In early 2015, Airtable had just launched publicly and released its iOS app. After a long product sprint in preparation for the launch and release, their engineering team finally had the opportunity to take a step back and try out new frameworks and tools as a foundation for our next phases of work. These are their thoughts on jumping to React.
The front end team at Syncano recently switched to React. Here's why they love it.
In this article Boris (who is quite possibly a cat) will tell you a little trick how to make your test code a bit fancier and easier to maintain known as the PageObject pattern. The PageObject pattern is quite common in Selenium testing world, but it can be also useful when you are writing unit tests on every single UI-Component.
TDD (Test Driven Development) is a practice where you write tests for a feature that doesn't exist yet, and then build the feature to make the tests pass. In a lot of ways it is a clean and organized way to create features. TDD can be tricky on the frontend because there are a lot of nuances involved with creating client side applications. Emil Ong talks about why TDD feels pointless on the frontend, and what to do about it.