Oh, shit, git!
Git is hard: screwing up is easy, and figuring out how to fix your mistakes is fucking impossible. Git documentation has this chicken and egg problem where you can't search for how to get yourself
coding  git 
2 days ago
sindresorhus/awesome: Curated list of awesome lists
A curated list of awesome lists 459 commits 1
2 days ago
How to Write Articles and Essays Quickly and Expertly by Stephen Downes
"Begin by writing - in your head, at least - your second paragraph. Your second paragraph will tell people what your essay says." Yes, the title sucks, but there are some good points...
article  tips  writing 
11 days ago
Hands-on: Blue Hydra can expose the all-too-unhidden world of Bluetooth | Ars Technica
The SENA UD100 Bluetooth adapter, plus a slightly larger antenna, allows Blue Hydra to peer deep into the Bluetooth world. Sean Gallagher
11 days ago
How To Create A Simple Photo Booth
At a recent wedding Lauren and I had the opportunity to set up a photo booth. Photo booths have become a popular addition to weddings and are a ton of fun for party goers. So here
photobooth  photography 
15 days ago
What is this architecture style and why does it seem to be the most common among new buildings?
What is this blocky square architecture style and why does it seem to be the most common among new buildings?
modern  condos  urban  city  apartments  real-estate  Oakland  developers  buildings  cities  architecture  design  styles 
15 days ago
Scroll-Then-Fix Content | CSS-Tricks
A reader sent me in a GIF showing off a cool effect they saw on Google on mobile. (Presumably the homepage you see when you launch Chrome on Android?) Ther
styles  webdev  css  coding  tricks  tips 
16 days ago
Glowforge - the 3D laser printer
The iconic 3D Laser Printer Make magical things at the push of a button.
cool  tools  gadgets  wishlist  3d-printing 
17 days ago
Modularise CSS the React way – Medium
What happens if CSS is only used to express styling and managing the styles is left to an abstraction called VirtualCSS?
to-read  front-end  css  coding  reactjs 
19 days ago
How to decouple state and UI (a.k.a. you don’t need componentWillMount) – Medium
Managing an open source project like MobX gives me the opportunity to peek in many code bases. While doing so, I discovered that most React applications are not driven by the state that is stored in stores; they are also driven by the logic in mounting components. That might sound a bit vague so let’s look at two examples:
Interpreting route changes is often done in components; especially when using react-router. The router constructs a component tree based on the current URL, which fires of componentWillMount handlers that will interpret parameters and update the state accordingly.
Data fetching is often triggered by the fact that a component is about to be rendered, and kicked off by the componentWillMount lifecycle hook.
Although this approach is very workable, it has some downsides: First, we cannot reason about our application state and flow by looking at the state of our stores alone. Secondly, we need to know which components will be rendered for certain routes and what activities they perform when being mounted.
to-read  javascript  coding  reactjs 
25 days ago
What The FlexBox?! - A free 20 video course to learn CSS Flexbox
What is this? The first 13 videos are aimed at understanding the fundamentals of Flexbox - we will take a deep dive into understanding rows, columns, axes, wrapping, alignment, centering and layout.
css  flexbot  coding 
28 days ago
iOS 9 Icon Pack - Download 7,200 Free Icons for iPhone Apps | Icons8
The largest free collection of iOS 9 icons. Single designer, consistent quality. Free download. PNG and SVG formats.
apple  icons  design 
28 days ago
Routing and Navigation in React Native - Dotan Nahum
Note: this is part of my upcoming Programming React Native book. Enjoy!Why navigationYou might ask yourself: why do you need navigation? What’s a n...
routing  tips  react-native  javascript  coding 
4 weeks ago
How to create a React component to publish on NPM? | Front-End Insights
In the blog post I am explaining how to create the React component as a library to publish on NPM (Node Package Manager).
coding  npm-module  npm  reactjs  tips  tutorial  javascript 
4 weeks ago
Spectacle - Similar to Moom
Move and resize windows with ease
Window control with simple and customizable keyboard shortcuts
app  utilities  apps  to-download  osx  tools 
4 weeks ago
DropzoneJS is an open source library that provides drag and drop file uploads with image previews.
files  javascript  images  image-uploading 
4 weeks ago
Splitting pull request | Better world by better software
Splitting pull request
How to split a large pull request into several smaller ones.
Yesterday I have added several features to a fork of semantic-release-gitlab. I have opened a pull request (called "Merge Request" on GitLab) to the repo's author here. The pull request has 6 commits, since I was adding more code as I was debugging the problem. The author Hutson Betts asked me to split my pull request into 3 smaller focused ones.
tricks  coding  git  github  tips  tutorial  pull-requests 
4 weeks ago
vhpoet/react-native-styling-cheat-sheet: Most of the React Native styling material in one page
react-native-styling-cheat-sheet - Most of the React Native styling material in one page
react-native  javascript  coding  iOS 
4 weeks ago
transistorsoft/react-native-background-geolocation: Sophisticated, battery-conscious background-geolocation with motion-detection
react-native-background-geolocation - Sophisticated, battery-conscious background-geolocation with motion-detection
coding  location  react-native  iOS  reactjs  maps  modules  javascript 
4 weeks ago
Hexagon.js — Robert Reese's Website
For some time I have been interested in the new HTML5 features primarily Canvas and WebGL. For this reason I looked at implementing a very simple RPG in HTML5. Five years ago the idea of doing so
javascript  hexagon  maps 
5 weeks ago
Building a File Uploader with NodeJs | coligo
Build an AJAX file uploader with NodeJs, express, and formidable
files  nodejs  uploads 
5 weeks ago
Draw a Box: An exercise based approach to learning the fundamentals of drawing
A free, exercise based approach to learning the fundamentals of drawing
drawing  to-do  learning 
5 weeks ago
Surge - Deployment for front-end developers
Shipping web projects should be fast, easy, and low risk. Surge is static web publishing for Front-End Developers, right from the CLI.
utilities  nodejs  webdev  coding  tools  deployment 
6 weeks ago
Use React Native to a Create a Face Recognition App
Wern Ancheta uses React Native and the Microsoft face API to create a face recognition app.
reactjs  react-native 
7 weeks ago
Create your own Google Maps style - Snazzy Maps - Free Styles for Google Maps
Snazzy Maps is a repository of different color schemes for Google Maps aimed towards web designers and developers.
googlemaps  maps 
7 weeks ago
Set pitch and bearing | Mapbox
Map options extend CameraOptions, so you can set more than just center and zoom
mapbox  perspective  maps  coding 
7 weeks ago
Optimizing React with Immutable.js — Medium
The web gets faster everyday. This is just as much of a good thing for the people working on the internet as it is for everyone else.
to-read  javascript  coding  reactjs  optimization 
7 weeks ago
Hey Siri
Hey-Siri.io is a list with many different commands for Siri in english and german
Siri  voice-assistant  commands  iOS 
7 weeks ago
There are limits to 2FA and it can be near-crippling to your digital life | Ars Technica
A video demonstration of the vulnerability here, using a temporary password.Kapil Haresh This piece first appeared on Medium and is republished here with the permission of the author. It reveals a l
security  authentication  2FA 
7 weeks ago
5 useful tips for real-world Redux - Movio Blog
Here are five useful tips for real-word Redux.
tips  redux  coding  reactjs 
8 weeks ago
"I've never had a goal"
Jason Fried, founder of 37signals (which became Basecamp a few years back) writes about not having goals. I can't remember having a goal. An actual goal. There are things I've wanted to do, but if I
8 weeks ago
Node Hero - Node.js Security Tutorial | @RisingStack
Learn how to defend your applications against the most common attack vectors from this Node.js security tutorial. 11th part of the Node Hero series.
nodejs  node  security  javascript  coding  tips 
8 weeks ago
Getting Started with TDD in React – Angularity
A step-by-step tutorial for testing React with Enzyme.
testing  javascript  coding  reactjs 
9 weeks ago
3 simple steps to improve your React Redux code | Cheesecake Labs
Learn how to improve your React Redux code and ensure its scalability and maintainability in the long run through 3 simple steps.
redux  reactjs  coding 
9 weeks ago
React.js in patterns
Long time I was searching for a good front-end framework. Framework that will help me write scalable and easy to maintain UI. Even though React is just a library for rendering it comes with so many benefits that I can easily say “I found it”. And like every thing that I use a lot I started seeing some patterns. Techniques that are applied over and over again and I see in the code of other developers. It’s time that I start documenting, discussing and sharing these patterns.

