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MobX for those who can’t get over their ex, Redux

MobX can be underwhelming because as it is too easy to get started with. Or it’s simplicity is too overwhelming to get over redux principles for those who understand redux as well. People are generally skeptic about using MobX as… Continue Reading →

MobX and why it is not Redux

Let’s head directly to the point. Principle MobX is based on transparently applying functional reactive programming (TFRP). i.e. This is a non-obtrusive tool for the state management needs. In case, you don’t know what state management is, read further; if… Continue Reading →

The Javascript Ecosystem

It is amazing how Javascript has taken over and proved its worth in every development domain possible, web applications, hybrid mobile applications, IoT e.t.c. The community is bigger than ever and is still growing. Up for change? I’ve seen how… Continue Reading →

ReactJS Component Documentation

The patrons recommend the use of presentation, dumb and stateless components. The number of such components which have nothing to do with the business logic or the state of the application can be overwhelmingly high. One often starts with a… Continue Reading →

The Art of Debug Logging

Almost everybody is well equipped with logging essentials. But, only a few understand the purpose and power of the debug logs. Lets just refresh our basics as far as debug logging is concerned. To me personally, a best practices reminder… Continue Reading →

SonarQube: Using PostJob in Plugins

The last post was all about creating a new plugin for sonar. Now, lets get off the beaten path and create a post job in a plugin instead of a decorator or sensor. But, first it is important to understand… Continue Reading →

Coding Custom SonarQube Plugin

This will be a continuation of the sonar series in code quality section. This article is for users who have been using sonar and wish to extend and explore the possibilities of customization. Go through the previous posts if you… Continue Reading →

Sonar Analysis From Eclipse

Sonar is a great tool for ensuring quality and maintainable code. Sonar is like a code reviewer every developer should have. One shouldn’t wait for a formal code review and peer code review to find fault with one’s own code…. Continue Reading →

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