Tag: JavaScript

Introducing new version of Simple Quality UI for Angular!

We are super excited to announce the release of ng-sq-ui 1.1.0! Here’s what’s new: Separated all standalone modules as packages. You can now install only what you need – @sq-ui/ng-sq-common, @sq-ui/ng-datatable, @sq-ui/ng-datetime-picker, @sq-ui/ng-modal. NEW feature @sq-ui/ng-datatable! The datatable you need,readily available as a standalone package, no other stuff required! Documentation Updates! As of this release, we have multiple packages and the documentation is now better…

Immutability in React and Redux: The Complete Guide

Immutability can be a confusing topic, and it pops up all over the place in React, Redux, and JavaScript in general. You might’ve run into bugs where your React components don’t re-render, even though you know you’ve changed the props, and someone said, “You should be doing immutable state updates.” Maybe you or one of your teammates regularly writes Redux reducers that mutate state, and…

Building Your First Angular App

To avoid confusion, Angular 1 and all its releases are combined in a short name AngularJS, and Angular 2 and all subsequent versions are usually referred to simply as Angular. As a matter of fact, Angular 6 is already released. There’s a great demand for Angular 4 developers as well as for those who use other releases, so, you don’t have to instantly migrate to…

JAMstack_conf

I love a good conference that exists because there is a rising tide in technology. JAMstack_conf: Static site generators, serverless architectures, and powerful APIs are giving front-end teams fullstack capabilities — without the pain of owning infrastructure. It’s a new approach called the JAMstack. I’ll be speaking at it! I’ve been pretty interested in all this and trying to learn and document as much as…

Convert Amazon Links In A Hugo Site To Affiliate Links With Gulp

As you may already know, The Polyglot Developer is a statically generated website built with Hugo. That means that there are no databases involved, no server side languages, only HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. In the past I shared the automated Gulp workflow that I use when building my blog to maintain performance and a solid standing with search engine optimization (SEO). I received a request…

Popular Design News of the Week: July 30, 2018 – August 5, 2018

Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers.  The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however, in case you missed some here’s a quick and useful…

What’s New for Designers, July 2018

What kind of projects are you working on? It might be the hotter days (with more time at a computer) that have me focused on ways to enhance productivity. In this month’s roundup of new design tools and information, you’ll find plenty of helpful items that relate to workflow. If we’ve missed something that you think should have been on the list, let us know…

check-it-out: CLI tool lets you quickly checkout git branches

What is Check It Out? Check It Out lets you interactively see and choose what branch you want to check out without the hassle of trying to type out a long or confusing branch name. Checking out branches just got even simpler! Installation We’re on NPM! npm install -g check-it-out Installing from source Fork or clone the repository git clone https://github.com/jwu910/check-it-out.git Navigate to your repository…

A High Level Post Mortem of the eslint-scope Security Incident

Share Early today there was an incident regarding a module (eslint-scope) that was hijacked on npm. The hijacked module attempted to steal tokens contained within .npmrc to enable additional publishes . Here’s a quick overview of everything that’s happened, based on the information available so far. *This post will be updated as more information becomes available. Feel free to ping me on Twitter with additional…