Arminas Katilius
By:Arminas Katilius Posted On: Topic:Engineering

Why you should apply clean code processes to test code, too

Most developers put a lot of effort into creating good code structure. Similar clean code rules should also apply to test code, but this category is often overlooked. This article reviews some guidelines that help keep test code structured and organized.

Arminas Katilius
By:Arminas Katilius Posted On: Topic:Engineering

6 React libraries developers should check out

React is a tool that constantly evolves, influencing web development's evolution in the process. Here are six libraries that can help solve everyday tasks and change the way you develop with React.

Tadas Zilinskas
By:Tadas Zilinskas Posted On: Topic:Engineering

Some thoughts on Scrum and Zero Sprint

Four years ago, Devbridge adopted Scrum as a process for driving development. However, we're constantly reevaluating our processes to ensure they produce the best, most efficient products possible. In this post, one of our senior software engineers shares some things he's learned in those four years. These ideas can help build better backlogs and engage development teams. To not just build products, but own them.

Rimantas Benetis
By:Rimantas Benetis Posted On: Topic:Engineering

Native, hybrid or responsive: Which should you choose?

Touchscreen devices have changed how we interact with computers. People are already spending more time on their smartphones than their desktop machines. This shift in behavior has prompted the need for mobile-first design and development. A mobile-first approach is important, but where do you start? In this post, we detail three being methods used today and what approach will work best for you.

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