Re-imagining our JavaScript SDK – moltin – Medium

Re-imagining our JavaScript SDK

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#Reactjs #javascript

  • So, to make that easier for all our users, we released our first incarnation of the JavaScript SDK back in 2013.
  • Key problems we wanted to address immediately were: – Removal of CoffeeScriptFully testedAutomatic authenticationWith the overall objectives of: – Releasing a solid piece of work to build onMaintaining correct semver off a base versionFollow standard patterns to increase the overall support baseThe automated authentication was one of the bugbears of…
  • By following a standard pattern we’re able to release the JS SDK as a single piece of work that can enable functionality across huge swathes of JavaScript technology out of the box, including NodeJS, TVJS, and standard Javascript.
  • By re-envisioning the SDK we’re putting in place a solid foundation on which we can start building better functionality and longer term goals with our community of developers and our team within moltin.
  • As always, the moltin goal is to change how developers build commerce completely, and the JavaScript community and its developers are a huge part of that mission.

One of the primary reasons we started building moltin was to bring the huge potential of secure commerce to the frontend, to the JavaScript developer! Over the last couple of years we’ve seen the…
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The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap – codeburst

The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap:  by @BrandonMorelli #JavaScript #WebDev #ReactJS

  • The 2018 Web Developer RoadmapAn illustrated guide to becoming a Frontend or Backend Developer with links to courses – Want to learn to code?
  • This awesome illustrated guide to becoming a web developer was created by Kamranahmedse and posted to GitHub under the CC BY 4.0 License.
  • Web Developer in 2018Here’s where you’ll start.
  • Now that you’ve taken the first bootcamp and know how to build full stack web applications, it’s time to take your learning a little deeper.
  • The Advanced Web Development Bootcamp introduces complex technologies, frameworks, and tools you can use to build beautiful, responsive, web applications.

Want to learn to code? There is no better time to start than right now. Below is an illustrated roadmap focussed on how to become a developer in 2018. Don’t let these illustrations scare you. You by…
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The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap – codeburst

The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap:  by @BrandonMorelli #JavaScript #WebDev #ReactJS

  • The 2018 Web Developer RoadmapAn illustrated guide to becoming a Frontend or Backend Developer with links to courses – Want to learn to code?
  • This awesome illustrated guide to becoming a web developer was created by Kamranahmedse and posted to GitHub under the CC BY 4.0 License.
  • Web Developer in 2018Here’s where you’ll start.
  • Now that you’ve taken the first bootcamp and know how to build full stack web applications, it’s time to take your learning a little deeper.
  • The Advanced Web Development Bootcamp introduces complex technologies, frameworks, and tools you can use to build beautiful, responsive, web applications.

Want to learn to code? There is no better time to start than right now. Below is an illustrated roadmap focussed on how to become a developer in 2018. Don’t let these illustrations scare you. You by…
Continue reading “The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap – codeburst”

Re-imagining our JavaScript SDK – moltin – Medium

Re-imagining our JavaScript SDK

☞ 

#Reactjs #javascript

  • So, to make that easier for all our users, we released our first incarnation of the JavaScript SDK back in 2013.
  • Key problems we wanted to address immediately were: – Removal of CoffeeScriptFully testedAutomatic authenticationWith the overall objectives of: – Releasing a solid piece of work to build onMaintaining correct semver off a base versionFollow standard patterns to increase the overall support baseThe automated authentication was one of the bugbears of…
  • By following a standard pattern we’re able to release the JS SDK as a single piece of work that can enable functionality across huge swathes of JavaScript technology out of the box, including NodeJS, TVJS, and standard Javascript.
  • By re-envisioning the SDK we’re putting in place a solid foundation on which we can start building better functionality and longer term goals with our community of developers and our team within moltin.
  • As always, the moltin goal is to change how developers build commerce completely, and the JavaScript community and its developers are a huge part of that mission.

One of the primary reasons we started building moltin was to bring the huge potential of secure commerce to the frontend, to the JavaScript developer! Over the last couple of years we’ve seen the…
Continue reading “Re-imagining our JavaScript SDK – moltin – Medium”

The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap – codeburst

  • The 2018 Web Developer RoadmapAn illustrated guide to becoming a Frontend or Backend Developer with links to coursesWant to learn to code?
  • Instead, use these maps as a starting point to help guide your learning as you go.This awesome illustrated guide to becoming a web developer was created by Kamranahmedse and posted to GitHub under the CC BY 4.0 License.
  • Below the map are additional resources to aide your learning.You need to learn the basics and build a solid foundation of web development principles.
  • There are many ways to do this, but in my opinion, The Web Development Bootcamp is the best and easiest way.Now that you’ve taken the first bootcamp and know how to build full stack web applications, it’s time to take your learning a little deeper.
  • The Advanced Web Development Bootcamp introduces complex technologies, frameworks, and tools you can use to build beautiful, responsive, web applications.

