What did you do this week?
I added tests and made some improvements according to the feedback I got on the manual sync feature for SEQ files. I also added some tests for the JS based GUI, and that’s how I was introduced to Jest. Rest of my time was spent on looking into ways to implement the dataset reshaping feature.
What is coming up next?
LiberTEM supports a variety of data formats and each of them have their own quirks. So my next challenge is to find the best approach to reshaping which is flexible enough to support all the formats.
Did you get stuck anywhere?
Yes, while working on the manual sync feature’s offset validation. I couldn’t figure out how to dynamically change the json schema on the server side. Also, the form implementation includes a nested Formik form field component and the error handling felt a bit off as for some reason, validation error messages weren’t showing at all. So either I’m doing it wrong or I’m not supposed to be doing it. But I learned quite a lot about Formik and I’ll be taking a look into it again after my prototype for reshaping is ready.