February 12, 2018 | Front-End
May 30, 2018 | Front-End
One of React’s strengths is the simplicity of the code it allows you to create. There’s one part of React code that has always seemed overly complex to me, though: event handlers in class components. But a new experimental ECMAScript syntax for class properties provides a way to get code that is both clean and reliable. Does that mean we should use class properties for our event handlers?
June 14, 2006 | Back-End
Auto-Complete is a great tool when it provides possible results BEFORE you finish typing. Unfortunately, using Rails’s included AJAX helpers to query the database as you type often results in a large delay before matches are returned.
There are three versions of the React Native story. One says that React Native is a silver bullet that allows you to ship two apps for the price of one. Another would have you believe that React Native is the same, disappointing cross-platform novelty we’ve seen before with familiar shortcomings. The third story is the truth, and it’s somewhere in the middle. When a project is aligned with React Native’s strengths, it’s a very attractive option. The following are some questions that you can consider to determine if React Native can benefit your organization or project.
October 15, 2018 | Front-End
React Native apps are native apps. It’s a heck of a coup they’ve pulled off, and while I have my concerns around adopting the technology, “Is it native?” isn’t one of them.
How to implement a flux pattern in VueJS without Vuex. Use VueJS’s reactive framework to manage state in 38 lines of code