A deep dive into Metro internals and the React Native iOS codebase 🐬
This post is a more detailed explanation of a tweet I did earlier this week:
It involves things that I needed to do to get this experiment to work, mainly:
If you follow Kent C. Dodds or Sunil Pai on Twitter, you may have read tweets every once in a while about babel macros. So did I. But it was only yesterday that I finally understood what the hype is all about. And it is glorious!
So, coming to the problem: I wanted to add some utility to do locale-based number formatting in React Native. Since there is no consistent support for the Internationalization API in React Native, I used a polyfill for it: https://github.com/andyearnshaw/Intl.js. Now, along with the polyfill, I also needed to import all the supporting locale files…
You should read this if…
Let’s Encrypt is a new Certificate Authority which provides free SSL certificates (up to a certain limit per week). It came out of beta around a month back and is supported by a wide array of browsers.
Certbot is the official Let’s Encrypt client, developed by the Electronic Frontier Foundation. It makes automatically fetching and deploying SSL/TLS certificates for your web server a relatively straight forward process.
Lets get started.
Make sure that you have opened up ports 80 (HTTP) and 443 (HTTPS) in your instance Security Group to public. …
#GrowthHacking my Twitter account for @Crowdfire Twitter Premier League
[Update — October 3, 2017] The followers script was changed to match the new Twitter UI changes
Three weekly rounds, three targets, one winner in the end. Simple.
he/him 💖 staff engineer @Transferwise ⚛️ prev: @Skyscanner, @Crowdfire 👨💻