All the techniques described here are available in github.com/krasimir/react-in-patterns repository. I’ll probably not update this blog post but will continue publishing stuff in GitHub. I’ll also encourage you to comment below, file an issue or directly make a pull request with patterns that you recognize.
reactjs  coding  javascript 
9 weeks ago
I’m Voting For The Democrat In November Because I’m Not A Human Tire Fire — Medium
I’m Voting For The Democrat In November Because I’m Not A Human Tire Fire
This is for anybody wasting time online blathering about how Hillary and Trump are the same; how if Hillary gets the nomination, they won’t vote at all; or how they’re super-stoked to vote for a third party candidate because THEY HAVE PRINCIPLES, GODDAMMIT.
Hi. I’m your Auntie Sara. Time to wake the fuck up. If you are decent, you are going to vote for the Democrat in November. Not because you love Hillary (or Bernie, for whom I will vote if Hillary doesn’t get the nomination!) Not because you love the two-party system (I don’t! Do you? That’s weird! We deserve better!) But because we’re dealing with brass tacks reality here, not our dreams.
clinton  elections  politics  presidents 
9 weeks ago
The PocketLab | Wireless sensor for STEM education and makers.
PocketLab connects with a single button to a smart phone, tablet, Chromebook, or computer and instantly streams data that you can see and record. PocketLab measures motion, acceleration, angular
for-kids  learning  Science  neat  to-buy 
9 weeks ago
What is this? Rollup is a next-generation JavaScript module bundler. Author your app or library using ES2015 modules, then efficiently bundle them up into a single file for use in browsers and
javascript  webdev  coding 
10 weeks ago
2016 Election Forecast | FiveThirtyEight
2016 Election ForecastElectoral votesElectoral votes310.8Popular vote46.9%
10 weeks ago
Material Kit by Creative Tim
bootstrap  templates  coding  material-design  ui 
10 weeks ago
Building React Components Library (Conf Edition) // Speaker Deck
Video: https://skillsmatter.com/skillscasts/8140-building-react-components-library

