Aimed at the health market. The ask was to design something that when connected to your health records would allow you to see important data, alerts and upcoming appointments.
My name is John Griffiths. I'm a Front-end Developer, mentor and writer based in Toronto, Canada. It’s nice to meet you.
Based in Toronto, this project involved building the Front-end of a Vue.js app with Ruby on Rails as the backend. The web application itself allows clients to find the right lawyer for their needs based on a series of
In this post we're going to discuss Controlled and Uncontrolled components in React.
Last year I had to upgrade Webpack to 4 and Babel to 7, which even though it sounds trivial the upgrade included a lot of breaking changes. In this post I break down the config explaining what each part does.
Journey was a design targeted at providing a safety net for individuals as the travel home for the night. Using GPS you would mark the start of your journey and link it to public transport, then when you're safely on your way you would check-in to say you're safe.
I was introduced to the GROW model on my first cohort with the Mozilla Open Leaders program using it as a method of setting goals and navigating the problems you experience when trying to achieve those goals.
Let's go through the process of setting up JEST with our React application, writing our first test and mocking an api call.