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  • It’s good to do side projects, but sometimes it’s hard to come up with ideas.
  • SPaaS (Side Project as a Service) is to help you, and it’s free!
  • The projects have been very successful, but our storage cost is still significant.
  • We also set up E2E testing, something that most of the other Aurelia skeletons come pre packaged with, but that can be a bit messy for a CLI created project.
  • Welcome to the seventh episode about writing an Aurelia SPA.

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What’s the JAMstack exactly? Any benefits/drawbacks for clients? A primer on JAMstack implications for both developers & clients.

Zazu is a new open source productivity app, that allows developers to be in the drivers seat. Unlike other solutions, there are no built in integrations, so every plugin has the full scope of what Zazu has to offer.

The JavaScript framework world is constantly changing and evolving. Every few months I heard about a new framework that’s out. Some are good, some are not so good. I decided to do some research and look into the most promising frameworks for 2017. Note, these are my personal favorites. However,

One of the prettiest features of ES6, it could easily win a beauty contest, if such a contest would be held. What many people don’t know is that the arrow function is not simply a form of syntactic sugar that we can use instead of the regular callback.

Inferno is a lightweight, blazingly-fast, and mobile-efficient JavaScript library. Derived from React, Inferno’s architecture & lifecycles will feel familiar, but its computational engines render it a totally different beast. Inferno stands as one of the fastest frameworks available and has been developed from the onset with a focus on performance while maintaining React compatibility.

The KeyValueDiffers service is a differ that tracks changes made to an object over time and also expose an API to react to these changes. ( we are going to see later how we can use this service ) We…

Separation of concerns in the context of CSS and JavaScript

In this article, we’re going to learn how to create a knowledge base wiki in Github and then use Node.js to search through the pages and content of the wiki. The goal is to make it easy for people to find information in the wiki related to whatever their query is.

Learn how to use Stormpath to build a React.js application with user authentication.

This tutorial will show you how we can add Redux to the Create React App starter project. We’ll be using community best practices to structure our application while maintaining simplicity. In the end, the app will be a simple shopping cart that allows us to add items from the shelf.

Let’s start with a common use case. You have some data you get from external source (e.g. by calling API). You want to display it on screen. However, instead of displaying it on the same component, you would like to pass the data to a child component to display.

A simple local file system blob store that is designed to prevent conflicts when used with a distributed or replicated file system.

I just read an article on typical problems with JavaScript statements in JSX , where given the following code snippet author suggests to use JSX version of control flow statements. So instead of dealing with this mess: You will get this: Is that weird?

React in patterns series. If you want to learn more check out the repo.). It gives us the power to create a placeholder that is later filled with content from the outside. / blog of Krasimir Tsonev – front and back-end developer who writes for web technologies

“In order to expand audience awareness and redefine Possible, there have to be places where these new capabilities exist; and lacking a client willing to take the chance that the audience will be equipped to do so, we need to provide the environment so the audience equips itself and creates that demand to use newer standards.

JSX quickly gets a bit messy when nesting conditionals or doing loops. One solution is to break it up into multiple functions or components, but that sometimes just makes it harder to follow; You might want to check out a little project called jsx-control-statements.

Having closed modal’s hang around in the background can be very annoying and cause unexpected selector behaviour. Here are methods to completely remove…

harksys/HawkEye – A useful app for GitHub Notifications

Thursday, January 5th, 2017 at 12:51 pm Today on the Decoded Blog I published the first ever Decoded Chat I recorded, where I grilled Paul Baukaus in detail about . This is an hour long Skype call and different to the newer ones – I was still finding the format :).

When words and letters are printed, they have to wear the clothing of a typeface. Like our fashion industry, typography has its own trends, famous designers, and also fashion faux pas’s.. Just as wearing crocs and lycra to a business meeting is probably a bad idea, writing your resume in Schoolbell or Comic Sans isn’t likely to set the tone you’re hoping for.

Sass has been my go-to for years. But for a while now, I’ve wanted to try a new styling setup with PostCSS and the cssnext plugin. I love the idea of writing future CSS syntax today and using tooling more aligned with other tools I’m used to.

Inferno is designed to be a light-weight and blazing fast React-like Javascript library for building modern interfaces. It was also designed to be React compatible, modular and isomorphic. The community supporting it’s development is tasked with continuously improving performance and exploring new and efficient methods.

Many sites with lots of written content employ specially crafted print style sheets. That way, a user can print out the relevant content without wasting pa

Welcome to the seventh episode about writing an Aurelia SPA. This time we write some unit tests for our custom components. We also set up E2E testing, something that most of the other Aurelia skeletons come pre packaged with, but that can be a bit messy for a CLI created project.

One of the largest cost drivers in running a service like Flickr is storage. We’ve described multiple techniques to get this cost down over the years: use of COS, creating sizes dynamically on GPUs and perceptual compression. These projects have been very successful, but our storage cost is still significant.

I’m an English only speaker, reader, and writer, so when I download an application from iTunes or Google Play, it is going to be in English. There are many people like this, but possibly in a language other than English. When I release my English-only application, how much of the world am I neglecting?

A lot people use PouchDB with a CouchDB server that is behind a proxy, sometimes these proxies do not behave exactly as CouchDB does so we have new fixes to improve that:

Mirror effect as seen around the Web lately, i.e. on Corentin Fardeau’s and Method’s website. The idea is to mirror an image and animate it within the context of a slideshow. View demo Download source Today we’d like to share a little effect with you that you might have already stumbled upon on the Web.

It’s good to do side projects, but sometimes it’s hard to come up with ideas. SPaaS (Side Project as a Service) is here to help you, and it’s free!

react Getting used to React involves changing how you solve certain kinds of problems. It reminds me a little bit of learning to drive on the other side of the road. The first time I experienced this, I was visiting Turks and Caicos. They drive on the left there.

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