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How much would professional users pay for supported open source? Survey results part 4

Earlier this year, we launched our first professional open source survey. Our goal? To gain deeper perspective about what can be done to make open ...
Keenan Szulik
by Keenan Szulik
on May 15, 2018

Everybody likes a system – Implementing the Vue design system at Tidelift

By John Bintz on May 3, 2018
A design system is much more than a set of HTML elements, CSS styles, and typography. It's a way of thinking about the world and how the world will ...

Finishing the Vuex Duck: An alternative to mutation-types.js

By John Bintz on April 24, 2018
If you’re doing a large React project, you’re probably using Redux for state management. In the past when designing my own large React projects, ...

What professional open source users care about most: survey results part 2

By Keenan Szulik on April 19, 2018
Earlier this year, we launched our first professional open source survey. Our goal? To gain deeper perspective about what can be done to make open ...

Open source is everywhere: survey results part 1

By Keenan Szulik on April 12, 2018
Earlier this year, we launched our first professional open source survey. Our goal? To gain deeper perspective about what can be done to make open ...

What professional teams need when using open source

By Donald Fischer on April 5, 2018
Our mission at Tidelift is to make open source software work better—for everyone.

VueConf 2018 was awesome!

By John Bintz on April 3, 2018

Want to better understand your current dependencies? Here's how.

By Havoc Pennington on February 28, 2018
Today we're launching the Tidelift Subscription, a service that gives professional assurances to commercial users of open source while funding ...

Open source: who's paying the bills?

By Tidelift on January 25, 2018
Open source software isn’t free—someone else paid for it.

Three ways to improve the sustainability of open source projects

By Tidelift on January 9, 2018
Open source software has been astoundingly successful. Today, it is the basis upon which much of our technology is built, technology that keeps us ...

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