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Learn How Healthcare Companies Can Use Identity Management
via Pocket - How Healthcare Companies Can Use Identity Management The healthcare landscape is constantly evolving. Baker McKenzie predicts that deals in the healthcare sector will increase to $331 billion in 2019.
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Quadratic voting - Wikipedia
via Pocket - Quadratic voting According to its authors Steven P. Lalley and E. Glen Weyl, Quadratic voting is claimed to achieve the greatest possible good for the greatest number of group members[2] although other proponents of Quadratic Voting admit that is at best an approximation[3].
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React Newsletter - Issue 161
via Pocket - Issue 161 May 16th 2019 GraphQL is becoming the new way to use APIs in modern web and mobile apps. However, learning new things always takes time and without getting your hands dirty it’s very hard to understand the nuances of a new technology.
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may 2019 by mannieschumpert
Tutorial: Laravel GraphQL Server | Toptal
via Pocket - Building a GraphQL Server with Laravel In case you’re still not familiar with it, GraphQL is a query language used to interact with your API which provides some benefits compared to alternative architectures such as REST. GraphQL is extremely handy when used to serve as an endpoint for mobile and single-page applications.
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may 2019 by mannieschumpert
It's Not About Tech and Tools: Discover DevOps Communication | Toptal
via Pocket - Bridging Gaps: The Importance of DevOps Communication Even though the DevOps methodology has been with us for quite some time now, it’s still the center of heated discussions. Companies want it but are unsure of how to approach it. DevOps is everywhere. And while it’s an interesting trend, it should be fitted to products, not the other way around.
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may 2019 by mannieschumpert
A content-first approach to product onboarding | Inside Intercom
via Pocket - A content-first approach to product onboarding Knowing your user’s story is central to a great onboarding experience – but how do you actually tell that story? At some point you need to write the content of your onboarding: words, sentences, value props, the works. Ultimately, it’s the content that helps your users achieve their goals.
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may 2019 by mannieschumpert
Best Broccoli and Cheese Quesadilla Recipe - Easy Weeknight Dinner
via Pocket - The Mind-Blowing Broccoli Quesadillas I Want to Eat Every Night of the Week Quesadillas are an essential clean-out-the-fridge meal in my house. Leftover meat, shredded cheese, a few handfuls of beans, any forgotten herbs in the crisper. These all have a good home in a quesadilla. And in my almost ten years of being a mom, I’ve made about a gazillion of them.
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The Neurological Reason Laughter Could Be a Sign of Something Much Darker | Inverse
via Pocket - The Neurological Reason Laughter Could Be a Sign of Something Much Darker When you hear someone laugh behind you, you probably picture them on the phone or with a friend — smiling and experiencing a warm, fuzzy feeling inside. Chances are just the sound of the laughter could make you smile or even laugh along.
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may 2019 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 160
via Pocket - Issue 160 May 9th 2019 Microsoft today announced a new open-source project for React Native developers who want to target Windows. “React Native for Windows,” as the project is unsurprisingly called, is meant to be a new ‘performance-oriented’ implementation of React for Windows under the MIT License.
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may 2019 by mannieschumpert
High-frequency Trading Strategies | Toptal
via Pocket - High-frequency Trading Strategies: How Fast Is Fast? I have fifteen years of professional experience in investment banking and high-frequency trading (HFT).
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may 2019 by mannieschumpert
Making a Gatsby-Node Static Site Generator: The Gatsby Part | Toptal
via Pocket - The Front End: Using Gatsby.js and Node.js for Static Site Updates For some project requirements, static page generation is not only sufficient, it’s also the most efficient in terms of speed and scalability. In the first half of this series, we combined Node.
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may 2019 by mannieschumpert
ReactiveUI using the MVVM Pattern in WPF Applications | Toptal
via Pocket - ReactiveUI and the MVVM Pattern in WPF Applications Once you’ve read that sentence, you might still end up the same way I did when I first read it: Nowhere closer to understanding its relevance. A little more dedication into the basic concepts and you’ll quickly understand its importance.
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may 2019 by mannieschumpert
Introducing Base Web, Uber’s New Design System for Building Websites in React | Uber Engineering Blog
via Pocket - Introducing Base Web, Uber’s New Design System for Building Websites in React At Uber, we have hundreds of  internal web applications used by developers, product managers, and operations teams—essentially everyone at the company. Since all web applications work differently, it puts additional overhead on our employees to learn how to interact with them most effectively.
