Category: React

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The Redux App – Getting Started with Redux: Part 2

Now that we have an understanding of what benefits we get from redux, we want to see how Redux works. So we are going to go ahead and make a redux app. We will also look at each object’s role, and how they work in redux. In the process we also look at the different …

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Getting Started with Redux: Part 1

Many articles tend to be focused around redux being a part of the app’s foundation. For anyone getting started with redux, I would love to give new-comers a great place to start. In this 3 part guide, we cover the react/redux concept, practices, and application. Will will also add Redux to an existing React app, …

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Using ssh2 in React and Redux Application

When you need SSH connectivity within your JavaScript app, ssh2 is the best choice available. If you are using SSH2 with React and Redux, how can you make sure you always get a success, or a failure? Looking at the documentation, it is not that obvious. So let’s take a look at how to use …

Foundation 6 with Webpack using Sass

Using Foundation 6 with Webpack is not a simple task, and when you introducing sass makes it worse. Most issues come from how Foundation deals with includes, but there are workarounds.

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Using Redux Sagas with Optimal Design Patterns

The one thing that was always an issue for me when it came to Redux, were Thunks. Sure, Thunks are great, and they have their place, but did you know you could replace them with something much more functional? Even though everywhere you look you see thunks, if you look around, even at Dan Abramov’s …


The Atom Editor IDE and Package Addons

Since I started programming again, I’ve have grown very close to the Atom editor, and for very good reason. Not only is it light-weight, compact, it has the ability to be customized completely! As for functionality, there are many editor options, a lot being similar to Sublime, but even more specific to Atom. Of course …