Response to CSS vs Sass

Previously, there was an article here where I argued that another person’s opinion on a subject was incorrect. I made a logical argument, supported it with several points of evidence. I demonstrated the incorrectness of his opinion thoroughly.

I decided to delete it all.

I did this because I realized … Read More

How to Dynamically Render React Components

I am currently working on a React/Redux universally rendered application at work. It has some fun parts and I want to share what I’ve learned from building them.

One of those parts is a component I have called the BlocksLoop. In the design phase of the project, long before I … Read More

How To Use Client Side Libraries in a Universal JavaScript App

At work, I am building a JavaScript application with universal rendering. There are a number of challenges with building a universally rendered application, but one challenge in particular is making sure code that should only run on the client doesn’t cause the server to crash.

Today, I built a React … Read More

State Snapshots in Redux

Redux is a predictable state container for JavaScript apps. I’ve been using it in all of my apps recently and I discovered an elegant and clever use of it that I want to share. The rest of this article assumes you know how to use Redux. If you do … Read More

Componentize Gem

or Bringing Components to Rails Projects.

In my last few Rails projects, I have been exploring strategies to create and utilize “components” similar to how components are used in Ember. Rails doesn’t have a simple, native way to do this. However, I think I’ve come up with a good way to accomplish this, and I have … Read More

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