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may 2019 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 159
via Pocket - Issue 159 May 2nd 2019 At Uber, they have hundreds of  internal web applications used by developers, product managers, and operations teams—essentially everyone at the company. Since all web applications work differently, it puts additional overhead on our employees to learn how to interact with them most effectively.
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may 2019 by mannieschumpert
GraphQL API Tutorial | Toptal
via Pocket - How to Create a Secure Node.js GraphQL API In this article, we aim to present a quick guide on how to create a secure Node.js GraphQL API. In virtually every scenario, you will find an API that you don’t need to know in detail, e.g.
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may 2019 by mannieschumpert
Making a Gatsby-Node Static Site Generator: The Node.js Part | Toptal
via Pocket - The Back End: Using Gatsby.js and Node.js for Static Site Updates In this article series, we will develop a static content website prototype. It will generate daily-updated, simple static HTML pages for popular GitHub repositories to track their latest releases. Static web page generation frameworks have great features to achieve that—we’ll use Gatsby.
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may 2019 by mannieschumpert
New Study Exposes Hypocrisy Of The Religious Right | Americans United for Separation of Church and State
via Pocket - New Study Exposes Hypocrisy Of The Religious Right Two professors at the University of Notre Dame, David Campbell and Geoffrey Layman, analyzed data from two surveys to determine what white evangelicals (who are overwhelmingly conservative) believe about how a politician’s personal behavior affects his/her ability to govern.
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may 2019 by mannieschumpert
Benchmarking: A Node.js Promise Story | Toptal
via Pocket - Benchmarking A Node.js Promise We are living in a brave new world. A world filled with JavaScript. In recent years, JavaScript has dominated the web taking the whole industry by storm. After the introduction of Node.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
How to avoid this React Hooks performance pitfall – Matthias Jenny – Medium
via Pocket - How to avoid this React Hooks performance pitfall React Hooks promise to avoid the overhead of class components while delivering all the same benefits. For example, they allow us to write stateful functional components without having to worry about storing state on the class instance. However, writing stateful components with Hooks requires care.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
Scientists have established a link between religious fundamentalism and brain damage
via Pocket - Scientists have established a link between religious fundamentalism and brain damage A study published in the journal Neuropsychologia has shown that religious fundamentalism is, in part, the result of a functional impairment in a brain region known as the prefrontal cortex.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 158
via Pocket - Issue 158 April 25th 2019 Create React App v3.0.0 was just released. Here are the highlights. Historically we've seen that you can get fancy with state management solutions in React. However, the best solutions are often the most simple.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
How to Implement T9 Search in iOS | Toptal
via Pocket - How to Implement T9 Search in iOS A couple of years ago I was working on an app called “BOG mBank - Mobile Banking” with my iOS/Android team. There is a basic feature in the app where you can use the mobile banking functionality to top up your own cell phone postpaid balance or any contact’s cell phone balance.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
React Native QR Scanner: An RNCamera Tutorial | Toptal
via Pocket - Build a QR Scanner: A React Native Camera Tutorial In this React Native Camera tutorial, we will create a QR code reader app. It will be able to read QR codes in real time and render their content to the screen at the time of detection. We will be using React Native’s CLI Quickstart.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
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via Pocket - 6 tips for better React performance When I first started to learn React I was all for knowing all the little tips & tricks to increase performance.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
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via Pocket - A Closer Look at React Memoize Hooks: useRef, useCallback, and useMemo The best way to understand what memoize hooks are is to expose ourselves to the problem space which these hooks solve. Starter hooks examples don’t expose these problems. They make hooks look approachable and straightforward— which makes complete sense.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 157
via Pocket - Issue 157 April 18th 2019 This article walks through 6 tips for improving your React app's performance. In this article, you'll reintroduce closures by building a tiny clone of React Hooks.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
WebSocket Implementation with Spring Boot and STOMP | Toptal
via Pocket - Using Spring Boot for WebSocket Implementation with STOMP The WebSocket protocol is one of the ways to make your application handle real-time messages. The most common alternatives are long polling and server-sent events. Each of these solutions has its advantages and drawbacks.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
Laravel Zero Downtime Deployment | Toptal
via Pocket - Laravel Zero Downtime Deployment When it comes to updating a live application, there are two fundamentally different ways of going about this. In the first approach, we make incremental changes to the state of our system. For example, we update files, modify environment properties, install additional necessities, and so on.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
7 Debugging Techniques to Speed Up Troubleshooting in Production | Toptal
via Pocket - 7 Debugging Techniques To Speed Up Troubleshooting in Production Providing production support to an application is one of the most challenging aspects of software development. Developers are assigned to the maintenance team and work on patching bugs on the application.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
Need to Make a Tough Decision? A Decision Matrix Can Help - Toggl Blog
via Pocket - Need to Make a Tough Decision? A Decision Matrix Can Help In those moments when you’re struggling to make a choice, a decision matrix is the tool you need to identify the best way forward. What do you do when you have an important decision on your plate?
