- And also we used, a lot, the whiteboard to make the project clear:alsome design guys hereOnce the project structure was defined, we begun the learning curve.
- Seen we are not all knowledgeable in React.js we spend some time between the old code, the reactjs documentation on Facebook, and a lot of try/cacht to make sure that everyone has learned a basic knowledge about the code structure.
- For the project “scrum” and organization we used Github projects, was a awesome way to push our codes and make the changes traceable.And after a very productive day, we generated a good track in our repository, and we could say that we were able to generate two pages with form functionalities, waiting for integration with the database and google maps api.Day 3Firing up the databaseBecause this is just a POC, we didn’t was looking for a full finish app, but something that could use google maps api to autocomplete our fileds and be able to send this informations to firebase would be ok for us.
- But since we weren’t doing pair programming, and this would be another learning curve, I thought it better not to practice this technique, mainly because we were only 3 dudes.Where is the code?Contribuitors!Thank you a lot guys @Igfasouza and @AndresGrams which spent this weekend with me.I think this weekend was a lot productive and a very good challenge.
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