Atomic Design is a very widespread topic nowadays within the front-end community, but while looking at several projects, I realized that there is still a lot of personal opinion on its implementation, and here I list some points that caught my attention throughout the years.
This article is not a tutorial on how to create your applications but it is intended to share my interpretation on how to best use this amazing methodology. Continue Reading
While we are creating components in our ReactJS/Angular/VueJS projects we end up stumbling upon nice libs. However, sometimes we just need to fix minor things and importing a full lib seems like the only way to do it.
The next command line can be the holy grail – or the most feared one:
In this article you will get to know what is React Suspense, how to use this feature and what to expect from the future of the SPA’s (Single-page application) from my point of view.
In the last JsConf at Iceland, Dan Abramov showed us a new feature called Suspense, where you can manage asynchronous requests and more – if you didn’t watch the presentation, you can do it right now:
How one methodology allowed me to create a great design system from scratch and made me a better developer, with principles of componentization, hierarchies and reuses of code.
When we think about the process of developing an MVP, what we have in mind is to create great value in a short period of time, avoiding complexities and solving problems in the simplest way possible.
Then, on a beautiful sunny summer day, the Project Manager comes up and says:
“We need to create an MVP for a chat system in just one month!”