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
Our Notions Of The Future
via Pocket - Our Notions Of The Future Baeond's team is totally remote, so we rely heavily on productivity tools to keep in touch and on the same page. This week, we're showcasing our tool of choice for maintaining a central source of truth: Notion.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
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via Pocket - Namespacing Actions for Redux Like many other companies, we here on the Kickstarter front-end team have been rewriting our site as a React app, with Redux to handle application state. This post is about our investigations into and ultimate solution for one issue we ran into in our work: namespacing actions.
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From Redux to Hooks: A Case Study
via Pocket - From Redux to Hooks: A Case Study After several years of using Redux for most of our projects we decided to try useReducer/useContext approach instead. Here is what we learned. Using Hooks instead of Redux for state management is by no means easier.
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via Pocket - Using React Hooks To Create Awesome Forms In one of my previous posts, I showed you how to use React’s latest feature that everyone is talking about — React Hooks! If you have read this post, then you now know how to use the useState, useEffect, and the useContext hooks in your React App.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 156
via Pocket - Issue 156 April 11th 2019 A step-by-step guide to building an iMessage extension by writing a bridge for a React Native-based mobile app. This approach took around two weeks to explore and might save you significant time if you have a similar intention.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
Flutter Tutorial: How to Build a Messaging App | Toptal
via Pocket - Flutter Tutorial: How to Create Your First Flutter App What is Flutter? Flutter is Google’s mobile app development SDK that allows your product to target both Android and iOS platforms simultaneously, without the need to maintain two separate codebases.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
Angular Components 101 | Toptal
via Pocket - Angular Components 101 — an Overview Components have been available in Angular since the beginning; however, many people still find themselves using components incorrectly. In my work, I’ve seen people not using them at all, creating components instead of attribute directives, and more.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
Neuroscience Shows That 50-Year-Olds Can Have the Brains of 25-Year-Olds If They Do This | Inc.com
via Pocket - Neuroscience Shows That 50-Year-Olds Can Have the Brains of 25-Year-Olds If They Do This A healthy brain not only supports your intelligence, but emotional regulation, stress level, and other things that support your professional success.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
How to Strike a Balance Between Proactive and Reactive Product Management - Toggl Blog
via Pocket - How to Strike a Balance Between Proactive and Reactive Product Management When it comes to being a successful product manager, you have a lot to juggle. You’re generating ideas, fielding feedback, answering questions, and leading your team to launch the latest and greatest things. There’s a lot on your plate, right?
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
Composing Software: An Introduction – JavaScript Scene – Medium
via Pocket - Composing Software: An Introduction One of my biggest regrets in life is that I failed to understand the significance of that lesson early on. I learned the essence of software design far too late in life. I have interviewed hundreds of developers. What I’ve learned from those sessions is that I’m not alone.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
Microservice Math: Auto-scaling Container Orchestration | Toptal
via Pocket - Do the Math: Scaling Microservices Applications with Orchestrators It’s not quite a surprise that the microservices application architecture continues to invade software design. It is much more convenient to distribute the load, create highly-available deployments, and manage upgrades while easing development and team management.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
WordPress Roots Stack Explained | Toptal
via Pocket - Modern WordPress Development Workflow with the Roots Stack WordPress has been around for ages, at least by internet standards, and its philosophy has always been to preserve backward compatibility. This focus on compatibility understandable given the sheer amount of WordPress websites online today.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
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via Pocket - JavaScript naming conventions: do’s and don’ts I find it amazing how many different meanings we can get from less than 30 characters. I’m talking about the alphabet with some well-placed punctuation, of course. From a love story to a computer program, writing has allowed us to create extraordinarily different worlds.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
The Bitcoin Lightning Network Explained | Toptal
via Pocket - Scale with Speed: The Bitcoin Lightning Network Explained The Bitcoin Lightning Network is an independent solution that’s heralded as the solution to all problems keeping Bitcoin from mainstream adoption.
