Jason Cheatham | May 17, 2022
The Recipe for Disaster Success: Part 2 The first half of this 2-part series highlighted why ongoing maintenance is vital for the health of large-scale enterprise systems, especially heading into a substantial upgrade or replacement project as the system reaches end-of-life.
Introduction Enterprise software delivery for large-scale projects is complex. It requires substantial time and financial resources to complete, whereas a single system can cost millions of dollars and take years to deliver.
We’ve talked before about some of the great features Deno brings to the table: first-class TypeScript support, a solid standard library, support for Web standards, and implicit security. All of this makes Deno great for writing scripts and servers, but it also works well for writing client-side applications.
Software engineering is one of the most challenging endeavors we can engage in today. Successful software projects must address the vast scope of today’s applications while paying meticulous attention to the small details that can make the difference between a fast, efficient system and a slow, cumbersome burden.
Expo, a framework that significantly improves the React Native developer experience, has become very popular in the last couple of years. Its “managed” workflow lets developers work entirely in React; the underlying native app, including the often messy process of updating React Native, is completely taken care of by the framework.
This cheat sheet is an adjunct to our Definitive TypeScript Guide. Originally published November 2018. Updated October 2021 for TypeScript 4.4.
React Native is great for writing mobile applications. It lets you use web paradigms for UI construction, which are usually much simpler than the native analogues. Tools like Expo make developing apps even easier, allowing developers to mostly ignore the native side of things.
Introduction Web Vitals scores can have a huge influence on your search engine rankings and directly impact your user’s experience when visiting your website.