Blog? Oh yeah, I have one. well I’ve got an excess of energy to burn today so I figured I should catch up real fast. Let’s do two things: What I’ve been doing and an article on accessibility from a source I never would have expected that I read just an hour or two ago while trying to distract myself from my own brain.
Everyone uses Google Maps, and lots of people use React. You’d think a Maps in React app would be easy, right? I did. And I was surprised that the answer seemed to be no. It’s not that there aren’t a lot of examples out there, it’s finding one that I could make work in my preferred environment and in ES2015. Continue reading React Maps
What could be better to learn React than an featuring a fish from a 1991 videogame? Clearly, the answer is nothing. Okay, honestly, the actual purpose was writing a compact React application in ES2015 to teach myself both, but if you can do two things at once, you might as well, right? Continue reading React Fishtank
It’s been how long since I’ve written about one of these? Well. A quick recap of five neat things I’ve seen at Seattle meetups lately – Angular, React and state, React on the server, an innovative approach to finding available meeting space, and Meteor. Continue reading Meetup Roundup