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Write Code to Rewrite Your Code: jscodeshift

Codemods with jscodeshiftHow many times have you used the find-and-replace functionality across a directory to make changes to JavaScript source files? If you’re good, you’ve gotten fancy and used regular expressions with capturing groups, because it’s worth the effort if your code base is sizable. Regex has limits, though. For non-trivial changes you need a developer who understands the code in context and is also willing to take on the long, tedious, and error-prone process.This is where…See More
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Write Code to Rewrite Your Code: jscodeshift

Codemods with jscodeshiftHow many times have you used the find-and-replace functionality across a directory to make changes to JavaScript source files? If you’re good, you’ve gotten fancy and used regular expressions with capturing groups, because it’s worth the effort if your code base is sizable. Regex has limits, though. For non-trivial changes you need a developer who understands the code in context and is also willing to take on the long, tedious, and error-prone process.This is where…See More
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Jumpstart Your PHP Testing with Codeception

Before moving on to Codeception and PHP, we should cover the basics and start by explaining why we need testing in applications in the first place. Perhaps we could complete a project without wasting time on tests, at least this time?Sure, you don’t need tests for everything; for example, when you want to build yet another homepage. You probably don’t need tests when your project contains static pages linked by one…See More
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Jumpstart Your PHP Testing with Codeception

Before moving on to Codeception and PHP, we should cover the basics and start by explaining why we need testing in applications in the first place. Perhaps we could complete a project without wasting time on tests, at least this time?Sure, you don’t need tests for everything; for example, when you want to build yet another homepage. You probably don’t need tests when your project contains static pages linked by one…See More
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Irina Papuc's Blog

Guide To Budget Friendly Data Mining

Posted on July 21, 2016 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

Unlike traditional application programming, where API functions are changing every day, database programming basically remains the same. The first version of Microsoft Visual Studio .NET was released in February 2002, with a new version released about every two years, not including Service Pack releases. This rapid pace of change forces IT personnel to evaluate their corporation’s applications every couple years, leaving the functionality of their application intact but with a completely…

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Gulp: A Web Developer's Secret Weapon for Maximizing Site Speed

Posted on July 20, 2016 at 9:00pm 0 Comments

Many of us have to handle web based projects that are used in production, which provide various services to the public. When dealing with such projects, it is important to be able to build and deploy our code quickly. Doing something quickly often leads to errors, especially if a process is repetitive, therefore it’s a good practice to automate such a process as much as possible.

Gulp: A Web Developer's Secret Weapon for Maximizing Site Speed

My fellow developers: There is no excuse for…
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Write Code to Rewrite Your Code: jscodeshift

Posted on June 20, 2016 at 7:00am 0 Comments

Codemods with jscodeshift

How many times have you used the find-and-replace functionality across a directory to make changes to JavaScript source files? If you’re good, you’ve gotten fancy and used regular expressions with capturing groups, because it’s worth the effort if your code base is sizable. Regex has limits, though. For non-trivial changes you need a developer who understands the code in context and is also willing to take on the long,…

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Jumpstart Your PHP Testing with Codeception

Posted on June 2, 2016 at 10:27pm 0 Comments

Before moving on to Codeception and PHP, we should cover the basics and start by explaining why we need testing in applications in the first place. Perhaps we could complete a project without wasting time on tests, at least this time?

Sure, you don’t need tests for everything; for example, when you want to build yet another homepage. You probably don’t need tests when your project contains static pages…

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