For this fifth Le lab session, we wanted to build something that was really missing on a daily basis at TailorDev: a backend for Watson, our wonderful CLI to track our time.
Last month we drafted Franklin, our DNA sequence annotation tool written with React. This month, we decided to learn Redux and we designed advanced features to make Franklin a useful tool for biologists around us.
After a successful first session, we are happy to share the results of our second Le lab session, which happened a week ago at TailorDev. We worked a lot (a bit too much to be honest) on Monod to make it usable in real-life.
Le lab is now open at TailorDev! A week per month, we implement (or enhance) a MVP with a simple goal in mind: experimenting new technologies. Time constraint matters: we have a week only to ship a product. For this very first session, we have built Monod, our Markdown editor with live preview.