Hey folks! I've been thinking about contributing to this wonderful community for a while, but couldn't figure out how/where to start. Recently, however, when my team and I were discussing some of the underrated posts on here, I got this idea. So here are some of the most underrated posts on Dev.to from this past week.
arnabroychowdhury explains the requirements and the right way to do end-to-end testing. This post goes into depth, covering not only the parameters involved in end-to-end testing and how it is different from system testing, but also the challenges faced while conducting it. A great read, especially for those of us new to testing.
Sunfire writes a nice little summary of the book “Web Application Security – a Beginner’s Guide” from Bryan Sullivan. She elaborates the key points of the book and what she learnt from book in a clear and concise manner. "For those of you like myself that aren’t quite security-minded by default, this is a great intro to thinking like the bad guys," as she puts it herself.
A thorough guide on how to improve ionic app performance by Boris Joskic.
The most recent version of Ionic, version 4, includes performance improvements, but in my opinion, it’s still having a tough time competing with the performance of native features such as file storage, camera, flashlight and many more.
Brett Clawson puts forward some solid reasons as to why one must be more than a talented developer to lead a team of fellow developers, and what skills are required to play that role efficiently.
The second part in Josh Hadik's "Rapid Reps" series, this post is all about how you can learn quicker and make things rapidly in your daily life. This also illustrates how important it is to have a roadmap for all your tasks.
When you’re building software, the roles of a project manager and software developer are equally important for the successful launch of your project. This post is all about how you as a developer can foster a good working relationship with your manager so both parties can have goals that align with each other.
That's all for this week. These were my personal favorite underrated posts from last week. I hope you liked this post. I'm thinking of making this a series, so show some love and let me know what you think. ❤️
And also, tell me about your favorite posts that went underrated in the comments below!
Many times as a mobile developer I have to work on apps without the API ready that was crucial for the feature I was implementing. Either the backend was developed by another team that was not entirely in sync with us or our backend team had no chance to implement those endpoints earlier. For this reason, I was not able to satisfy the Definition of Done but it does not mean that I have implemented the UI only.