I’m Helder Burato Berto, Brazilian Frontend Developer living in Porto, Portugal.
I’ve more than 10 years of experience in software development, I love to share knowledge and ways I used to solve problems. Currently, I’m a Senior Frontend Engineer at Farfetch.
In this post, I’ll show you how to upgrade from Husky - Git hooks v4.x to v5.x.
The motivation to write about that is because I made this upgrade on some of my projects and I think this short post can be helpful to you.
At the moment I’m writing this post the current version of Husky is v5.1.1, I’ll keep this version of the package to avoid configuration problems when we are reading this post....
On this article, I’m going to share my process of studying software development with videos and note-taking.
The reason I want to share these steps with you is that I understand the struggle to define and follow a flow when studying. This method has been working well for me and I hope this helps you too.
What is Stack? It’s a data structure based on the principle LIFO (Last In First Out), which means the last item in will be the first item out of Stack.
The items recently added to Stack are located near the top and the oldest near the bottom of Stack....
It’s an opinionated guide I keep with me to consult every time I catch myself in doubt if I’m writing nice commit messages with context of what I’m delivering.
A good commit should complete the following sentence A properly formed Git commit subject line should always be able to complete the following sentence: If applied, this commit <will your subject line here>
Commit Sample See an example of commit below:...
In this article, I’ll focus on showing how to add, edit and remove items in an array causing mutation and non-mutation ways.
Some things we need to keep in mind when writing code avoiding mutation is to return a new one after the update.
It’s a common approach when working with functional programming and if you want to understand some concepts of functional programming I recommend you read this article I wrote some time ago....