Working remotely has been lauded as a great opportunity–and in some cases, considered better than working in an office. I submit that this isn’t always the case, depending on the work being done and the people involved.
Typically, when working in React, it’s best to split UI elements into separate, reusable parts. This allows for more modular code and finer control over each element. However, this goes against the way D3 operates, which is to subsequently call dot operators, building up elements and groups of elements. So how can we utilize D3 […]