Category: Development

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Writing Complete Apps in Electron

Electron has been a common go-to framework for developing desktop applications, and in that time there have been many unexpected nuances. Many developers would find these issues, and then abruptly move away from Electron because of it. So we will discuss everything you need to write your apps in Electron, as well as show you …

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Getting Started with Redux: Part 3 – Refactoring

Now that we have a working Redux app now, we should start looking at ways we can optimize our code, as well as take full advantage of redux. In this last part of getting started with redux, we will cover how to take advantage of asynchronous actions, DRYing up our code, and controlling and accessing …

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Getting Started with Redux: Part 2 – Redux App

After the first part of Getting Started with Redux, we should now have a good understanding of what we want to accomplish, as well as an idea of how we want to implement it within our application. So instead of going even deeper into Redux philosophy, why not spend this part focusing on the code? …

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Getting Started with Redux: Part 1

With many articles revolving around FP, they tend to be focused around redux being a part of the app’s foundation. With that, I would love to give any new-comers a great place to get started. In this 3 part guide, we will cover the react/redux concept, practices, and application, used when adding Redux to an …

Development with iRuby using Jupyter

The Jupyter Notebook is a common go-to in the Python world. Did you know you could use Jupyter to test code in other languages as well? Today we’ll cover development with iRuby, a Ruby kernel for the Jupyter iPython system.

Effective Bug Tracking with BugHerd

If you have ever used a bug tracker in your applications before, you probably remember an excruciating experience where you found yourself setting up a hosted tracker, and finding some way to offer it to your users. To make matters worse, you surely found yourself tasked with the dilemma of getting your users to even …

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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 …

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Learning To Code Without Ruining It For Yourself

For over 3 decades, programming has been a part of my life. During that time I went through more than my fair share of highs, lows, and a lack of various resources. In this day in age there is nothing stopping anyone from getting started learning how to program, with a large plethora of options. …

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.

Ruby IDE: Review of RubyMine

When working with JavaScript, I found myself moving from ViM, to Atom, to Brackets, and finally to VSCode. While VSCode is still my go-to for all JavaScript awesomeness, and then starting to use it for Ruby I thought I had an overall winner. While you will find me nose-deep in VSCode working with Ruby alone, …