As Accessibility gets more and more important there are some functions that you would find useful in every front end project you work on. One of them is the trap focus function. The function which allows the focus to happen only to the children of a container, in our example to our modal.
Whenever I start a new React project, I always find it helpful to look back at my previous projects to remind me how best to test actions, components and reducers. I’ll try to organise everything in one place — this blog post.
Microsoft has a few certifications for Azure and one of them is the “70-532 Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions” which is mainly targeted for developers. I will try to make a breakdown of the steps I followed that helped me pass the exam.
Have you ever wanted to manage your Webjobs directly from your Node app without having to browse the Azure portal?
You can also define if they would be triggered or continuous and also set the CRON expression for the triggered one.
About a year ago I was assigned a project to create the structure for automated end-to-end testing. This could give us the benefit to test the functionality of some basic pages like registration, login etc and generally give us a piece of mind that we didn’t break anything critical. There were a few things that I should have taken into consideration to complete this project: