One of my favorite ways to document projects is by adding screenshots of how it looks, to provide a quick overview of what it does and looks like. Sadly these images are quite easy to get out-dated, and I was being forced to manually update them ... In this post, how I automatize this task by using Cypress and GitHub Actions.
End-to-end testing is a technique that is widely performed in the web ecosystem with frameworks like Cypress, Puppeteer, or maybe with your own custom implementation.
Implementing a maintainable icon system for a React and React Native project can be a hard task, especially when it comes to achieving the same workflow to add/remove/use an icon in all the platform (Web, Android, and iOS). In this post, I will share how we implemented a consistent icon system inside our component library at Omio.
Since Dockers’s release in 2013, the use of containers has been on the rise, and it’s now become a part of the stack in most tech companies out there. Sadly, when it comes to front-end development, this concept is rarely touched.
My experience working with this strategy of testing (which does not replace the others) and the integration with my current development tool.