Without further ado, here are the five most popular posts from the past week. They are listed in descending order of popularity (most popular at top) with a brief excerpt after the title.
Hi! To debug Node.js in Chrome you need:
- Node (v6.3.0+ required)
- Chrome (v55+ required)
Surprised? We need some playground script as well. Let’s build something extremely useful. How many times have you had a great idea for what to cook for dinner, but struggled to decide what to drink with it? This simple script will give you suggestions for the best beer to drink with your meal based on your food input.
Let’s take a look at building something using Firebase and React. We’ll be building something called Fun Food Friends, a web application for planning your next potluck, which hopefully feels like something rather “real world”, in that you can imagine using these technologies in your own production projects.
Today we’ll build an application using VueJS, but we can’t just do a todo app as is custom (that’s already been done anyway). I needed to show you something that was a bit more complicated, so I’ve devised this application that shows a paginated list of items (tutorials in this case, but it can easily be retrofitted with other data types) that can be filtered by a search bar or some radio options.
Through this Node.js & MySQL example project, we will take a look at how you can efficiently handle billions of rows that take up hundreds of gigabytes of storage space. My secondary goal with this article is to help you decide if Node.js + MySQL is a good fit for your needs, and to provide help with implementing such a solution.
There are a couple other articles that didn’t make the top five this week but are quite good/useful and worth reading.
Classes, Complexity, and Functional Programming by Kent C. Dodds
Until next time, cheers!