My team use React for creating frontend component, so this time I’ll explain about creating dropdown using React by creating the test first using Jest.
Continue reading “Crafting Dropdown with React and Jest”
I just got this thought when trying to write test for a controller yesterday: how exactly did you test a controller?
A controller is a route between model and view. It controls the system behavior given user action. But the validity of the data presented was already tested in the model, and whether the data shows right should be tested in the front end. Continue reading “Test for Control”
SASS is a CSS extension that will make frontend life easier. SASS extends CSS by providing some mechanism that is not available to traditional CSS. Some key features in SASS are nested rules, mixins, variables and imports. Coding stylesheets in SASS way really make life easier for developers.
Continue reading “Coding SASS Way”
Deploying to Heroku is straightforward. Making your continuous integration works is okay. Using your continuous integration to deploy to Heroku is… managable.
In this post, I will narrate about how I make our supreme application to be auto-deployed to heroku whenever we commit something to a branch (develop or master). Continue reading “Heroku, deploy!”
You would think a software development platform used by 200+ organizations would have proper and comprehensive documentation about their API. Unfortunately, Phabricator begs to differ. And that’s the polar opposite of good.
Continue reading “You Can (Not) Request”
In my previous post, I have discussed about some theory of code coverage and stuffs. In this post, I will talk about how to produce code coverage percentage with RSpec and Jest, and how to merge the result by utilizing Codecov script.
Continue reading “Code coverage implemented: RSpec and Jest unite in Codecov!”