Accessibility audits can be daunting to get started with. Here are my recipes to deliver accessibility audits for web projects, combining multiple layers of automation with manual testing to get the best of both worlds.
Updating a codebase from one ESLint config to another can be daunting, especially if switching to something more strict. This post proposes a methodology to do those config overhauls step by step, and get the benefits of a new config without putting in all of the effort upfront.
A few years ago, with the release of Pyre from Facebook, I got really excited about the potential of type annotations and type checkers for Python codebases. Having spent a lot of time with Flow, also from Facebook, I was full of hope. Now, let’s see how well static type checking actually works in modern Python.
Have you ever wondered how to test your library against multiple versions of a project like React? Well, there is a way – and it’s not even that complex!
Time for a new release! Draftail v1.3.0 is out, and this is the first release to solely focus on improvements or fixes requested by users of Draftail outside of Wagtail, its first large-scale implementation.