You are running one of those big design projects. You have been working on it for a month now, doing research, gathering all requirements, and carrying out user needs and business analysis. You have also run a brainstorming and ideation session. What is more, you have consulted your outputs with the development team to verify the proposal feasibility. You have prepared a series of wireframes of your design solutions to present it to the business stakeholders in a compound form. You know the project deadline is tight. You sent the design proposal on Friday afternoon only to receive the feedback a week later that refutes your design proposal based on agreed requirements and expectations. Does it ring a bell?
Synergy Codes to present custom solutions for real-time data visualization and process management at the Advanced Engineering Show 2019.
In many of our frontend projects, at some point we’ve encountered the issue of the app’s performance decreasing. Things like this happen – it’s normal when the complexity of a solution increases. But still, it’s something that we developers need to take care of. In this article I’d like to show you 5 tips to help optimize your app (things I’ve done in my projects). Some of them may seem obvious, some of them are programming basics, but I think that it’s always good to refresh our memory. Each tip is backed by benchmarks that you can run on your own and check performance by yourself.
As an executive, you make important decisions every day. Sometimes it’s instinct or a feeling that pushes you in a certain direction. But the best leaders choose data-driven decision making. When analyzing data, they focus on the fine details in order to identify inefficiencies that cause wasted effort and money. Business process modeling speeds this task up and reduces the risk of wrong decisions. In this article I will explain what BPM is, what elements comprise it and what benefits it delivers.
Nearly a year ago I wrote an article about dependency injection in React. I showed how to inject dependencies into class components from InversifyJS containers. Since then we’ve witnessed the release of one of the most anticipated React features – Hooks. If you’ve never heard about them, you should definitely go to docs on React's website and learn about them. The key thing is that we can now do a lot more with functional components and they are really user-friendly. In this article, I’d like to show you how easy it is to use InversifyJS with Hooks with a very simple example.