Most sophisticated mobile applications need some sort of authentication to not only secure your application
Front End Developer
My favorite IDE/Editor is Visual Studio Code and I use the Fira Code a monospaced font to make use of ligatures. If you are interested in this, click this link to their repository.
There are some libraries and frameworks I use momentarily very often, for instance Bootstrap 4 and React-Bootstrap to make use of their components and utility classes as well as their grid system.
NPM is a great resource for awesome software and I discover almost daily new cool stuff. Some of my favorite npm packages webpack-dashboard, webpack-merge, release-it, husky and better-npm-run. (Excluding Babel and Webpack as well as their plugins, I kind of take them for granted already)
As we speak I am working on decoupled WordPress themes based on React. Also I do a lot of maintaining, deployment work with Digital Ocean, which includes setting up Droplets, configure them and install SSL certificates and so on.
Besides that I work mostly on the development of new products or new features. I am the maintainer and only developer of more than 10 WordPress websites and I developed several themes for our company.
Since our company develops mostly mobile apps I am responsible for webviews within their applications. Based on that I build scalable medium sized React applications with the support of Redux for state management.
As React Developer I know how to build HOC’s, Render Props and also used already newer features such as Hooks. I try to test my code as often as possible although it is not always doable due to short deadlines.
For CI/CD I use Travis-CI and for version control GIT and Github but also Gitlab sometimes. For most of the stuff I use the command line except for Docker I use Kinetics from time to time.
- Module Pattern
- Factory Pattern
- Constructor Pattern
>>> Check out my Udemy courses.