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
Secret of My Reverse Engineering
via Pocket - Secret of My Reverse Engineering
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april 2019 by mannieschumpert
The Iceberg of React Hooks – Sandro Dolidze – Medium
via Pocket - The Iceberg of React Hooks React Hooks, unlike Class Components, provide low-level building blocks for optimizing and composing applications with minimal boilerplate. Without in-depth knowledge, performance problems can arise and code complexity can increase due to subtle bugs and leaky abstractions.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
A GDPR Compliance Checklist for Evaluating Your Data Strategy | Looker
via Pocket - A GDPR Compliance Checklist for Evaluating Your Data Strategy The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) represents one of the most comprehensive reforms to data regulation in recent times. It affects how companies around the globe approach their strategies for external data protections (like data security), as well as internal data access and usage.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 155
via Pocket - Issue 155 March 28th 2019 You've probably heard that you should favor composition over inheritance. This post breaks down why that is by looking at where inheritance breaks down and composition shines. What's wrong with this code?
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
WordPress Maintenance Tips and Tricks | Toptal
via Pocket - 10 Tips to Make WordPress Maintenance Smooth As a WordPress developer who has worked on various types of projects, I would like to discuss some of the pain points I have personally experienced when taking on an existing WordPress website for either edits or bug fixes.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
How to Make Your Own Email Gifs | SendGrid
via Pocket - How to Make Your Own Email Gifs Whether you’re on team hard or soft G (yes, there’s an entire site dedicated to it), we all know and love the gif and have discovered them nestled in our inboxes at a growing rate.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
Name It, and They Will Come — Overreacted
via Pocket - Name It, and They Will Come You’ve discovered something new. You haven’t seen solutions quite like this before. You try to keep your ego in check and be skeptical. But the butterflies in your stomach won’t listen.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
How Are Function Components Different from Classes? — Overreacted
via Pocket - How Are Function Components Different from Classes? How do React function components differ from React classes? For a while, the canonical answer has been that classes provide access to more features (like state). With Hooks, that’s not true anymore.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
Optimized for Change — Overreacted
via Pocket - Optimized for Change What makes a great API? Good API design is memorable and unambiguous. It encourages readable, correct and performant code, and helps developers fall into the pit of success.
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Writing Resilient Components — Overreacted
via Pocket - Writing Resilient Components When people start learning React, they often ask for a style guide. While it’s a good idea to have some consistent rules applied across a project, a lot of them are arbitrary — and so React doesn’t have a strong opinion about them.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
10 facts about infidelity |
via Pocket - 10 facts about infidelity Love isn’t so much an emotion, says biological anthropologist Helen Fisher, as it is a brain system, one of three that’s related to mating and reproduction. It’s those other two systems that explain why human beings are capable of infidelity even as we so highly value love.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
Making Sense of React Hooks – Dan Abramov – Medium
via Pocket - Making Sense of React Hooks I strongly recommend to watch this opening keynote to see the problems we’re trying to solve with the Hooks proposal. However, even an hour is a big time investment, so I decided to share a few thoughts on Hooks below.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
Modern and clean routing with hooks
via Pocket - Modern and clean routing with hooks A quick experiment about using hooks for routing in a react app turned out to be very flexible and powerful. I published the module hookrouter on npm for anyone to use. Let me introduce it to you in this article.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 154
via Pocket - Issue 154 March 22nd 2019 React-Redux version 7 resolves the performance issues that were reported with version 6, and lays the groundwork for them to design and ship a public useRedux()-type Hooks API in a later 7.x release.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
Curry and Function Composition – JavaScript Scene – Medium
via Pocket - Curry and Function Composition With the dramatic rise of functional programming in mainstream JavaScript, curried functions have become common in many applications. It’s important to understand what they are, how they work, and how to put them to good use.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
Formik For React: A Dive Into Field Arrays – Ross Bulat – Medium
via Pocket - Formik For React: A Dive Into Field Arrays Like myself, you may be interested in the Formik form management package of React, and would like to become super familiar with it to boost your form productivity. One of the features that is sure to…
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
Life-Critical Systems: How to Update and Maintain Them | Toptal
via Pocket - Innovation with Life-critical Systems Every enterprise has a “critical” infrastructure. Generally, this means that if the system goes offline, parts (or all) of the business will come to a grinding halt until the techs can get it running again.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
A Look at Python, Parameterized | Toptal
via Pocket - Ensuring Clean Code: A Look at Python, Parameterized In this post, I’m going to talk about what I consider to be the most important technique or pattern in producing clean, Pythonic code—namely, parameterization. This post is for you if:
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
GitHub - Swizec/useDimensions: A React Hook to measure DOM nodes
via Pocket - Swizec/useDimensions The other day I wanted to measure some DOM nodes. This is useful when you have to align items, or respond to browser width, or ... lots of reasons okay. I had to align a curvy line with elements that aren't under my control.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
Form Validation Using Custom React Hooks - Upmostly
via Pocket - Form Validation Using Custom React Hooks Build a form validation engine using custom React Hooks, from scratch, without having to learn a single form library. Read on to learn how! We abstracted away all of the event handler logic into a custom React Hook, and as a result, reduced a significant amount of code in our form components.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
AddyOsmani.com - Rendering large lists with react-window
via Pocket - Rendering large lists with react-window If you use React and need to display large lists of data efficiently, you may be familiar with react-virtualized. It's a windowing library by Brian Vaughn that renders only the items currently visible in a list (within a scrolling "viewport").
