Senior Engineer, Cypress. Web developer from Ireland, now based in Atlanta, Georgia, experienced in front-end development, accessibility, and Vue.js.
Component Testing with Cypress
Cypress recently released its component testing feature, which allows developers to build, test, and debug front-end components individually in the browser. We will see how familiar Cypress features from end-to-end testing help you test components from the user’s perspective, with instant visual feedback as you work. We’ll briefly discuss some do’s and don’ts for testing components and see some of my favorite features in this component-first test-driven workflow.
Developer Advocate for Appflow by Ionic, Chapter Head of Out in Tech Atlanta, Volunteer with Women Who Code Front End and GitHub Star.
Mobile Deployments for Web Developers
It's easier than ever to develop mobile applications using web technologies like Ionic, React Native, or Flutter. But, navigating mobile-specific deployment processes can be complex. There are native build hardware and config requirements, signing certificates, app store approvals, app versions, pushing updates, and more. Learn what makes mobile deployments different from the web and how to set up a strategy for releasing your cross-platform mobile apps.