Yesterday I decided to take a look at Deno and how to get startet with it. Deno v1 was released roughly a week ago so I though I give it a try and have a look in how far I can make use of it in the near future. Here is how I port an existing Express application to Deno.
Warhol turns pattern libraries into test suites. It helps you to enforce a unified look and feel for your web project, no matter how large and complicated the project may be. Warhol learns from the examples in a pattern library and supports you in implementing a truly consistent user experience.
In this post I want to show a way to use Higher-Order Components with React Hooks in order to structure complex components. This method can be described as an architectural pattern to give hooks a straight forward way to use them in order to prevent developers from falling for the traps hooks do have.
The state of how developers write code changes with the experience they gain. I tried to describe the phases that I have experienced within the last couple of years and tried to generalize them.