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
A Complete Guide to useEffect — Overreacted
via Pocket - A Complete Guide to useEffect You wrote a few components with Hooks. Maybe even a small app. You’re mostly satisfied. You’re comfortable with the API and picked up a few tricks along the way. You even made some custom Hooks to extract repetitive logic (300 lines gone!) and showed it off to your colleagues.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 153
via Pocket - Issue 153 March 14th 2019 React Native 0.59 is released. Here's the feature list - Server side rendering a React app can provide a few different benefits including performance and SEO. The problem is with those benefits comes a cost of additional complexity to your application.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
Five WordPress API Integration Techniques | Toptal
via Pocket - Five Battle-tested Techniques Your WordPress API Developer Isn't Using One of the best ways to elevate your status as a WordPress developer, at least in the eyes of your clients, is to become skilled at consuming APIs.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
Why Your Brain Needs Idle Time – The Nuance – Medium
via Pocket - Why Your Brain Needs Idle Time Research suggests that idle time, where the brain is wandering, is critical for complex mental processing.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
Better Approach to Google Cloud Continuous Deployment | Toptal
via Pocket - A Better Approach to Google Cloud Continuous Deployment Continuous deployment (CD) is the practice of automatically deploying new code to production. Most continuous deployment systems validate that the code to be deployed is viable by running unit and functional tests, and if everything looks good, the deployment rolls out.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
React Hooks: Memoization – Sandro Dolidze – Medium
via Pocket - React Hooks: Memoization React Hooks make our life so much better in almost every way. But the minute performance becomes an issue, things get slightly tricky. You can write blazing fast applications using Hooks, but before…
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
A Suspense Novelist’s Trail of Deceptions | The New Yorker
via Pocket - A Suspense Novelist’s Trail of Deceptions Dan Mallory, a book editor turned novelist, is tall, good-looking, and clever. His novel, “The Woman in the Window,” which was published under a lightly worn pseudonym, A. J. Finn, was the hit psychological thriller of the past year.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
React Hooks: Managing Web Sockets with useEffect and useState
via Pocket - React Hooks: Managing Web Sockets with useEffect and useState Hooks in React have triggered a transition in how React developers structure their projects; a catalyst for adopting functions in place of classes. Even though Hooks are still only a proposal at the…
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
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via Pocket - Tips & Tricks for Gatsby For some time now I've been trying to publish quick tips about Gatsby on Twitter, because the community loves such short, useful tips.
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Styles and Naming | Chris Biscardi
via Pocket - Styles and Naming There are only two hard things in Computer Science: cache invalidation and naming things. Phil Karlton (and many people after) said that one of the hardest problems in computer science is naming things.
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React Newsletter - Issue 152
via Pocket - Issue 152 March 7th 2019 Storybook 5.0 was just released. Here's the feature list In modern applications, user interfaces often have to juggle multiple tasks at the same time. This post walks through how event prioritization works today and React's plans for improving it in the future.
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march 2019 by mannieschumpert
How to convert withRouter to a React Hook – Charles Stover – Medium
via Pocket - How to convert withRouter to a React Hook One of the greatest benefits of React Hooks in the new v16.7 is the removal of the reliance on higher-order components. While in the process of migrating my class states to functional hooks, I was giddy at the opportunity to port my with-router higher-order component to a hook as well.
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7 Weird Ways To Help Combat 'Hermit' Habits As A Remote Worker
via Pocket - 7 Weird Ways To Help Combat 'Hermit' Habits As A Remote Worker It happens to even the most experienced remote workers. Actually, it happens especially to those who have worked from home for a while. You land an amazing remote job, set up your home office with a customized desk setup, and get settled with ease.
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