Showing posts from 2015

One more webpack - react.js tutorial

Very basic tutorial on setting up webpack for react.js with hot reload. All the good things!

Heroku setup for webpack

I'm looking into webpack for react and trying to setup a small project on heroku: Here's a tutorial I want to follow: Another well explained tutorial: and a bootstrap project:

React.js and Flexbox links I want to look at when I have time

1.  A set of React components implementing flexboxgrid with the power of CSS Modules 2. Grid, Flexbox tutorial 3. Grid by examples:

React.js tutorial code on github

I've been watching and following a few tutorials about React.js during my free time, mostly for fun and also for work and I thought that I would share the code of the examples, since they are pretty much self-explanatory and might be good examples to bootstrap new projects, i.e.: react-router and reflex examples... It's also easier for me to track changes so here you go, .

HTML5 Dev Conf 2015 - San Francisco

I attended the first day of the conference this year. I didn't take that much notes but here it is in case your interested: Design and Performance by Steve Souders Slides at: - May be useful to do prototyping early instead of just getting mock ups from UX - W3C Web timing specs      Navigation Timing           overall page metrics: performance.timing, now()      Resource Timing           individual HTTP requests                performance.getEntries()      User Timing           performance.mark, performance.measure - Example about image display time to load      add performance.measure in two places and take the max(): one on the image unload attribute and the other one at the bottom of the page. Michael Jackson - React Router dev contributor MustacheJS @reactjstraining -> interesting start to get involved in some open source projects... Checkout: react-art rea

Fitbit API !

I recently bought a Fitbit scale and spent a few hours trying their APIs. At the same time, I decided to open source the code I wrote. It's basically a Fitbit client library to talk to Fitbit. Github repo of Fitbit-node It's still a work in progress but the library is available as of now. It's not a lot of code and I am using npm package: OAuth. When I get a chance, I'm going to add an example on how to use it.

ReactJS Conference Jan 28-29 at Facebook

I hadn't a chance to go to this Conference. It was at FB headquarters. Instead, I watched a few videos of the conference they posted online: The keynote is pretty interesting. Tom Occhino talks about the history of React and how it was first introduced.