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Boost Your Productivity: Best Software For Dev Teams

Jamie Swift on September 22, 2022

We are slowly approaching the end (!) of 2022. How would I sum it up? For me and my team, the last months were a continuation of the constant learn...
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Here is my own Chrome extension for generating tests for react/solid/preact: github.com/chris-czopp/solid-test-... Initially, I used it for generating Jest tests for React apps. It made writing (actually generating) a lot of fun and I could stop worrying about what selector to use and where to get backend payloads from for mocks. Recently I just decided to share it with others.

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Jamie Swift

Thanks for sharing! Looks interesting, will have a look! πŸ™Œ

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Olesia_Fair • Edited on

This is a great list. I would like to add Text Blaze and Asana, as they are both really helpful as well. I use Text Blaze a lot for typing and automation and Asana for task/as project management planner . Thanks for the list!

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Jamie Swift

Thanks!

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Juan Vega

Nice selection, retool is really nice for pet projects if you are a backend engineer.

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Jamie Swift

Agreed, it eliminates a lot of boring stuff from backend engineer's work!

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Brian Bates

Nice selection, 2 of the tools are new to me, will check them out!

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Rishi U

Ill add honeybadger.io/ to the list and logrocket.com

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Jamie Swift

Cool, I am not familiar with those, will check them out

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praise-cloud

Thanks for the post it really helped

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Jamie Swift

Thanks, glad to hear!

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David

Great post Jamie, although I refuse to believe that like 2022 is almost finishedπŸ˜… Nevertheless the list looks interesting πŸ‘Œ

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Jamie Swift

I know, right?! πŸ˜‚

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Liviu Lupei

Why do you mention GitLive in all your posts?
If you're a Contributor to that project, let us know.
Transparency is appreciated here (I would know).

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Jamie Swift

Hey, no I'm not a contributor to the project, I keep writing about them because I really like the plugin. But for full transparency: they did sent me a t-shirt after I mentioned them in one of my posts!

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Liviu Lupei • Edited on

For full transparency, aren't you actually Nicholas? (the founder)
Because the Twitter profile you signed up with on DEV Community is relatively new and it just retweets about GitLive.

Just making an assumption.

Anyway, I like your articles. Keep it up!

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Reynadan

Good call, every single one of his post (on medium and hackernoon too) is mentioning GitLive !