React Lifecycle Methods are one tricky piece of business, especially if you’re coming from a framework that doesn’t have their own. Thankfully, they’re fairly similar to Android’s lifecycle methods and it wasn’t long before I was able to grasp them. React has changed a lot over the past few years and it’s lifecycle methods are… Read more »
React hooks have changed the way that I (and arguably the React Community) prefer to build components. I’ve been working on a GraphQL project for a while, and when we migrated to functional components and hooks, I was able to use Apollo’s hooks for my data fetching needs. However, I find myself now working on… Read more »
Nothing crazy here, I’ve just found myself chaining together pipes for something that I feel should ship with NPM. You can use this script to update all of your outdated dependencies to the latest. This is something you’ll want to do cautiously, definitely don’t run this and commit it without testing. However, if you have a pretty solid test suite, you can integrate something like this into your CI pipeline and fix forward should you find any issues.
Recently, I was updating an open source package that I maintain – a project structure scaffolding tool. While updating the template I use for my Meteor apps, I realized my tool was still catering towards Iron:Router. For those unaware, Iron:Router has a history of being the Router for Meteor apps. When I first used it,… Read more »