Why Migrate From Angular to React in 2019?
Today we are going to add specs (again, we will focus only on the happy paths) for GraphQL queries. But there is one thing about the current implementation of the queries that I don’t like. We have everything defined in one file: `app/graphql/types/query_type.rb`
In the last article we added a few GraphQL mutations to our test application. It is time to create automated tests for each of them. But first things first, we need to set up `RSpec` in order to write better specs.
In this article, I would like to focus on adding GraphQL mutations. We will be working on the test application we created previously in this article. It might be helpful for you to know the structure, models, and types we are using so I encourage you to take a look.
The inlined SVG icons are currently the best way to use icons on the web. If you’re not familiar with that approach or still need convincing, check out this great article on CSS Tricks. But how should we prepare and use the inline SVG icons?
In 2018 Ember was updated 65 times - 1.2 releases per week. There were 66 Ember Meetups held all around the world. But what about my personal growth as a software developer? In this article, I will share with you some tricks that I have discovered and you can make use of in your daily job.
For most developers, the biggest goal in their careers is to be a multi-lingual specialist and to be up to date with every possible tool or framework. After spending months of making their goal, they finally lose their battle due to burnout, because they cannot maintain the work-life balance properly.
This article aims to tell the story of mature Ember.js projects, take you behind the scenes, possibly help you to deal with long-term projects with the team. As a background to the main story, let me use a classic movie from the 70s - ‘Alien’ - directed by Ridley Scott.
GraphQL is an open source query language created by Facebook. It is a powerful tool that you can use for building your API. It is not a silver bullet but it can definitely help you solve some challenges like getting many resources in a single request.
File preview seems to be a common thing, so many developers might think that asking Google would be enough to find a perfect solution for their project, because how such a popular thing like file preview can be so hard to achieve?
Managing servers and infrastructures manually is not a very complicated task, but when you start working with multiple servers, manual configuration is getting more complex and almost unachievable. This is where the notion of Infrastructure as a Code comes in.