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Three Rules For Structuring (Redux) Applications

In this series we are looking at code organization in the context of a React and Redux application. The takeaways for the “Three Rules” presented here should be applicable to any application, not just React/Redux. Series contents Part 1 - Three Rules for Structuring (Redux) Applications Rule #1: …

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Written by Jack Hsu - - Aggregated on Sunday February 28, 2016


Three Rules For Structuring (Redux) Applications

In this series we are looking at code organization in the context of a React and Redux application. The takeaways for the “Three Rules” presented here should be applicable to any application, not just React/Redux. Series contents Part 1 - Three Rules for Structuring (Redux) Applications Rule #1: …

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Written by Jack Hsu - - Aggregated on Sunday February 28, 2016


Lessons From ConFoo

ConFoo 2016 is over. The past days a huge amount of developers, most of them from Canada but also from the USA, The Netherlands, South Africa, France and quite a few other countries came to Montreal for ConFoo. I know I had a lot of fun, and I surely learned a lot. One of the keynote speakers said on Thursday: …

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Written by Stefan Koopmanschap - - Aggregated on Saturday February 27, 2016


New Year, New Blog, New something?

I am really stoked to show you guys my brand new Blog built with October CMS . For my hosting, I have used Digital Ocean (click the link for $10 free). Digital Ocean is a fantastic hosting company which I just love to use as they give you complete control over your VPS, and they even give you One-click apps to help …

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Written by Michael Brooks - RSS Feed - - Aggregated on Saturday February 27, 2016


On speaker rejection letters

Dear Reader, This is an excerpt from a project I am working on titled “Spin a Good Yarn”. Details available soon. Conference organizers get this question all the time, “Why was my talk not selected?”. The smart ones know not to answer it. Think about it, there is no upside for the organizer in answering […] The post …

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Written by Cal Evans - - Aggregated on Friday February 26, 2016


Commands, events, global functions and testing

The other day I was listening to the FullStackRadio episode 34 which is about dealing with dependencies in Active Record models. This is a very interesting topic and they suggest a few solutions for it. I liked the suggestions and I tried to implement it differently. The result was really nice.

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Written by blog - - Aggregated on Friday February 26, 2016


The hardest part about creating a technical talk

Dear Reader, This is an excerpt from a project I am working on titled “Spin a Good Yarn”. Details available soon. One of the hard things about giving a technical talk is creating a coherent example that while useful, is not too useful. When I am giving technical talks, I have a rule that I […] The post The hardest …

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Written by Cal Evans - - Aggregated on Thursday February 25, 2016


WordPress now supports AMP

WordPress announced today that the wordpress.com service now supports the Accelerated Mobile Pages (“AMP”) initiative. Accelerated Mobile Pages are just like any other HTML page, but with a limited set of allowed technical functionality that is defined and governed by the open source AMP spec. Just like all web …

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Written by Eric L. Barnes - - Aggregated on Wednesday February 24, 2016


Websockets in Your Synchronous Site

I’m always yammering on about writing asynchronous PHP code, and for a reason. I think it’s healthy to get fresh perspectives - to be exposed to new programming paradigms. Asynchronous architecture is common in other programming languages, but it’s only just finding its feet in PHP. The trouble is that this new …

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Written by Sitepoint - - Aggregated on Wednesday February 24, 2016


Airbnb tricks

Hi there! It’s been a while since my last blog post. Sorry for that. Let’s break the silence with a post on travelling with Airbnb. I like visiting cities, both for work (conferences) and pleasure. Hotels are often quite expensive in cities, and the value you get from them is often disappointing. Over the past few …

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Written by Hannes Van De Vreken - - Aggregated on Wednesday February 24, 2016


Documentation First: A Recipe for API Success

I've shipped a handful of greenfield APIs in recent months for different clients, and in each case I've been building the documentation before the API. I hadn't really recognised it as a pattern until someone else commented on it, but I do find this approach has worked well for my projects, so I thought I'd share my …

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Written by Lorna Jane - - Aggregated on Tuesday February 23, 2016