Want to learn to code? There is no better time to start than right now. Below is an illustrated roadmap focussed on how to become a developer in 2018. Don’t let these illustrations scare you. You by…
Continue reading “The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap – codeburst”

The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap – codeburst

The 2018 Web #Developer Roadmap:  by @BrandonMorelli #JavaScript #ReactJS

  • The 2018 Web Developer RoadmapAn illustrated guide to becoming a Frontend or Backend Developer with links to coursesWant to learn to code?
  • Instead, use these maps as a starting point to help guide your learning as you go.This awesome illustrated guide to becoming a web developer was created by Kamranahmedse and posted to GitHub under the CC BY 4.0 License.
  • Below the map are additional resources to aide your learning.You need to learn the basics and build a solid foundation of web development principles.
  • There are many ways to do this, but in my opinion, The Web Development Bootcamp is the best and easiest way.Now that you’ve taken the first bootcamp and know how to build full stack web applications, it’s time to take your learning a little deeper.
  • The Advanced Web Development Bootcamp introduces complex technologies, frameworks, and tools you can use to build beautiful, responsive, web applications.

Want to learn to code? There is no better time to start than right now. Below is an illustrated roadmap focussed on how to become a developer in 2018. Don’t let these illustrations scare you. You by…
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How to Draw an Owl with React: A Migration Story

Do you know the four P’s of migrating to React? Learn 'em now:  #reactjs cc: @ReactJS_News

  • A few months ago, I wrote about our adventures building a brand new project using React.
  • Our existing SparkPost app was built many moons ago in the ancient framework known as AngularJS.
  • Shortly after that article was published, I started in on my plan to improve the Angular app.
  • Ultimately we realized that the fastest and safest way to rebuild our entire app in a brand new framework was to do exactly what I’d publicly ridiculed: direct migration, i.e. a parallel rebuild.
  • Step 2: Draw the rest of the [censored] owl.

Sometimes even the best-laid plans need to be re-laid. A walk through on how (and why) we’re migrating our Angular app directly to React.
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The Road to learn React

  • All JavaScript ES6 features I describe on the journey to learn React will transition from ES5 to ES6 in the book.
  • The book does not only teach React, but also all useful JavaScript ES6 features for React.
  • I encourage developers to reach out after they have finished the book and build their first React applications.
  • This book focuses on React as the first building block.
  • It only delivers the view layer, but the React ecosystem is a whole flexible and interchangeable framework.

The Road to learn React is your way to learn ReactJs in 2017 by building a real world application. You will get a foundation before you dive into more advanced topics like Redux, Flow and React Router. It’s a huge tutorial …
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React JS, Angular & Vue JS

  • There are lots of different frameworks like Angular, React or Vue, libraries and other packages (like webpack).
  • You’ll get an introduction into the three most important JavaScript frameworks (Angular, React.js and Vue.js) and you’ll also get a detailed comparison!
  • This will then allow you to pick other resources or courses to dive super-deep into your chosen framework whilst having a solid foundation already.
  • Throughout the course, we’ll dive into the basics of these frameworks but we’ll also have a look at why we use them to begin with.
  • Not only are we going to dive into the basics of the three most popular JavaScript frameworks, this course will also draw a detailed comparison.

Angular (Angular 2 or 4), React or Vue? Get a Crash Course on each of them and a detailed comparison!
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Pepperoni

  • Pepperoni makes your life easier.
  • Pepperoni is a blueprint for building cross-platform mobile experiences rapidly with ready-to-use integrated building blocks for common mobile app features.
  • Focus on the features that set you apart from the competition, instead of building your app from the ground up.
  • A free and open-source framework to kickstart your mobile product development for Android and iOS, powered by React Native.
  • Deploy instant app updates directly to users with CodePush

Read the full article, click here.


@newsycombinator: “Pepperoni – A framework to build apps faster, powered by React Native”


Pepperoni is a free and open-source framework to kickstart your mobile product development.”


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