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Unit Testing In React Native Applications

by / September 29, 2020 / Uncategorized

React Native is one of the most widely used frameworks for building mobile applications. This tutorial is targeted at developers who want to get started testing React Native applications that they build. We’ll make use of the Jest testing framework and Enzyme. In this article, we’ll learn the core principles of testing, explore various libraries...

Different Ways To Design Digital Product Pages

by / September 28, 2020 / Uncategorized

I think it’s fair to say that when designing mobile product pages for physical products, you’ll use a similar layout and include the same details, regardless of the website. For instance, this is what product pages for Peloton bikes, Macy’s clothing and Truth Bars look like: There are slight differences in how the information is...

5 Ways Google Analytics Helps Web Developers In UI/UX Design

Google Analytics is one of the most popular marketing analytics platforms out there — and not just because its standard version is free. More than a million organizations worldwide use this platform to gain better insights on user behavior on their websites. However, for most web developers, their involvement with Google Analytics ends with just installing the base code for pageviews. This code usually looks like this, when using the...

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Squirrels, Ghosts, And Moonlight: Tales From October (2020 Wallpapers Edition)

From curious squirrels embracing the autumn season and cats finding a new favorite spot in a Halloween pumpkin to ancient traditions and the history of art — inspiration lies everywhere, as our new collection of wallpapers shows. For this October edition, artists and designers from across the globe once again challenged their creative skills and designed wallpapers to spark your imagination and make the month a bit more colorful as...

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Unit Testing In React Native Applications

React Native is one of the most widely used frameworks for building mobile applications. This tutorial is targeted at developers who want to get started testing React Native applications that they build. We’ll make use of the Jest testing framework and Enzyme. In this article, we’ll learn the core principles of testing, explore various libraries for testing an application, and see how to test units (or components) of a React...

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Different Ways To Design Digital Product Pages

I think it’s fair to say that when designing mobile product pages for physical products, you’ll use a similar layout and include the same details, regardless of the website. For instance, this is what product pages for Peloton bikes, Macy’s clothing and Truth Bars look like: There are slight differences in how the information is positioned, with some product pages showing the product name, average rating and price first while...

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Intuitive Design? No Such Thing!

Let’s start off by taking a quick glance at the definition of the word “intuitive” presented on Dictionary.com: “Using or based on what one feels to be true even without conscious reasoning: instinctive.” At the same time, Cambridge provides us with this definition: “Based on feelings rather than facts or proof:an intuitive approach/judgment.Most people have an intuitive sense of right and wrong.” Based on these dictionary definitions, intuition is associated...

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Unexpected Learnings From Coding Artwork Every Day For Five Years

For more than five years I have been creating one digital artwork a day, using code to generate patterns, shapes, and animations. My daily art project has helped me to explore my artistic style and learn the practice of coding in a playful way. When I started the project it was a challenge to come up with something each day and publish it online. Now it’s simply a part of...

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Simplify Your Stack With A Custom-Made Static Site Generator

With the advent of the Jamstack movement, statically-served sites have become all the rage again. Most developers serving static HTML aren’t authoring native HTML. To have a solid developer experience, we often turn to tools called Static Site Generators (SSG). These tools come with many features that make authoring large-scale static sites pleasant. Whether they provide simple hooks into third-party APIs like Gatsby’s data sources or provide in-depth configuration like...

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A CSS Grid Framework For Shopify Collection Pages

CSS Grid has become an increasingly popular technique for applying a layout to pages amongst other CSS frameworks. Developers can take advantage of this system to reduce complexity and define clear style rules. As explained in my Shopify blog post on getting started with a CSS grid layout, a CSS Grid framework can be easily implemented on Shopify themes to design responsive page layouts based on rows and columns. All...

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Smashing Podcast Episode 25 With Anthony Campolo: What Is RedwoodJS?

We’re talking about RedwoodJS. What exactly does it mean to be a full-stack Jamstack framework? I spoke to community champion Anthony Campolo to find out. Show Notes RedwoodJS Anthony on Twitter Anthony’s article series A First Look at RedwoodJS Weekly Update “An Introduction To Running Lighthouse Programmatically”written by Katy Bowman “Animating React Components With GreenSock”written by Blessing Krofegha “Designing For Attention”written by Victor Yocco “Advanced GraphQL Usage In Gatsby Websites”written...

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How To Build Rapport With Your Web Design Clients

Working as a freelancer in the creative space is rife with obstacles. Some we can see coming, others we can’t. One of the challenges that many freelance web designers face in their first few years is managing client relationships. We’ve all heard about — and experienced — the horrors of clients running amok on our work, turning a piece of thoughtfully-considered design into a playground of questionable ideas that often...

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