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#144 – April 23, 2018


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Serverless React Web App with AWS Amplify — Part One

Having previously posted about Accelerating Mobile Development with AWS Amplify, I thought I’d do the same for the Web, using AWS Amplify, Amazon’s new JavaScript Library for app development.

Forms at scale: 2 years of redux-form

I think it’s time for me to share our experiences and the tools we adopted to make us more productive when dealing with forms. I won’t get into user experience in this post because I believe there’s already plenty of good content available.

How not to Make your Projects Succeed with ImmutableJS!

When I first learned about ImmutableJS I was convinced it was a great addition to any project. So I tried to make it a working standard at Theodo. As we offer scrum web development teams for various projects going from POC for startups to years lasting ones for banks, we bootstrap applications all the time and we need to make a success of all of them!

Redux 4 is here! 🎉

If you're a React user, this is going to be a lot like going from 15 to 16. Not a lot of user-facing changes, but some interesting improvements under the hood.

Creating Multiple React or React Native Components in One Command

As software developers we always try to find shortcuts to speed up our workflow and productivity. When working on big or small projects I find that structuring and organizing your files and folders is really important. In React.js this is no exception.


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