Recently, I spent some time looking through more than 15 libraries to find a viable option for parsing and generating PSD files. My favorite option: ag-psd.
When building custom software, constraints are a good thing. Discover what they are, or make them up to add some clarity around a project.
IDEs offer plenty of options for sharing configuration settings in a team. Sharing configuration files enforces code consistency and reduces ramp-in.
I've found that the type-driven development pattern works well, and compliments the test-driven development style that many of us at Atomic favor.
After using Grommet as a styling library for a few months, I have collected six recommendations that have improved our experience.
When looking at a rewrite, start by evaluating the risks, and think outside the box to come up with some solutions.