Legacy code can be awkward to work with. Technology is progressing so fast that things worked with just few years ago are now out of date. The project that my team works on was primarily written in ASP.NET MVC with DevExpress Web Controls and EDMX Database-first approach. We decided to refresh it, clean up the underlying architecture, and migrate it with the view layer to React.
Everybody knows that the business needs and uses data visualization all the time. No matter if it is an Excel sheet or a promotional video; tables, bars and pie charts are used to tell the tale in the data–and most companies are in need of an easy-to-use and powerful tool. What is less obvious, but not less important, is the usage of data visualization in the area of science.
Programmers develop the coding of applications. It’s crucial work but it is nothing without the work of a good Web Designer. This is the person who creates the first image we encounter—the visual layout of the product. In our new series of Web Designer articles we will explain more about their tasks and role in projects, as well as the tools of the trade. We’re starting with mockup design—one of the first steps in our cooperation with a client.