At this time last year, I felt a little down. All around me, friends were achieving milestones, making resolutions, and declaring high hopes for the new year. I couldn’t quite figure out what my goals were or what I was looking forward to. Little did I know that — in many ways — 2019 would … More Ringing in 2020!
After much careful thought and consideration, the GDI Boston Leadership team — which I have been part of for the past two years — has decided to step down. Read our announcement here: http://bit.ly/gdi-bos-resignation. Join our new group, Inclusive Tech Lab Boston, on Meetup, Slack and Twitter! We want ITL to be a space for … More Update: From Girl Develop It Boston to Inclusive Tech Lab
I’m excited about the technologies I discuss in this article because they keep my code clean, maintainable, and type-safe — Saving me lots of dev time. Another reason why I’m excited: My new team at work is about to rewrite their major application with some of these tools (and other cutting-edge ones)! Check out the … More Published on Hacker Noon: “State management with React Context, TypeScript, and GraphQL”
Tired of debugging type errors in your state? Want up-to-date documentation for your React apps? Read on! When I first encountered TypeScript, I felt a decent amount of despair: Why did I have to write what felt like more boilerplate code? When using it with React, why did I have to determine the type of … More State management with React Context, TypeScript, and GraphQL
My first ever piece on Hacker Noon — a Medium publication that curates quality content for software developers — made it into the week’s top stories. See my updated post on virtual reality with React 360 here.
Recently, I built a virtual reality application called Find Your Zen — originally built in React VR, now ported over to React 360 — which allows the user to choose his or her immersive meditation environment, each of which comes with its own mantra inspired by the show “The Good Place”. If you want an … More Virtual reality with React: Moving from React VR to React 360
Imagine finding yourself at the top of a thrilling roller coaster, traveling through a vein in the human body, or being transported to the bustle of a faraway city — all without leaving your room. With Facebook’s new Oculus Go, I was able to treat my mother to a gondola ride through Venice on Mother’s … More Facebook’s new Oculus Go increases access to high-quality VR
Last night, my sister and I went out to dinner at one of Boston’s newest restaurants, Spyce, which opened five days ago. Via a large touch screen, I keyed in my order — part of a menu with fully customizable options for people with allergies or special diets — paid with credit card, and received … More An award-winning Boston restaurant run by robots
Recently, I published a post introducing Recompose — a utility belt for React — in a React VR meditation app called Find Your Zen. You can find the original post here. It covers some awesome aspects of Recompose and functional programming in general. We wound up with a refactored application, but as with all programming … More Recompose with React VR, Pt. 2
Functional programming is a hot topic in React development these days, and for good reason. At work, when I began using Recompose, “a React utility belt for function components and higher-order components” created by Andrew Clark, I liked the way Recompose instantly transformed the way I coded — and thought about coding — in React. … More Recompose with React VR
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