Bright Inventions

Definition of Done

I have often heard that something is “almost ready”. This term is vague and brings more confusion than information. According to the Ninety-Ninety rule, 90% of the code is implemented during 90% of the project time and the remaining 10% of the code (“almost ready features”) can take even the same amount of time which would lead to massive project delays.

Using WebAssembly with React

WebAssembly (WASM) is a binary format for the executable code in the browsers. In this article, we will create a simple web application using React library, write and compile to WASM a part of our JavaScript code and after that link it to the application.

Don't be a mockup developer

Many times as a mobile developer I have to work on apps without the API ready that was crucial for the feature I was implementing. Either the backend was developed by another team that was not entirely in sync with us or our backend team had no chance to implement those endpoints earlier. For this reason, I was not able to satisfy the Definition of Done but it does not mean that I have implemented the UI only.

How Their Adventure with Programming Began

I have asked 3 devs, Adam, Agnieszka and Radek, who work with me at Bright Inventions about the beginning of their programming career, first challenges and what they like most about their job. Discover their stories and take a look inside our Bright Team.

Bright Inventions Remains a Top Developer in Poland

As a digital business development agency, Bright Inventions specializes in the development of mobile applications. By providing our clients with smart web and backend solutions, along with mobile app construction services, we hope to equip our clients with the resources they need to come out on top in their respective industries.

Would Blockchain lie to you?

Our vision at Bright has always been to share and transfer knowledge to other aspiring minds who are eager to take their skills to the next level and BEST Summer Technology Course was a great way to do it.

Self code review

Once I was a child my parents were convincing me that it was worth double checking both my homework as well as tests before handing them in, to catch errors and fix them. It soon became a habit for me. The habit that once evaluated into a self code review process :)

Android ViewModel injections revisited

In one of my previous posts I have described how to implement a ViewModel factory that was able to provide ViewModels with their dependencies injected, e.g. an API client, and it was good enough for me at that time. Later on, thanks to Piotr, we’ve found out even better and simpler approach with an additional possibility of injecting Activity- or Fragment-dependant data into ViewModels.

Rules of Bright Development

Every year we work at Bright on many mobile and web development projects. It is a challenge to build a good quality software in an agile way and at the same time solve all potential problems and keep your workflow under control, but we do that. In fact, we manage to do that thanks to applying some important rules. Check below what makes our work bright and effective.

How to convert an express app to AWS Lambda?

In this post we will see how to convert an existing express application to AWS Lambda. This can help reduce AWS bill even by an order of magnitude. We will also use cloudform to describe the CloudFormation stack. [RestApi]: new ApiGateway.RestApi({ Name: “Express API” }), [RestApiMainResource]: new ApiGateway.Resource({ [RestApiDeployment]: new ApiGateway.Deployment({