This presentation explores the comparison of traditional app development using CRUD with ActiveRecord/ORM, in comparison to event sourcing. It additionally offers directions to learning more about Domain Driven Design, and helps define some of the lexicon used within the DDD world.
This lightning talk covers the differences between run time and compile errors, and highlights some of the available tooling that can help improve your development workflow and productivity.
This presentation highlights the developer friendly ecosystem, and powerful developer workflow that can be applied.
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This presentation provides a high level overview of how to begin testing your web applications with Capybara which provides a Domain Specific Language for writing browser level feature tests for your web application, and RSpec the Ruby test runner.
It discusses testing from the outside in, as well as the benefits of testing, and test driven development. Importantly this presentation also provides detail on common race-conditions and issues associated with feature driven development, and suggests methods to deal with these scenarios.
React.js is a new and upcoming open source technology, maintained by Facebook, for creating complex user interface components - usually within the context of a Single Page Application.
Within this presentation I discuss a high level overview of React.js, describing the concepts of Pure and Composite components, eventually delving into more complex topics such as the flux pattern, build tools and testing.