As the name implies, unit tests are about testing individual units of code and trying to answer questions like "Is the logic in my function correct?" or "Will I get the right results?".
We’ve entered an era that can be easily named the 'Mobility Era' where almost every company wants a fully responsive website.
Recently, we decided to use clusters environment to go a step further and deploy one of our latest projects in a different way, mainly using Kubernetes orchestration.
Last month, I decided to improve the way our clients monitor progress in their projects. To deal with that issue, our UX team created a design for a beautiful and usable report. A couple of hours after receiving the designs, I implemented them into a service serving single HTML files.
In this article, we’ll create a simple Express.js app, then set up a full-blown CI & CD solution using Codeship and Shipit.js
A solid and maintainable Rails Backend project, that plays an API role, should be based on a good quality code that implements a business logic. Automatic tests and documentation also play an important role. Building an API, covered by tests, makes it easy to expand, detect errors and eliminate future...
In this post, I'm going to explain the builder pattern in Node.js. I'll use the code constructed in my previous posts - see the repo. Because the changes are not compatible with the previous version, they are committed to builder-pattern branch Builder is useful whenever you need to build...
In my previous posts I explained the idea of Service Objects, and how to test them. I also prepared the repository with the working code on GitHub - check it out if you feel like it. The code contains also another fascinating design pattern - adapter for Facebook API. Let's...