Our June 2020 release is a hotfix to address the inability to filter sneakers based on date. In this new release consumers of our API can filter sneakers by release date and release year. Our initial implementation of date filtering
Our May 2020 release includes changes that increase the frequency of data updates and improves the relevancy of search results when searching for sneakers by name. Since the initial release of our API, we have made the following updates: Daily
When working on a project with multiple developers, code reviews are critical to the success of the project. Code reviews provide an opportunity to share knowledge and ensure code adheres to the standards agreed upon by the team. If not
As a follow up to our original sneaker database article, we are excited to announce the release of our Sneaker Database API. Over the past few months, our developers have been working diligently to create an API that is reliable and
At CascadiaJS 2019, I had the honor and privilege of presenting my first lightning talk. This post is a recap of the content shared during my presentation entitled “What They See Is What They’ll Be.” The goal of my talk
Until recently, our developers had to share a single instance of our development environment. When we only had a couple of developers on the team this wasn’t an issue. Now that our team is larger we are running into issues where
Last year we released our Madden NFL 19 Connected Franchise Mode (CFM) GroupMe chatbot. This year we are excited to release a new version for Madden NFL 20. Madden Season is around the corner and we want to take time to discuss
At TG4 Solutions, we have a strong passion for sneakers and are always looking for ways to innovate within the sneaker industry. During our initial analysis of the industry, we could not find an easily accessible sneaker database for developers.
Previously in my “React-Redux for Newbies” series I discussed the value of using Redux in a React app and provided a high level overview of reducers. In this article I will cover Redux actions and the role they play in
In the first part of my “React-Redux for Newbies” series we discussed why Redux is used. In short, Redux simplifies state management in React applications. For this installment, we will dive into the inner workings of Redux and discuss reducers.