Dealing with Memory Leaks in ReactiveX

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We build most of our web apps using Angular, to enhance the user experience and to treat data in a most effective way, and for this, we are using ReactiveX, an API for asynchronous programming with observable streams.

One annoying thing about ReactiveX (also called RxJS, in its Javascript form) are its memory leaks because of Observables and Subscriptions. Here's what we do to deal with them.

How We Created Our Own Frontend Framework: MarsMan (and Why)

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2016 was a really challenging year for MarsBased. Throughout the entire year, we worked on about 16 different projects, and even though I joined as a full-time employee in June, I've been involved in most of them in the design, UX and frontend development phases.

Switching projects isn't always easy, especially when dealing with different clients who have different tech stacks and different libraries in every project, or even very diverse visual guidelines.

Luckily enough, we came up with the idea to standardise the visual elements we're using throughout all our projects and grouped them in a library of our own: MarsMan.

How to Build CSS Grids: Floats vs Inline Blocks

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At MarsBased we're very keen on sharing everything we learn. That's why we recently published our HTML & CSS Guidelines, and our blogging tips or the lessons learnt in our first year running the company, among other stuff. In this entry, you will learn how to build CSS grids by comparing the two most popular approaches.

The MarsBased CSS & HTML Guidelines

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Since we started MarsBased, we've completed a good share of projects. From all of them we've learnt something useful. But all this knowledge should be stored somewhere for further use, for instance, to train new developers.

Pretty much like we did with the release of the MarsBased blogging guide (part 1, part 2), we want to share what we have learnt about HTML5 & CSS3 with you all.

Things should not only work well. They can also look good.

Frontend developers, this one is for you.

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