Eric Elliot has a good post on this called, The TypeScript Tax.
TypeScript’s classes don’t get me excited, because I don’t use classes. …
In this guide you will learn how to scaffold a Monorepo to manage multiple Create React Apps that share common components, with a Storybook.
Please use React Workspaces Playground, instead of this guide. React Workspaces Playground is a supported codebase where you can test drive everything in this guide with the latest version of React and Storybook. This guide demonstrates how to achieve similar effects via monkey-patching - a bad practice that is difficult to maintain. Please review my React Workspaces slides for more information.
This guide demonstrates a React Pattern for sharing global state, without requiring any of the following:
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Recently I found myself at an Advanced React Training with Michael Jackson (no… not the King of Pop, the King of React Router 😉). We spent a good deal of the time working through Higher Order components and the new React Context API.
Being so new to The React Way, (yet so familiar with frameworks like Angular), I was surprised that React didn’t ship with any built-in…
These steps outline the process of setting up a development platform on which you can build Hybrid Mobile apps.
A “Hybrid Mobile App” is Website running inside of Native application. The Web View portion of the code (all the screens and the code that happens when you click the buttons), is interpreted at run-time. …
It becomes useful to toggle Word Wrap on and off when using multiple split panes during development. For example: you may want to multi-line edit the content at the start of 10 lines; this is impossible if your content is wrapped. Yet it becomes frustrating to read text copy when it flows over the right edge of the screen, forcing you to scroll around.
While reaching for
Sublime Text > Tools > View > Word Wrap is simple, it can break your flow. …
This guide walks you though creating a Cordova app for Push Notifications on iOS and Android. We will use the Apache Cordova platform and the Amazon SNS service to build and test our Push Notifications.
There is a lot to learn about Push Notifications, but the intention here is to get you up and running with a proof of concept.