Welcome into the React Testing part 2! If you’ve missed out part 1, that’s because it is obnoxiously but simply named:
“Static React Testing”.
In the previous article we talked about the library used, the setup and some basic API offered by the te...
Memcached is an open source caching system, it provides an in-memory key-value store for small chunks of data and is
particularly used to save results from database or API calls.
Memcached has a multithreaded architecture, so you can scale up by a...
Debezium is an open source project. Once deployed and started it will capture change in data within a database
and advertise it through Kafka.
Let’s have a look at what we can do with this new technology!
It uses the change data capture ...
In this article we’ll have a look at the React testing library, some of its packages and the main APIs to use in
your test to simulate any situation in our App.
The testing library that can be identified in your package.json as @testing-library i...
With Apollo Server, you can create an Apollo Federation for your GraphQL APIs.
The pre-requisite for federation would be to have at least two different GraphQL APIs that you want to advertise under
the same url. Or if you want to break down a big...
We have talked briefly about Jest before in this blog before, but only on how to write basic test and set it
up within your project.
Let’s dive a bit further with some interesting cases and advanced features that jest has to offer. If I didn’t ta...
In this article, I wanted to talk about clean code, but I don’t like the nearly religious symbolic meaning attached to
it. There’s not one way to “clean code”, it’s more a collection of experimented rule of patterns that can help you
Redux is a self branded as “A Predictable State Container for JS Apps”, which is fancy but cryptic.
So let’s have an overview of Redux within a React application!
A bit of redux history
To put it all into perspective, because Redux...
Having implemented and experienced the benefits of event sourcing, I wanted to talk about the pitfalls that could make
your event journey a nightmare.
If you are not familiar with event sourcing or event driven architecture, I recommend reading th...
Assuming you have been interested in React and started creating simple apps, you now want to make it
more than a single web page by adding some routing into the mix.
So take your newly React template App and let’s see how we can do some React Rout...