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Primotly's IT Glossary: All the Tech Terms You Should Know

14/09/2022

Bernhard Huber

Founder

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Business | 14/09/2022

Primotly's IT Glossary: All the Tech Terms You Should Know

Bernhard Huber

The IT world consists of dozens of acronyms, specialized terms, and slang expressions used by developers and teams working on digital products. That's why we've prepared a comprehensive glossary that will make developers, team members, young IT job seekers, and, most of all, customers to better understand each other.

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Development | 06/09/2022

PHP Composer: Everything You Need To Know

Marek Krokwa

One of the perks of being lazy is that you’ll find the easiest way of getting things done. You might be wondering, isn’t that a bad thing? Well, it’s not, especially if you’re a programmer. In fact, one of the things that drive programming is the desire to make things easier and more efficient. That is why a good programmer looks at a cumbersome process and finds a way to make it easier for himself rather than using the normal method.

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Development | 26/07/2022

Who is a Back-end Developer? [Meet the Primotly Team #1]

Jakub Wachol

What does a back-end developer do? How to start such a career, and what technologies are worth learning to do this job effectively? Here is a new series of articles about working in IT, which we start with an interview with Jakub Wachol, a back-end developer who has been in our team from the very beginning.

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Business | 29/06/2022

Beginners Guide to Integrate Extended Software Engineers with Your Product Team

Marek Krokwa

If you are reading this article, you are probably wondering about the benefits of working with an extended software engineer. Or maybe developers from outside your organization will soon join your product team and you want to be well prepared for it? You've come to the right place!

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Development | 06/10/2022

Symfony: Custom Reusable FormType for Adding and Removing CollectionType Items

Łukasz Traczyk

This article describes how to write a reusable FormType, that allows you to add and remove rows in your CollectionType form fields. The instruction is based on Symfony 5 and PHP 7.4, using Symfony forms and Twig.

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Close-up of a graphic illustration representing the PHP package manager, Composer, shown as a conductor cartoon character against a light blue background with hexagonal and circular shapes, symbolizing the structured and modular nature of coding.

Development | 06/09/2022

PHP Composer: Everything You Need To Know

Marek Krokwa

One of the perks of being lazy is that you’ll find the easiest way of getting things done. You might be wondering, isn’t that a bad thing? Well, it’s not, especially if you’re a programmer. In fact, one of the things that drive programming is the desire to make things easier and more efficient. That is why a good programmer looks at a cumbersome process and finds a way to make it easier for himself rather than using the normal method.

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A minimalistic graphic design with a single pale blue oval shape above a wavy, undulating line, set against a white background with faint grey geometric patterns. This clean and modern image serves as a serene backdrop for content related to back-end interviews or technology discussions.

Development | 26/07/2022

Who is a Back-end Developer? [Meet the Primotly Team #1]

Jakub Wachol

What does a back-end developer do? How to start such a career, and what technologies are worth learning to do this job effectively? Here is a new series of articles about working in IT, which we start with an interview with Jakub Wachol, a back-end developer who has been in our team from the very beginning.

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Business | 29/06/2022

Beginners Guide to Integrate Extended Software Engineers with Your Product Team

Marek Krokwa

If you are reading this article, you are probably wondering about the benefits of working with an extended software engineer. Or maybe developers from outside your organization will soon join your product team and you want to be well prepared for it? You've come to the right place!

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Innovations | 07/04/2023

Transforming Ideas into Reality: Our Approach to Building Products [PART 2]

Diana Kolopenyuk

Today, we will dive into the remaining three steps of our process: Essential Design, Further Design Development, and Implementation. You will learn how we create designs in accordance with the client's vision, develop all the designs for the project, and ultimately make the project come alive. If you haven't read the first part of the article yet, we recommend taking a moment to familiarize yourself with our initial workshop and workshop stages.

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Innovations | 05/04/2023

How to Write the Best ChatGPT Prompts: Tips, Tricks, Examples

Barbara Wojtczak

As ChatGPT continues to grow in popularity, more and more people are turning to this AI-powered tool to help them with a variety of tasks, from writing essays to generating content ideas. However, one of the most important aspects of using ChatGPT is crafting effective prompts.

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Innovations | 10/03/2023

ChatGPT: Separating hype from reality and looking ahead

Diana Kolopenyuk

ChatGPT has taken the world by storm. If you haven't heard of the AI language model developed by OpenAI, then it's safe to say you've been living under a rock. With its ability to generate human-like text and hold natural conversations with users, ChatGPT has been hailed as a breakthrough. You can ask it almost anything, and it will respond within seconds as if you were talking to a human whose brain has been connected to a Google search engine. Sound intriguing? If so, it's time to delve deeper into ChatGPT and discover its potential for revolutionizing various areas of technology. Let's explore some ideas for developing this innovative tool and its potential applications in various areas of our daily lives.

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Innovations | 13/02/2023

Will No-code Doom Software Developers?

Diana Kolopenyuk

No-code gets more and more attention as an ideal solution for every business need. This promising trend refers to the tools that allow users to create apps, websites and software without any programming skills. But is that really the case? Can no-code fully replace custom software solutions? In this article, you will learn about the various challenges and obstacles you may encounter when using this type of technology.

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Innovations | 06/12/2022

Using Artificial Intelligence to Improve Warehouse Performance [Case Study]

Albert Jurkowski

Working in warehouses can be very demanding. High physical exertion, 3-shift work, and the risk of injury are just some of the drawbacks that employees complain about. One of our clients approached us with an idea to streamline warehouse processes and ease the burden on their team. Engaging a robot and artificial intelligence to do the work turned out to be exactly what they needed.

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Here, we share our insights and experiences on various topics related to software development, technology news & articles relating to our company.

Our blog is not only about software as it also covers everything from general discussions about software development to more specific topics like API platforms, React, and Symfony. We believe that sharing knowledge is essential for the growth of the software development community, and our goal is to provide useful and informative content that can help developers of all levels.