Testing is one of the things that I will be working on while building new apps to further my skills as a developer. I have read in many blogs that it is perceived writing tests takes too much time. However, it is helpful in verifying our codes function as intended. We also gain time by not having to manually check our codes.
My project was built using a Rails API back-end and React Redux front-end. It allows user to add a post, which includes a title, image, and content. The user can also leave a comment and like a post.
In this project, I had to expand my rails app by adding dynamic features through jQuery and JSON API. As a recap, I created a rails app where each user has a calendar. The user can create event notifications, notify others and place the notification on their calendars. You can view the code for this project here and visit my deployed app.
For my Rails project, I created an app where each user has a calendar. A user can create event notifications such as dinners, appointments, meet ups, etc. The notification consists of an event title, note, date, start time, end time and location. A user has the ability to notify others and place the notification on their calendars. Only the creator can edit and delete the notification that will be updated to everyone the user notified. The person who has been notified is able to only remove the event from their own calendar.