Firebase Push Notifications In React

Firebase Push Notifications In ReactFirebase Push Notifications In React Chidi Orji 2020-06-29T13:30:00+00:002020-06-29T17:34:24+00:00 Notifications have become a stable part of the web nowadays. It’s not uncommon to come across sites asking for permission to send notifications to your browser. Most modern web browsers implement the push API and are able to handle push notifications. A quick…

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Inspired Design Decisions With Giovanni Pintori: Publicity Becomes An Art Form

Inspired Design Decisions With Giovanni Pintori: Publicity Becomes An Art FormInspired Design Decisions With Giovanni Pintori: Publicity Becomes An Art Form Andrew Clarke 2020-06-26T14:00:00+00:002020-06-26T17:33:52+00:00 With one or two occasional exceptions, I’ve spent the past twenty-two years designing for countless clients. A few of these projects lasted a year, some several months, but the majority for…

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Django Highlights: Wrangling Static Assets And Media Files (Part 4)

Django Highlights: Wrangling Static Assets And Media Files (Part 4)Django Highlights: Wrangling Static Assets And Media Files (Part 4) Philip Kiely 2020-06-25T12:30:00+00:002020-06-25T17:34:36+00:00 Django websites involve a lot of files. It’s not just source code for the configuration, models, views, and templates, but also static assets: CSS and JavaScript, images, icons. As if that wasn’t enough…

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Practical Guide To Testing React Applications With Jest

Practical Guide To Testing React Applications With JestPractical Guide To Testing React Applications With Jest Adeneye David Abiodun 2020-06-24T12:00:00+00:002020-06-24T17:35:12+00:00 In this article, I’m going to introduce you to a React testing tool named Jest, along with the popular library Enzyme, which is designed to test React components. I’ll introduce you to Jest testing techniques, including:…

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How Web Designers Can Help Restaurants Move Into Digital Experiences

How Web Designers Can Help Restaurants Move Into Digital ExperiencesHow Web Designers Can Help Restaurants Move Into Digital Experiences Suzanne Scacca 2020-06-23T12:00:00+00:002020-06-23T17:35:03+00:00 As much as I’ve always loved the experience of going out to eat and ordering in takeout, it’s very rare that I enjoy visiting a restaurant’s website. But I get it. The restaurant…

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An Introduction To SWR: React Hooks For Remote Data Fetching

An Introduction To SWR: React Hooks For Remote Data FetchingAn Introduction To SWR: React Hooks For Remote Data Fetching Ibrahima Ndaw 2020-06-22T12:00:00+00:002020-06-22T17:34:43+00:00 SWR is a lightweight library created by Vercel (formerly ZEIT) that allows fetching, caching, or refetching data in realtime using React Hooks. It’s built with React Suspense which lets your components “wait” for…

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Is Your User Experience Saving the World?

By Amy Arden Recent months have brought an extraordinary number of simultaneous crises—from the global pandemic of COVID-19 to high unemployment and economic uncertainty to systemic social injustices. Any one of these events alone would be destabilizing. Taken together, they place individuals and societies under unprecedented strain. More than ever, empathy matters. More than ever,…

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UX Design for Compliance-Heavy Applications

By Janet M. Six This month in Ask UXmatters, several UX professionals who belong to our panel of experts discuss creating innovative UX designs for compliance-heavy industries. First, our panelists discuss the impact of regulations on our ability to create innovative designs and how these constraints can actually be helpful. Then, our experts discuss the…

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Remote User Research: The Time Is Now

By Jim Ross For many years, UX research professionals have been able to conduct their user research either remotely or in person. But now the COVID-19 pandemic has made remote user research the only option for the foreseeable future. In-person research requires close contact with participants so isn’t safe in a world that requires social…

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