Whenever you are looking for components to use when building an application on React, feel free to try Material UI. Material UI allows users to import components that are based off of Google's material design and allows for better visual specs for an application. This feature of components has a range of different icons and objects that can be used for creating a user friendly environment inside the application. The good thing about Material UI is that it can be easily installed inside a code editor. Importing and exporting the components is very simple and takes little time.
There are many testing frameworks that IT developers love to use, but because Spectron is new, many have not explored the functions of it. Spectron is compatible with many testing libraries such as Jasmine, Mocha, AVA, and Chai. Spectron can implement self-run tests so the user does not have to always initiate their test for the applications that they are creating on Electron. Electron also makes Electron and Chromium API's available for the user's test.
Everyone is familiar with Google's apps such as Google Slides and Google Docs, but not everyone is aware of the versatility that Google Drive offers. Google drive is a helpful way for individuals and groups to access data on different wireless devices when working on projects. Since Google Drive is a cloud based application, you would no longer need to store data you want other individuals to see on a hard drive. Simply having a G-Mail account allows you to access Google Drive and collaborate more efficiently with members of your party.
Nearly 66% of companies depend on Scrum as the backbone behind how they operate. Why? Scrum has streamlined software development and has proven to be one of the strongest forms of project management across many industries.
Email: whether it's for idle gossip, chain mail, or company communication; everyone uses it. Google is definitely one of the largest providers of the service, and it's really easy to see why.
At Fenway, I've used Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code to create web applications using the MERN stack, but with all of the functionality VS Code provides, it is capable of supporting a wide variety of technology stacks. What exactly is Visual Studio Code?
VS Code is a customizable, lightweight source code editor that feels like an IDE. It is exceptionally quick, meaning search results come back fast and there isn't any lag when switching between files and folders. It also has a fast start-up time compared to the traditional IDE.
Whether you're working in a small team or an enterprise level organization, if you want to increase productivity or just more effectively communicate in your team, Slack is the tool to use to increase connectivity to your co-workers.
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