rise of crypto and building the foundations of the internet of value. Remember that phrase. You’re going to hear it a lot, soon.
I say it every year: Focus on the fundamentals. This year you’re getting some extra help. All software development is composition: The act of breaking down complex problems into smaller problems, and composing solutions to those smaller problems to form your application.
The data backs up why PWAs are becoming more popular with app developers: Tinder said that its PWA helped reduce loading times from 11 seconds to four, and shrank its service by 90% compared to the native Android app. AliExpress increased conversions…
In any event, the PWA movement is already gaining real momentum with major players. Look under the hood and you’ll see that Facebook’s redesign, which launched at its F8 conference, is a PWA. And it demonstrates just how powerful the technology can be for improving the user experience.
…echnically work on mobile devices, and they’d likely take up fewer resources than traditional apps. Despite the benefits, only one of the two main players seems particularly interested in opening its doors to them. Google has invested in integrating Android and PWAs for years, allowing users to install them, receive push…