Louis Ansa – Interactive Designer

Source: Louis Ansa – Interactive Designer

Really impressive site made with vuejs.

Vue.js: a (re)introduction

Vue.js is a library for building web interfaces. Together with some other tools you can also call it a “framework”, although it’s more like a set of optional tools that work together really well. Now,

Source: Vue.js: a (re)introduction

Pretty convincing.

React components and reaching for state

Instances of a React Component are created internally in React when rendering. These instances are reused in subsequent renders, and can be accessed in your component methods as this. The only way to get a handle to a React Component instance outside of React is by storing the return value of ReactDOM.render. Inside other Components, you may use refs to achieve the same result.

Source: Component API | React

It would be a lot easier if a reference to the component was saved on the DOM element itself.

Related to this, there’s this question on stackoverflow:

For the purposes of debugging in the console, is there any mechanism available in React to use a DOM element instance to get the backing React component?

Source: React – getting a component from a DOM element for debugging

 

Comparison with Other Frameworks – vue.js

Vue.js – Intuitive, Fast and Composable MVVM for building interactive interfaces.

Source: Comparison with Other Frameworks – vue.js

Vuejs seems very promising and feels more like the web than what I saw in React so far.

React Virtual DOM vs Incremental DOM vs Ember’s Glimmer: Fight

Take a look at competing DOM manipulation libraries and find out which one is faster with a performance benchmark!

Source: React Virtual DOM vs Incremental DOM vs Ember’s Glimmer: Fight

Kit

I’ve been thinking to an app like this for years. It finally arrived.

Kit is a community of experts and enthusiasts sharing our favorite products.

Source: Kit

Amazon WorkMail – Fully Managed Business Email & Calendar Service – YouTube

Was about time…

unix – Delete specific line number(s) from a text file using sed? – Stack Overflow

Source: unix – Delete specific line number(s) from a text file using sed? – Stack Overflow

10.10 – External Monitor Resolution doesn’t go above 1024×768 – Ask Ubuntu

Source: 10.10 – External Monitor Resolution doesn’t go above 1024×768 – Ask Ubuntu

Life saver just in case your linux box does not recognize the native resolution of your external monitor.

Find the the native resolution an rate on the manufacturer site and then:

Pass the output to xrandr to create a new mode:

add the new mode to the external display:

Fixing the Gemfile not found (Bundler::GemfileNotFound) error

This happened to me. Posts like this help a lot.

Source: Fixing the Gemfile not found (Bundler::GemfileNotFound) error