End-to-end testing is a technique that is widely performed in the web ecosystem with frameworks like [Cypress](https://github.com/cypress-io/cypress), [Puppeteer](https://github.com/GoogleChrome/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](https://www.omio.com/).
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.
Without any doubt, there has been a huge adoption for Static Site Generators in these past 2 years, and one of the main reasons was the huge growth of Gatsby and its community.
About one week ago a friend of mine came to me for help, he wanted to create an online calendar for cultural events around the city. The idea was to create an application with a calendar showing all the upcoming events with the possibility that any person can add or edit new events.