Expo is fantastic. It helps you develop, build, and deploy iOS, Android, and web apps — from the same code base.
It builds the binaries for both Android and iOS on its servers and provides support for the release channels and the over-the-air (OTA) updates.
The OTA updates work for any published changes to the JS bundle. You add the new feature to the app, run the Expo build, and publish. And that’s it. Users get the update right away on their devices — in the background and without updating the native app. Everything looks great so far!
It’s a common scenario that the development environment requires custom entries in the
Let say your
/etc/hosts consist of multiple services that point to
localhost like so:
Multiple services can run on the same HTTP server, on the same port. In that case, the server maps the hostname to the specific service (virtual host). You cannot connect to the service using just an IP.
Assume the API
api.local is used by the mobile app. …
If you constantly reach for the mouse while writing — please stop.
You can delete a line or select a word easily without taking your hands off the keyboard. There are handy shortcuts for that. Learn them and boost your productivity.
I’m going to show you the combinations that are available in the basic text editors and web, including Medium’s story editor.
The animations display Mac-specific keys.
Windows/Linux users: Please use the
control instead of the
option key (unless mentioned otherwise).
You don’t have to enter the ticket number manually for each commit!
Once the branch name contains that reference, you can set up the git hook to do it for you!
You write code every day, right? Why not write Git commands like a code instead of clicking over to your GUI tool?
OK, you need some time to familiarize yourself, but once it happens, you’ll be more efficient than ever.
I’m going to show you some basic Git commands and their features. This isn’t another Git documentation, though.
git status command shows what the full status is, where the
HEAD is, and what the changes are (staged, not staged, untracked files).
Once you’re familiar with the long output, you might use the
git status --short to see the minified…
It does not matter whether you’re hunting a bug in legacy code or reviewing the code you wrote last year, there are moments that you struggle and waste all of your mental energy on that single hard-to-grasp logical condition 😐.
I’m going to show you some simple techniques that will help you to make the conditions easier to understand and analyze so you won’t have to spend so much time on it anymore 😇.
First of all, I would like to mention (or remind) you of De Morgan’s laws:
the negation of a disjunction is the conjunction of the negations…
I’d love to share my findings on how to create a full-featured, clean and testable hotkey library, without dependencies, in 200 lines of code.
While there are some similar existing projects, it’s still an interesting exercise, if you ask me.
The library should support various key combinations:
h e l l o,
It should have options to:
I’m using ES6 syntax, so…
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