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Building Code Review Speed – Guidelines for Fast & Effective CR

By Guy Y.

Aug 21, 2019

Code Review (CR) is the methodology of changing the codebase while keeping the code healthy.

On one end of this process, we have the developer whose job is to complete a code change while meeting deadlines. On the other side, we have the reviewer whose job is protecting the codebase from degradation.

It’s in the best interest of all that CR will be fast without compromising quality. In this post, I’ll describe some guidelines toward achieving this goal.

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The 10X Developer

By Guy Y.

Mar 14 2019

What is a 10X Developer?

A “10X Developer” is

An individual who is thought to be as productive as 10 others in his or her field.
The 10x developer would produce 10 times the outcomes of other colleagues.
(Techopedia)

But in the field of software development it’s hard to define what 10 times the outcomes means.

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PWA – How to Make Your Application Work Offline

By Amitai B.

Jan 26, 2019

Angular – offline first

PWA (progressive web application) is the future of web applications. It has all the benefits of mobile applications (push notification, offline support, lunch icon, etc.) and the user does not need to go to the store and install it from there, only navigate to the URL.

Angular has great support for PWAs. You get all the related features out of the box.

In this post, I will explain and give an example of offline support.

First, I will explain how the “service worker” – a key element in this process – functions. Then I will build a simple weather application that can be used even in the absence of an internet connection.

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MobX with React Introduction

By Amitai B.

Mar 2, 2018

MobX is a simple state management solution that can be used very easily for ReactJS.

ReactJS contains a JavaScript library for building user interfaces, but it doesn’t have a built-in state management or two-way binding like Angular does (in version 16.3 it has changed with the introduction of a new Context API).

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