Redux and Apollo are popular implementations of Flux architecture and GraphQL respectively. A common pattern is to make a GraphQL query with data from the Redux state. If the state value changes, Apollo should re-run the query and the new data should be reflected in the UI.
Applications with high performance requirements generally need ways to shed load from overwhelmed services. There are a couple of common ways to approach this, but which one is best for your current project?
“A substance used to accelerate a process” – Merriam-Webster dictionary entry for “Accelerant” Most people working in development teams have experienced a variety of development velocities. Many teams check all the fundamentals for high velocity: Everyone gets along well, the ratio of senior to junior developers is high, people have standing desks with balance boards […]
Keyboard shortcuts improve productivity by reducing the time you spend moving your hand between the keyboard and the mouse. As a JetBrains user for my entire career, I have definitely benefited from these efficiencies over time.