So, as a real blockchain developer, you want to test your smart contract not only in virtual Ganache (which is in-memory blockchain emulator), but also – with environment which is close to real blockchain. In that case, you going to use tool names Go Ethereum, and, mostly possible, tool called Truffle for writing, testing and deploying your smart contracts.
Nowadays well-known @material-ui is a legacy package, and all it’s components were migrated to new @mui package. Previous is no longer maintainable, and new components appear only in @mui. So, it’s reasonable question for everyone: How to migrate to the new package?
Case: during the development process, teamleader said to move all your developed code to another branch from your current. Handy copy-paste is a bad solution. How to solve that problem?
Moving search service from one to another server in SharePoint – is typical task, that always happens on old and large projects. If you cannot scale old search app server resources, only one way to make it works properly – move service to another, more powerful server. This instruction will help you to do that.
Moq – is useful framework that allows to simulate any functionality provided by object being tested. For example, you need to check is any method called in test scenario, so moq let you to do that. Just mock testable method, run scenario and detect is it being called at the end of test scenario.
Due my current work task i have a case – to call a modal created as a React-component from SharePoint Ribbon. In two words, SharePoint ribbon is a structure that contains buttons and js-functions binded for it. When you push the button, js function binded for it calls… hope you understand :). And i started to google: “how to interract with react module from outer js, how to change react state from outer js, force re-render react component from pure js” and so on…