React provides a great foundation for building and implementing reusable components, that whole team (and community) could greatly benefit from. But to make the code actually reusable, it should be properly presented and documented. Robert will guide you through the key patterns of building React components library with proper navigation, rendered components sandbox and API description.
components  coding  react  reactjs 
10 weeks ago
You might not need React Router — Medium
If you happened to work with Facebook’s React.js library for a while, you might notice a few misconceptions floating in the React community. One of them is the affirmation that React is just V from
10 weeks ago
Jank Free: Let's Make the Web Silky Smooth!
Strapped for time or just getting started with eliminating jank from your projects? These are our must-see resources!
11 weeks ago
Bing Maps Tile System
Bing Maps provides a world map that users can directly manipulate to pan and zoom. To make this interaction as fast and responsive as possible, we chose to pre-render the map at many different levels of detail, and to cut each map into tiles for quick retrieval and display. This document describes the projection, coordinate systems, and addressing scheme of the map tiles, which collectively are called the Bing Maps Tile System.
mapping  maps  coding  quads 
11 weeks ago
Create and Verify JWTs with Node.js
JWT, access token, token, OAuth token.. what does it all mean?? Properly known as
javascript  nodejs  coding  node 
11 weeks ago
mysql - How can an SQL query return data from multiple tables - Stack Overflow
This answer covers: Part 1 Joining two or more tables using an inner join (See the wikipedia entry for additional info) How to use a union query Left and Right Outer Joins (this stackOverflow answer
databases  sql 
12 weeks ago
How three dots changed JavaScript: spread operator and rest parameter
Spread operator and rest parameter are great additions. The article explains how they improve array literals, array destructuring and function arguments handling.
ES6  tips  javascript  coding 
12 weeks ago
How to set NODE_ENV to production/development in OS X - Stack Overflow
Before running your app, you can do this in console, export NODE_ENV=production Or if you are in windows you could try this: SET NODE_ENV=production or you can run your app like this:
nodejs  node  coding 
12 weeks ago
How To Efficiently Display Large Amounts of Data on iOS Maps
This tutorial will demonstrate how to handle and display thousands of points of data on an iOS map in a way people understand and enjoy.

We are going to make an iOS app which ships with 87,000 hotels, each with a coordinate, a name and a phone number. This app will never ask the user to “redo search in area”; it will update the map as the user pans and zooms, allowing the user to freely explore the data.

This will require us to come up with an ultra quick data structure built for the task. We will need to build it in C for it to be performant. Once we have constructed our data structure we will come up with a clustering system, as to not overwhelm the user. Finally, we will give it the professional polish that is required for apps to compete in today’s market.

By the end of this tutorial you will have all the components needed to make this app:
maps  quadtree  data-structures 
12 weeks ago
Awesome React Boilerplates - habd.as
Not interested in reinventing the wheel? Neither am I. Here’s a short list of awesome React boilerplates – sometimes knows as starter kits, seeds or skeletons – for getting React-based applications off the ground in a hurry. These application templates were not taken from any list, however awesome that list might be. Rather, they’ve gained enough mindshare to find me outside The Stream1. They’re open source and waiting for you to clone, fork and build upon for your next React project.
react  javascript  coding  reactjs  boilerplate 
12 weeks ago
D3 Garden | Interactive D3 Tutorial
Master the fundamentals of D3 with this interactive tutorial Get Started D3 Garden Discover More Popular Tutorials Set the bounds for your garden! Resize this box to begin to your preferred bounds to
javascript  D3.js 
june 2016
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