In fact the ESSENCE of the question is desirable for the owners of these devices. There will be enough for Mac 8GB of RAM for front-end, or to splurge +20K for 16GB version?? Anywhere more or less clear answer to this question can not be found.
Bonzhyur, gentlemen. All my life I sat on the win, but it often hurts my ears heard the praise in the direction of the front of the poppies.
I say just start stepping on rakes Joon-front-end. My wind-toaster is not strongly relevant, and there is a question about buying a new machine for work. As said, had heard, and I want to try mac, its amenities, which are so praised.
prices adrealine. So the choice fell on MBP 13 pro. But they by default all have 8GB of RAM, only 16 to order from off site custom to do it if I do. with US, much cheaper. But even in this situation there price is creeping up to 120K(with 8GB - 98-100k)
Baron_Stiedemann answered on April 4th 20 at 13:53
The fact that the work with the front on the Mac is better is wrong! The same tools available for both Mac OS and Windows. Buying a poppy will not give you any advantage in this regard.
As for memory - in your case 8 GB is probably enough for a couple of years so precisely. As for me the lack of Ram have nothing but people with great experience, where delay in fractions of a second play a big role because it seems that the car behind you doesn't keep up, and probably depends more on speed work. Mac OS itself works fine with any amount of RAM, the maximum discomfort that it can deliver is from time to time to observe the work of swap, but to start noticing will need years, and maybe you are one of those who is not going to strain (don't try, you never know). Probably not going to notice because they do not know better) Everything is relative.
Fabian_Feeney answered on April 4th 20 at 13:55
RAM is never too much. If possible, then take stock.
ricardo.Reichert answered on April 4th 20 at 13:57
I miss getting 8 GB of operatives on a Mac.
It is connected primarily with the fact that we have to start locally-many node servers, to write tests for which a puppeteer and in parallel to run multiple browsers.
At first, when the project was not very large(about a year), I 8 GB is more than enough.
Velda.Durgan answered on April 4th 20 at 13:59
the more the better, BUT if a reasonable approach, the most practical is just to build CI/CD using producen servers, and they carry most of the load, and the laptop used as a terminal/text editor code. Then especially does not matter what the laptop performance, powerful server will still be faster than any laptop to collect, test, analyze, code, etc.
eldred.Dibbert answered on April 4th 20 at 14:01
Take your current device, run the typical tasks and measure the consumption. On the Mac it will not be much different, if we exclude the OS itself.
Likely be enough, but it will be uncomfortable.
Rhea84 answered on April 4th 20 at 14:03
If the monitor is connected, it is enough.
kavon_Armstrong answered on April 4th 20 at 14:05
RAM is always the more the better.
The choice in this question is not obvious: you don't ukazali that on the scales.
Side price k = 100 / 120 = 0.83
From the use – it is not clear what you lose in the option But with 8 GB.
Will I have to work in Photoshop with heavy layouts in high resolution, simultaneously opening the Figma, VSC, three different browsers and two messenger.
What version of OS X will supply, and how it behaves on 8Gb compared to 16.
Consider a purchase option with 8 and upgrade on the spot to 16. Don't know where the config come with 8Gb: still have spare slots or are all busy. Most likely it will be more expensive since 8 "discarded" and replaced by other modules.
And it is an option to take b/not the newest, but the full config beech.
Destany_Labadie answered on April 4th 20 at 14:07
Today 16 GB is not enough...
Laptop with HHD, 64GB operatives + 4 or 8GB video card much better than any Mac book.
Iron on Macs backward for 3-4 years from release. They are expensive. So the choice is quite logical.
And Yes, if I try to take only the 64 GB and in Duo mode (sync) in the BIOS are put.