NewRelic is a monitoring vendor that has good support for Node.js apps. When your Node app goes down, you’ll want to tell NewRelic about it. It’s surprisingly easy.
Here’s a quick conference review and some highlight bullets from some of my favorite parts. It was my first time going to Strange Loop. It was also host to the first Elm Conf ever. I was excited to go to both. I was looking for new, eclectic content to consider. I was not disappointed.
As with any software, here you can expect the unexpected. Node apps experience errors as well. Let’s say that an error crops in our Node API – what should we do about it?
GraphQL provides a query language to define the shape of data you’d like returned from an HTTP API on a server and a library to help make it happen. It’s easy to return a single item or multiple items.
Getting riot.js setup for development isn’t too bad. But the combo of language features, testing tools, and riot templates made setting up the test environment a bit trickier than I expected. Here are some of the details.
You build a product. Someone else builds a shared lib. You want to use the shared lib in your app for its apparent utility. There come new features that the product team wants to adjust and add to your product. The shared lib provides utility that is related to these new features but does not provide these new features per se.
react-dnd is a fantastic library for implementing drag and drop features in a React application. In browsers, you have the ability to specify a drag preview for the thing your dragging. Images are easy. Text takes more work – because you need to generate an image.
You work every day. It’s a part of life. It’s a good part of life, and you have the power to make it better. Ever since you were young child, you knew what the magic ingredient was: fun!
Npm has a fantastic init tool for creating the descriptor for your project. It will gladly provide defaults for you. These are sometimes helpful. Wouldn’t it be more better to define your own defaults?