Real-time data synchronization in a React app

Node.js
React
WebSocket
The WebSocket API makes it possible to open a persistent, low latency, bi-directional and full-duplex connection between a browser and a server. Its event-driven architecture makes it easy to implement a publish-subscribe pattern between a server and its clients. Let's see how we can use them to refresh a React app in realtime across multiple devices.
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My latest node.js open source contribution: a flexible scheduler

Node.js
TypeScript
In the context of my work at SSENSE, I have the privilege to be encouraged to contribute to opensource projects. The latest one is a flexible scheduler to find free time slots in the schedule of a resource.
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Integrating Cucumber.js with TestRail

Node.js
Testing
With the adoption of Agile methodologies, it is important to use the best tools to help us throughout the process. This is the main idea that drove the development of the cucumber-testrail-sync module which will be presented in this post.
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Speeding up Travis CI Docker builds

Node.js
Docker
Continuous Integration
Having the possibility to run an application tests inside Docker containers is great, but it comes at a cost: builds tends to be slow, especially if the application requires multiple Docker containers. Fortunately, since May of 2016, Travis CI provides cache support for open source repositories (it was only available for private repos until then). This post will demonstrate how to use that feature to improve our builds speed.
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