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Matthias Noback has a new post on his site with his thoughts about the design of value objects. He makes use of an example he recently saw in the code he was working with: the idea of "quantities" of items. I recently came across two interesting methods that were part of a bigger class that I had to redesign. [...] What happens [in the methods] is: we have an order line, which keeps track how much of a certain product has been "ordered", and then how much of it has been "delivered" so far. It also keeps track of how much is currently still "open". Changes to these "delivered" and "open" quantities happens when we "process" a delivery, or "undo" a delivery. I was reminded of a recent blog post by Nicolo Pignatelli where he quoted a question from another programming website. Adopted to the situation at hand: "Which variable type would you use for representing a quantity? Integer, Float or String" It's a trick question, because all the answers are wrong. Nicolo advises not to use a primitive type value, but to design a value object that can represent a quantity. He then walks through the process for refactoring this quantity handling out into a value object replacing the current float handling. He recommends applying more thought to how the object will be used and how the different types (open, ordered and delivered) relate to each other. He also includes examples of how to replace the add/subtract operations in the original code while still using value objects as immutable constructs.
Testing is indeed an integral part of the mobile app development process and there's no business that would want to commit the blunder of launching their app without testing it first. In this mobile-first world, where millions of apps are at users' disposal, as many as 80-90% of apps are used only once. And going by what Inc. says, technical issues are the number 1 reason that causes users to uninstall apps. Bugs reappear in the finally delivered app despite rigorous manual testing. Much as any development team wants their mobile app development to be flawless at the time of … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Almost every team, from the smallest group to the largest company, is looking for an efficient way to manage projects and tasks in a way that everyone can understand. Finding the right platform to use as a team management tool can be tough, but monday can help. The tool is intuitive while helping you centralize […]
Editor's Note: Some people seem to have a magic touch when it comes to digging up design goodness. Veerle Pieters is one of them. As she explores print and web design, photography, art and type, she uncovers a lot of brilliant gems. And because they are too good not to share, she has compiled a selection of inspirational examples for you in this round-up. The plan is to bring out a new one every month - so let us know in the comments if you like what you see. But for now, please lean back and enjoy! The post Monday Morning Design Inspiration appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Stanford Law and GitHub are partnering on an initiative to protect the legal rights of open-source developers. Section 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act from 1998 prohibits the circumvention of technological measures employed by, or on behalf of, copyright owners to protect access to their works. Open-source developers regularly face takedown claims under Section... Read more » The post Stanford Law and GitHub launch initiative to protect open-source developers appeared first on Developer Tech News.
True royalty plays much less a role in today’s world then say the world of 500 years ago. Back in the days of Kings and
An introduction to building a Discord bot using the Discord.js module. The bot will share random jokes, assign or revoke user roles, and post tweets of a specific account to a Discord channel.
We've put together an amazing collection of double exposure effect Photoshop action sets that will allow you to rapidly speed up your photo editing process. The post The 12 Best Double Exposure Effect Photoshop Action Sets in 2021 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Designing a giveaway or contest on Instagram can be fun, increase engagement, and help boost your presence online. But it's more than just asking people to tag a friend to win a prize. A great giveaway takes planning, a prize that’s worth people's time, and an understanding of the rules to maintain the integrity of […]
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