My favorite thing about React is how it simplifies the mental model of the developer when coding a UI. They key is the repaint.
Sometimes it might be better to write test descriptions that are less like an English sentence and more like code.
React Router v4 has a new API that’s pretty cool. The method for accessing the route params is different, and it’s very straightforward.
Local auth for an API in koa will take a few pieces working together. Here’s one way to do it.
Be careful when you store a user password locally. You can use bcrypt to make the password hash hard to break. Here’s a partial implementation in Node.
Get a first taste of Elm’s syntax in this kata to implement your own map function. We’ll start with a failing test suite, work through first errors, make the tests pass, explain basic tidbits of syntax along the way.
Elm is usually run in a browser with output in HTML. So how does one run Elm outside the browser, say, in the terminal? Here’s a quick setup.
The React prop of
key is a special attribute that’s used by the library to keep track of nodes within a list. There are a few guidelines that can help in selecting an appropriate