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My name is Artem and I'm an award-winning software engineer, open-source author and maintainer. Previously M.D.
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2022
Apr 06, 2022
Apr 06, 2022
I've recorded a tutorial around the best practices to structure your request handlers with Mock Service Worker:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrbARE6j6OY

Slowly but surely, I'm grasping the art of writing and recording educational content. I'd like to produce more useful resources for the community! 

Let me know if you found this video useful in the comments.
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Mar 24, 2022
Mar 24, 2022
I'm so happy to have finally announced CodeSandbox Projects!

It's a versatile online development environment that allows you to develop, collaborate, and ship software from anywhere: the online editor in the browser, your Visual Studio Code workspace, or while working on the road from your iPad. 

The best online editing experience I've seen so far.
You don't want to miss this.
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Full-stack TypeScript Engineer, CodeSandbox
Mar 24, 2022
Mar 24, 2022
I'm excited to continue with the WebSocket support in Mock Service Worker.

This has been easily the #1 requested feature for some time now. If we're able to pull this one off, Mock Service Worker will become the first API mocking library in the whole JavaScript ecosystem that supports all major API types: REST API, GraphQL API, WebSocket API.

With the initial prototype of WebSocket interception kicked off some year ago, I'm returning to properly structure the thing and get it tested. So far, have finished with the in-browser interceptor and some testing infrastructure around it. Looking forward to covering the feature with tests, and then switching to research the possibilities of WebSocket interception in Node.js. 

Exciting times ahead. 
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Feb 25, 2022
Feb 25, 2022
Excited to publish this improvement to the Node.js request interception in Mock Service Worker!

Take a read of how API is usually mocked in Node.js and what unique MSW brings to the table.

https://dev.to/kettanaito/mock-service-worker-adopts-a-brand-new-request-interception-algorithm-for-nodejs-3hj9
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Feb 03, 2022
Feb 03, 2022
I'm thrilled to roll out an updated look for MSW!

We've got so much positive feedback on the design change, it's truly phenomenal. People tend to like the work I do with designing logos. I do share their admiration for simplistic shapes and bold colors. Partially, because I think it's much harder to convey an idea if you put yourself in rough, limiting requirements composition-wise. But mainly it's about me unable to draw anything substantially complex. So instead, I utilize simple shapes that anybody can draw, and turn them into the embodiment of my ideas.
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Jan 05, 2022
Jan 05, 2022
I'm excited to announce that Mock Service Worker has joined the GitHub Sponsors program!

github.com/sponsors/mswjs

This is a big step for the organization to get on its feet and ensure financial sustainability. We are thankful for all present and future contributions that will help us work on the future of the project.
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