As my Elm codebase grows, I start to see more and more places where it would be great to share some business logic between my front-end Elm and my back-end Node. This is how I got my Node code to call my Elm functions synchronously.
Redux is just great, but to be fair there isn’t an elegant way to perform asynchronous actions on it.
Elm doesn’t have a
join method in it’s
Maybe type, so how do we join
It was my most effective attack, three companies went down. It was also accidental and with undesired consequences.
We all know how important code comments are, but we all aim for that marvelous holy grail of coding: the self documenting code. That is, code that does not need comments, you can read it like a book.
Rollup.js is a nice bundler that gets all of your dependencies and packs them together with our code. It works like a charm, but the documentation on how to get up and running with it can be very confusing. Let’s make crystal clear!
If you have used SASS for some time you will know that if you are within a media query and try to extend a class that is outside of the media query you will get an error. Let’s find a way around it.
Forget about setting up test servers for unit testing. Give a custom response to any HTTP request in your code with jasmine-ajax.
Building apps that have appropriate looks on iPhone and Android is a breeze with Ionic.
But sometimes we need more than
.platform-ios. We need device-specific css files.
Ionic provides a very nice system for you to track the usage of your app with the $ionicAnalytics plugin. But if you are reading this you probably already know that, so let’s get to the heart of the matter.
Well, that seems pretty trivial, right? You just connect the adapter and it should just work. Well, it should, but it doesn’t.
Some languages such as Java allow us to declare methods and variables in a class as private, restraining anything outside the class itself to access them.