Learn how to build front-end applications that can help you ship applications faster with fewer defects. Many software projects fail because they are not planned well, or lack organization. Applying strategies from other industries can help you create better software. This book explores the “mise en place” technique from cooking and reveals how you can apply it to the art of creating software.

In many professional kitchens, the work of preparing a meal is divided and performed in workstations to help create the whole. You’ll review the philosophy behind this and see how to leverage this approach in your code. You’ll also learn to visualize your applications as a series of components and build parts of your application in isolation – just like a professional chef crafting each part of the meal.

The book describes to how to structure your code base for reuse, and how to communicate the code’s intent to other developers. You’ll develop your components in isol …

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