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24th
Jun 2018
Sarthak Sehgal
@sarthak-sehgal
Jun 24 2018 07:17
Visualization workflow.jpg
Render visualization workflow.jpg
@all, I've created some workflows for the Visualizations.
I think that the implementation is clear now. I'm setting up a script to change the paths in JS files, just like biojs-utils script.
rowlandm
@rowlandm
Jun 24 2018 10:22
hey that's awesome @sarthak-sehgal - make sure this and Megh's comments make it into the blog post :)
See you in 8 minutes
Dennis Schwartz
@DennisSchwartz
Jun 24 2018 10:51

Just to keep track of this, these are the libraries/services for testing:
http://nightwatchjs.org/
https://www.browserstack.com/

I will chase up browserstack to see if we can get free access for open-source projects.

rowlandm
@rowlandm
Jun 24 2018 10:55
Screenshot 2018-06-24 at 8.40.50 PM.png
Look at that fancy cafe Megh is at!!!!
I'm very jealous!
Dennis Schwartz
@DennisSchwartz
Jun 24 2018 10:55
The game is on!
rowlandm
@rowlandm
Jun 24 2018 10:56
Next week I'll take another screenshot
:)
rowlandm
@rowlandm
Jun 24 2018 11:03
Great work @Megh-Thakkar and @sarthak-sehgal around the visualisations
You are both doing a great job
I think that shows in the fact that our meetings are short and hilarious.
Sarthak Sehgal
@sarthak-sehgal
Jun 24 2018 11:10
@all
Minutes of the meeting:
  1. Have to flag the components which are not showing up in current biojs.io and make sure to check them properly in the new version.
  2. End-to-end testing in frontend will tentatively be done using NightWatch. Browserstack.com, as pointed out by Dennis and Rowland, is another great platform to test cross-browser support.
  3. Visualizations will most probably be complete by the end of next week as the workflow is now clear. Thus, a MVP for BioJS will be ready! Yay!
  4. As pointed out by Dennis, "Optimisation is the root of all evil". Thus, we will be doing further optimizations once tests have been written.
Thanks @rowlandm! :smiley:
Yo Yehudi
@yochannah
Jun 24 2018 11:46
As pointed out by Dennis, "Optimisation is the root of all evil". Thus, we will be doing further optimizations once tests have been written.
:laughing:
rowlandm
@rowlandm
Jun 24 2018 22:10
I think he meant premature optimization.... :)