JSCAMP Virtual is open for registrations. Angular DevTools released. Vue will drop IE11 support. React 18 roadmap is discussed.
In-person and remote conferences are spinning up. NodeJS, Deno and TypeScript releases. Reflections on the next 10 years of Node
Have you ever thought about trying typescript for your app's front end? It's enticing, but the thought of porting all that existing JS is just too much. But what if you could gradually introduce typescript into your existing app, only using it where it made sense? In this article, Ayo Isaiah shows us how to do just that.
To decide on a front-end for your Rails app, you need a feel for the options. Does a certain JS framework speak to you or does it make you feel dirty inside? There's only one way to find out! In this article, Julio Sampaio walks us through creating a React app from scratch and integrating it with a Rails back-end via webpacker.
Before you can decide on a front-end for your Rails app, you need a feel for the options. Does a particular JS framework speak to you or does it make you feel dirty inside? There's only one way to find out! In this article, Julio Sampaio walks us through creating an Angular app from scratch and integrating it with a Rails back-end via webpacker.
Good news, 'badgers! We just shipped an official Vue.js integration for Honeybadger. When your Vue apps are on fire, Honeybadger alerts you of exceptions in real-time, helping to identify the root cause so that you can fix them—fast.
In this post I discuss how to "modernize" a Docco workflow by adding a development server with live-reload.
Rails 5.1 will no longer depend on JQuery. I ran the UJS test suite on several versions of IE to see how nicely the new system plays with legacy browsers.
Building a Chrome extension? Here’s a way to track and report errors using Honeybadger. In this post, Sam Smith of Sigstr shares how he set up Honeybadger to track errors, using CommonJS examples in our document library.
You tried turbolinks, once, and soon your app began to fail in strange and wonderful ways. But some people make it work. What's their secret? The answer is so simple, it just might amaze you.