While reading up on the Rubber Ducking technique (the act of describing your problem to a toy rubber duck in the hope of finding the solution), I thought to myself, "What if the rubber duck could talk back." What kind questions would it ask, to help me find and fix
For a long time I have wanted to use Ghost to power my website, but my fear was that I wouldn't be able to write custom functionality without tinkering with the existing Ghost codebase. My ideal setup would be to incorporate the Ghost blogging platform into my existing node server.
The following blog post demonstrates how to setup Jest unit testing with node 0.10.x, react 0.13.x, jest-cli 0.4.x and babel-jest 5.x.x. npm install jest-cli babel-jest --save-dev Create a directory called __tests__/ in the root of your project that will contain all of
React property validation is extremely useful when you want to ensure that users of your component adhere to your API. When invalid properties are supplied, warnings appear within the browsers development console to alert you as to what was expected and what was supplied. By default PropType validation supports JS