React News Thursday, June 7
- React.js Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.June 2018)
- How to write Scalable Nodejs Services [+Code Examples]
- “They Just Want To Code (or Design) All Day” – Hacker Noon
- React.js Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.June2018) – For the past month, we ranked nearly 1,100 React.js articles to pick the Top 10 stories that can help advance your career (0.9% chance).
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- This is a competitive list and youll find the experience and techniques shared by the React leaders useful.
- Course of the month: – A) Beginners: React 16The Complete Guide (incl.
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- Lets see what were gonna build this time: – – Model raw format as is stored on database is as follows: – – When fetching developers resource, it should remain as it is.
- But, on runtime weve two resource instances, each of those has its model instance which is in charge of the specific domain rules.
- Then we just loop over models, and create a resource instance to be tied with its model and were up and ready.
- So basically previous code declares an abstract model that will contain a lowdb instance adapter to access database.
- As we saw on the start script, models are passed down to resources to properly build our HTTP listeners.
- They Just Want To Code (or Design) AllDay – Quick post… – One of the biggest mistakes you can make as a product manager is to assume that the developers (and designers) you work with do not care about impact and outcomes.
- I have heard PMs say things like: – Well, you know, developers just like to put their headphones on and code.Or – Designers just like to make things pretty, and use the latest tricksWhen have you shared actual outcomes with the team?
- We never iterate on our MVPs, so I have to work super hard to get it as right as possible off the batt.So what these product managers might be seeing is the result of not engaging the team.
- This is common when theres a lot of accumulated career cynicism…the team may have never experienced real wins, so they dont even go there.
- Your team likely cares more than they feel comfortable letting on AND they enjoying doing their thing all day.
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