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· 4 min read

Mobile first is a design system that has become very popular lately. It is a system where the design of applications is prioritized for mobile devices, and once the design for mobile is available, we proceed to add functionalities for web (or desktop) format, where we have much more room.

Why is it important to use this design system (or even mobile only) when designing our extensions? In this article I'll explain it.

EPSG:3857, EPSG:4326

· 4 min read
Lucas Serral

When working with maps and geographic spaces in software development, it is very common to come across different EPSG coordinate references. EPSG:3857 and EPSG:4326 are are two of the most used ones.

In some cases, it is necessary to switch from one to the other so that the project to be developed is consistent with the rest of the project or compatible with the platform on which we are developing.

EPSG:3857, EPSG:4326

· 10 min read
Guille Gonzalez

I imagine you became an Auravant developer and immediatly started some brilliant project. Then you spent a little while going around to know how to face the extension.

"Where do I have to get the information I want?" and "What do I have to use to interact with the platform?" might be both examples of what you asked yourself.

In this guide I tell you what your starting point can be.

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