I’ve been using React.js for a little while now, both in my 9 to 5 job and for my own projects, and during that time I have started evolving my own set of React.js best practices.
Of late I have been deep in Angular land and I just thought I’d share a little discovery that I was shown by a fellow work college the other day.
Thankfully these days we have a handful of tools to help with this situation. Let’s examine RequireJS in an attempt to decide if it’s for you… or not.
Of late there has been a little bit of hype around this “webpack” thing. Hopefully this post gives you an overview of what it is, how to use it and if it’s worth all the hype.
I have been following Dave’s development for a while now and have been keeping an especially close eye on his work with Jekyll.