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.
Simulation tools help engineers designing and improving the electrical systems. Such solutions are able to solve complex problems in less time. However, before simulating some electrical system, you need to model it. That is what we allow the users to do with Schematic Editor – a circuit diagramming application - which we’re developing with our client. Let us show you how it simplifies and optimizes engineers’ workflows in power electronics.
Web Designer work in the project doesn’t end with creating the mockup of the client’s future application. When the cooperation starts, this person is still needed to make the idea from mockup real. Let us show you how web designer actions influence look and feel and bring the value to the project.
Maintaining the high quality of code can be a hard task. When doing a project, everything can happen: time pressure, client’s urgent needs, poor introduction of new developers, lack of code reviews. Generally, every flaw in the development process can leave unwanted code smells in a project. On the other hand, code can be well written in technical terms, while there can still be space to apply some changes which can positively affect a developer’s efficiency.