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New frontend for legacy code

From my experience you should NEVER try to recode something existing if it does not have good specifications and test. Trying too create a new app always seems good at first glance (working with new ...
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Would you use a responsive framework in this scenario?

The laid out goals from management are Make sites responsive out of the box. Make sites easy to set up. There's no mention of frameworks either way. It's likely that management doesn't ...
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What should be preferable "architecture" for college website: Responsive vs PWA / Hybrid / Native / Flutter

Sorry if this is a bit blunt but I think you are looking in the wrong direction. With this list of expensive features, if you want to develop them from scratch, and for a single college, you're ...
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What should be preferable "architecture" for college website: Responsive vs PWA / Hybrid / Native / Flutter

Build multiple websites instead of one monolith which do the unrelated things you mentioned, which all authenticate users using "single sign on". You'll have to decide the responsibility for ...
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Separate codebase for responsive website and mobile apps?

In the case of a simple web application, you can completely share the codebases between the website and the mobile application. In this case, you basically just wrap your website code in the mobile ...
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ReactJS - proper way to handle a responsive design approach?

You could use an approach that builds CSS from JavaScript code. That would let you define constants like maxMobileWidth in your JS files, and use them in both the CSS and JS. One example (although ...
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