Tag: JavaScript
Laurie Barth
Laurie Barth
14 May, 2019

Honey, I Type Checked the Children

The cli added this line of code, it says something about isRequired. So I guess I'll just leave it there?
Laurie Barth
Laurie Barth
07 May, 2019

What’s With All the Props Anyway?

Another day, another piece of boilerplate code that we should explore!
Laurie Barth
Laurie Barth
30 Apr, 2019

Exports and Imports and Defaults, Oh My!

Too often we see throwaway lines of code inside frameworks and projects that we don't take the time to understand. Let's explore export default App in React projects!
Laurie Barth
Laurie Barth
27 Mar, 2019

The Layers of JavaScript

Laurie Barth writes: Recently I was writing up a lesson plan to teach a small group about data display in Gatsby. My goal was to break down the topics and have an answer to all of the low level questions that participants might ask. In the process of doing...
Laurie Barth
Laurie Barth
03 Feb, 2017

Angular 1 or 2: Which is the Best for Your Project?

With Angular 2 coming out of beta, it is now available as a front end framework for your new project. Yet, some developers are still choosing to code new applications with Angular 1. My colleague wrote back when Angular 1 was relatively new about why you should care, but...
Bill Lenoir
Bill Lenoir
11 Jan, 2015

AngularJS: Why You Should Care

By Bill Lenoir Development teams are always on the lookout for more powerful tools that allow them to build better web applications faster. And it feels like there has been an unending stream of them over the last decade. AngularJS, an open source framework out of Google, is the...