Sunday, 13 May, 2018 UTC


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Building a Progressive Web App in React
In case you haven’t heard, Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are finally ready for prime time. It might not yet be obvious to many people how to install a PWA, but if you’ve done it once you won’t forget it and it’s simpler than using an app store.
My struggle to learn React
I’m going to be honest: I’ve had a hell of a time getting my head around React. More than any other technology I’ve touched over the last 10 years of my career, I just haven’t had it click for me. It’s very frustrating as I really want to learn it, and it’s clear the library has legs.
JSX can do that?
First I’m going to explain how JSX works and then use it in “unusual” ways. If you know how JSX works you can skip the first part. If you are here to learn something useful you can skip the second part.
GraphQL: 3 Years in, and lessons learned
Back in late 2016 I wrote an article called GraphQL: Tips after a year in production. Since then, GraphQL started offering native subscriptions, Relay got so good you could replace Redux with Relay Modern, and I learned a few neat tricks along the way. I’ve also made a bunch of mistakes. Looking back on my GraphQL journey, here’s what I’d change.