This is the follow-up of my first post React Hooks, my introduction. If you don’t know what hooks are or just want to start from the beginning please check this article first.
As promised, I have now used hooks on a PoC project: pokemon-arena and one in production: the zenika.com website (not open source, sorry, perhaps one day…). I don’t have a lot of feedbacks about the PoC but using hooks on a real project has opened new questions.
This post is the feedback of my experience with hooks regarding some developer perspectives such as: code-reuse, 3rd-party librairies and testing.
How to write an article about React Hooks when so many has already been published? This is the question I asked myself before starting this one. I almost abandoned the idea then finally found a bunch of good reasons to continue:
The Virtual Dom concept introduced by React some time ago has been used to free the user…
Aujourd’hui, si un développeur cherche un nouveau job, sa préférence ira le plus souvent sur les startups ou sinon un éditeur. Il est pratiquement admis par tous qu’aller dans le service est la voie de garage pour les “mauvais”.
Je suis dur et pourtant j’y travaille dans le service, et ce, depuis plus d’une décennie. J’ai vu ce sentiment s’aggraver et beaucoup de mes collègues démissionner pour aller en startup ou chez des éditeurs.
Je connais le marché français et j’ai tendance à penser que c’est un problème franco-français, mais je pense que c’est bien plus vaste que ça. …
For a while now, I’ve been used to switch between Angular 1, Angular 2 and React in different projects. I’ve also been talking to many different people which are fans of one or another framework. I’m able, now, to compare each solution for what they really are.
The purpose of this post is not to make another comparison between these frameworks in order to define which is best. It’s to point out that the most common comparison arguments I heard are wrong.
Most of this post will not differentiate Angular 1 and 2 as the points are valid for both…
I will not try to write the ultimate guide to test an AngularJS app with Jest, this article is only my feedback after trying Jest on my project.
TL;DR It works pretty well :)
First, let me add some context. I was a huge AngularJS fan and slowly drifted to React. That’s probably why I was aware of Jest and wanted to try it. Still, my biggest ongoing project uses AngularJS, it’s the member part of the new data exchange plateforme: Dawex (https://www.dawex.com/)
Also, I’m one of the developers of the Yeoman Fountain generator (fountainjs.io) …