Relae Relä (GitHub: joakimbeng/relae, License: MIT, npm: relae) by Joakim Carlstein is a library for fetching data from RESTful servers using React components. It can fetch data from a base URL, but can also filter data.
"Data! Data! Data!" he cried impatiently. "I can't make bricks without clay."Sherlock Holmes Quote-The Adventure of the Copper BeechesHave you ever thought how Sherlock’s work would look like if his adventures happened nowadays?
MyChat: a simple real-time client-server chat using fancy HTML5 features and identicons.; Author: Kel_; Updated: 23 Jun 2015; Section: Internet / Network; Chapter: General Programming; Updated: 23 Jun 2015...
Why you should use hosted web apps and how to build one for yourself using manifoldJS.; Author: Jeff Burtoft; Updated: 23 Jun 2015; Section: Client side scripting; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 23 Jun 2015...
On Monday the Node Long-term Support Working Group met to discuss plans for Node's future release schedule. The plan is described as a strawman LTS plan, meaning it's preliminary and hasn't yet been approved.
To allow the user to swipe magnetic card on magnetic reader to fill the Textbox and stop manual field population using keyboard.; Author: Yahya Mohammed Ammouri; Updated: 28 Jun 2015; Section: Web Security; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 28 Jun...
All examples were ran on a 64-bit Ubuntu 14.04 machine on node 0.12.0.Let me tell you a story about the issues I encountered with threads meddling with node.js applications I worked on and explain why you should care.
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A few months ago I wrote a custom hash URL router for a React project. We've been trying to plug in a more generalised open source router, but dealing with the state in our particular application has proved problematic.
Nobody actually makes single page apps in a single page anymore, do they? Some are saying they should really be called native web apps, which sounds fine to me. Anyway, coincidentally two readers sent me their own single page app...
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