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A Fullstack developers survival guide to the JS jungle – Part 3

Welcome back! Or welcome, if you missed the first and second parts of this series. In this series I am trying to help Fullstack Developers make the metamorphosis from being a developer who is only...

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React?! What is ‘this’?? A funky way to get around having to rebind this

This past weekend I had the pleasure of attending Hack24 which is a hackathon organised in my local area. It was a great opportunity to enjoy being part of my local development community as well...

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A Fullstack developers survival guide to the JS jungle – Part 2

Welcome back! Or welcome if you missed the first part of this tip series. In this series I am trying to help Fullstack Developers make the metamorphosis from being a developer who is only paying...

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A Fullstack developers survival guide to the JS jungle – Part 1

You may not know this but by trade I’m actually a Fullstack .NET developer. I just happen to be one of those weird Fullstack developers who has more of an affinity to the front...

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Down Periscope!: A deep dive into PropTypes in React.

No time for “welcomes” or even “welcome backs” now! Baton down the hatches! We’re going to dive deep into the depths of the React source this week and take a look at PropTypes and...

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How did we get here: ESLint

It’s pretty common to hate on the Javascript-sphere and plethora of ever changing libraries and frameworks that we all have to keep track of and learn. There’s a reason that parody O’Reilly book covers...

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Componentise all the things! Why componentised UIs in React are great.

As you’ve been travelling around the internet soaking up all the knowledge you can on React and other front end technologies, I’m sure that you will have come across the term, componentised UI. If...

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Faster than a speeding repaint: The VirtualDOM and why it’s so dang fast!

I’m sure that my humble blog isn’t the first site that you’ve visited whose topic was the React.js library. If it is then I’m obviously honoured but most likely I was not your first....

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