Our Engineering team, apprentices, Front-End Developers, and Designers share insights on the development process
You might want to avoid Jest if you don’t need its features, don’t like its conventions, or if Jest is incompatible with your other tools. If you choose not to use Jest, you can use Jasmine directly instead.
There are a lot of resources out there, and a lot of different ways to leverage the Facebook API. Here’s a look at the process to get up and running as a developer.
I value the education I received from college, but I have learned in today’s world, going to college is not a requirement to becoming a good developer.
You never know what you’ve got until… you get a new computer. Since I’ve recently gone through the process, I’d like to share a couple of my favorite applications.
A deeper look at all of the tools in the Network Tab of the Chrome Developer Tools. Some may be common, but others may be unknown and potentially very useful to any developer.
Feel like your user stories are getting stale? Check out the Revelry process to write user stories that sets our team up for success!
Upon first starting to work at Revelry, Gerard told me, “Eventually we’ll have you designing in the browser and you won’t need to mock everything up in Illustrator, Photoshop or Sketch.” To be quite honest, this terrified the living you know what out of me…
In this post we will explore the JSON API format and how it can be used to make interacting with your API consistent and easy.
A little over a year ago, I found myself working as a Product Manager for a small software company in the Healthcare field. Initially…
I’d like to suggest a simple piece of advice to fellow React devs out there. When rendering dynamic arrays of child elements within a React component…
Don’t Forget Your Keys!