Many developers, including myself, deal with mental health issues, yet mental health in the developer community is often overlooked, hidden, or swept under the rug.
Too many of us suffer in silence and end up hurting our professional and personal relationships, or even worse, ourselves. What can be done to help de-stigmatize mental health issues? How can we, as a community, band together to help those of us with mental health issues feel more welcome in tech?
Together, we can work to Erase the Stigma associated with mental illness.
Visual regression testing can help cut down on QA time and effort while adding a level of precision to pattern development and stylesheet refactoring. Are you dedicating valuable mental energy towards manually testing for unexpected defects in the parts of the app where you're not actively working? Do you find it hard to believe that this kind of information could be ascertained simply by looking at a picture? Come review case studies geared towards front-end and full-stack developers seeking to incorporate frameworks like PhantomCSS, BackstopJS, or Wraith into their testing toolkit.
You don't have to go fully headless to integrate React into your site. You can use it for a page, a section, a content type, or a page component.
First I'll talk about what React is good for and when it may be a good fit or not.
I'll walk through how we used it on https://nowanthen.com using Drupal 8 and JsonAPI module.
I'll get you started with adding a custom Drupal 8 module to start connecting Drupal and React. And show the ins and outs of the JsonAPI module so you don't get stuck being seen with the core REST module.