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How To Automate API Testing With Postman

One of my favorite features in Postman is the ability to write automated tests for my APIs. So if you are like me and you use Postman and you are tired of manually testing your APIs, this article will show how to harness the test automation feature provided by Postman. In case you don’t know what Postman is or you are entirely new to Postman, I will recommend you check...

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Better Error Handling In NodeJS With Error Classes

Error handling is one of those parts of software development that don’t quite get the amount of attention it really deserves. However, building robust applications requires dealing with errors properly. You can get by in NodeJS without properly handling errors but due to the asynchronous nature of NodeJS, improper handling or errors can cause you pain soon enough — especially when debugging applications. Before we proceed, I would like to...

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Better Error Handling In NodeJS With Error Classes

Better Error Handling In NodeJS With Error Classes Better Error Handling In NodeJS With Error Classes Kelvin Omereshone 2020-08-10T10:00:00+00:00 2020-08-10T11:03:57+00:00 Error handling is one of those parts of software development that don’t quite get the amount of attention it really deserves. However, building robust applications requires dealing with errors properly. You can get by in NodeJS without properly handling errors but due to the asynchronous nature of NodeJS, improper handling...

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How To Build An Accessible Front-End Application With Chakra UI And Nuxt.js

How To Build An Accessible Front-End Application With Chakra UI And Nuxt.js How To Build An Accessible Front-End Application With Chakra UI And Nuxt.js Kelvin Omereshone 2020-07-20T10:00:00+00:00 2020-07-20T12:34:29+00:00 For many people, the web is an essential part of their daily lives. They use it at work, home, and even on the road. Web accessibility means people with disabilities can use the web equally. So it’s crucial for developers and organizations...

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How To Build An Accessible Front-End Application With Chakra UI And Nuxt.js

For many people, the web is an essential part of their daily lives. They use it at work, home, and even on the road. Web accessibility means people with disabilities can use the web equally. So it’s crucial for developers and organizations building on the web to build inclusivity and accessibility into their applications. In order to make the web more accessible, there are a couple of best practices and...

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Creating Tiny Desktop Apps With Tauri And Vue.js

Creating Tiny Desktop Apps With Tauri And Vue.js Creating Tiny Desktop Apps With Tauri And Vue.js Kelvin Omereshone 2020-07-08T11:00:00+00:00 2020-07-08T11:05:21+00:00 Technology makes our lives better, not just users, but also creators (developers and designers). In this article, I’ll introduce you to Tauri. This article will be useful to you if: you have been building applications on the web with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and you want to use the same...

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Mirage JS Deep Dive: Using Mirage JS And Cypress For UI Testing (Part 4)

Mirage JS Deep Dive: Using Mirage JS And Cypress For UI Testing (Part 4) Mirage JS Deep Dive: Using Mirage JS And Cypress For UI Testing (Part 4) Kelvin Omereshone 2020-06-17T10:30:00+00:00 2020-06-17T14:34:52+00:00 One of my favorite quotes about software testing is from the Flutter documentation. It says: “How can you ensure that your app continues to work as you add more features or change existing functionality? By writing tests.” On...

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Mirage JS Deep Dive: Understanding Timing, Response And Passthrough (Part 3)

Mirage JS Deep Dive: Understanding Timing, Response And Passthrough (Part 3) Mirage JS Deep Dive: Understanding Timing, Response And Passthrough (Part 3) Kelvin Omereshone 2020-06-10T12:30:00+00:00 2020-06-10T14:35:43+00:00 Mirage JS was built to give frontend developers the ability to simulate actual backend API calls. So far, we have seen how we can create records with Mirage, intercept API requests via route handlers and, last but not least, how the shape of the...

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Mirage JS Deep Dive: Understanding Factories, Fixtures And Serializers (Part 2)

Mirage JS Deep Dive: Understanding Factories, Fixtures And Serializers (Part 2) Mirage JS Deep Dive: Understanding Factories, Fixtures And Serializers (Part 2) Kelvin Omereshone 2020-05-29T11:00:00+00:00 2020-05-29T14:03:54+00:00 In the previous article of this series, we understudied Models and Associations as they relate to Mirage. I explained that Models allow us to create dynamic mock data that Mirage would serve to our application when it makes a request to our mock endpoints....

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Understanding Machines: An Open Standard For JavaScript Functions

Understanding Machines: An Open Standard For JavaScript Functions Understanding Machines: An Open Standard For JavaScript Functions Kelvin Omereshone 2020-05-21T10:30:00+00:00 2020-05-21T10:42:31+00:00 As developers, we always seek ways to do our job better, whether by following patterns, using well-written libraries and frameworks, or what have you. In this article, I’ll share with you a JavaScript specification for easily consumable functions. This article is intended for JavaScript developers, and you’ll learn how to...

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