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How to Setup Windows for Development: An experiment in using WSL2
A developer's experience using Windows for Node and Ruby on Rails development.
Rails in Real Time: Blastoff
Going over the hows and whys of web sockets in Rails 6.
JSON API Phase 4: Ember
The fourth, and final entry of the JSON API tutorial series. In this phase we'll be creating an Ember app that will connect to the JSON API server.
Pre-cache for Performance
Improve your page load time by pre-caching resources during service worker installation.
Slaying a UI Antipattern with Web Components (and TypeScript)
The RemoteData pattern can simplify your code and make it more robust.
Using Capacitor to Build and Distribute an Elm App
An investigation into using Capacitor to build an existing web app for mobile platforms
A Tale of Four Components
Web Components with Ionic 4 and Elm: Promises and Pitfalls
The next version of Ionic will ship as a collection of web components, usable in any front end framework. Will it work with Elm?
Heading to We RISE Tech Conference
Bendyworks developer Pearl Latteier is heading to We RISE Tech conference, an event dedicated to "growing and showcasing women in technology".
PRPL on Rails Part 3: Service Workers
Improve your site's performance with service worker caching
PRPL on Rails Part 2: Optimize Rendering
Optimize rendering to speed up your site's time to interactive.
PRPL on Rails Part 1: Code Splitting
Awesome times at RailsConf
Bendyworkers were at RailsConf 2018 in Pittsburgh having fun and talking about PRPL and offline.
Bendyworkers Head to RailsConf
JSON API Phase 3: API Server
The second entry of the JSON API tutorial series. In this phase we will be implementing our JSON API server with Express.
JSON API Phase 2: API Design
The second entry of the JSON API tutorial series. In this phase we'll be designing our API and using Swagger
JSON API Phase 1: Setup
The first entry of the JSON API tutorial series. In this phase we'll be setting up our api and client projects.
PRPL on Rails Workshop at RailsConf
Build a Web Component with Nutmeg
Nutmeg is a tool that helps you quickly create, test, and publish a web component.
Introducing Intersection Observer
The IntersectionObserver API is a relatively new web API that allows you to observe when a DOM element enters or leaves a viewport.
Joyful Tech: Angular, Node.js, Performance, and Bad Ideas
Check out these neat tech articles about making performant and modern web applications.
Google Closure Guide: Compiling Without Errors
Get Google Closure compiling without any errors
Building Dynamic Forms in Ionic 2
Building a dynamic form made simple in Ionic 2.
Make a Native Web Component with Custom Elements v1 and Shadow DOM v1
Make an re-useable, encapsulated web component using Custom Elements v1 and Shadow DOM v1
Video Messaging in Rails
Check out how to add video messaging to your Rails app and get it up and running on Heroku.
We ♥ Progressive Web Apps II
Progressive Web Apps bring powerful native features like push notifications, offline, and homescreen install to the web.
Webpack v2 Quick Start
We show how to hit the ground running with webpack and start your development with a basic configuration.
Programmatically accessing ClojureScripts Externs Inference
Optimizing Your CI and WebPack Builds
We show how to optimize your ci and webpack builds with a few plugins and adjusting your configuration.
We ♥ Progressive Web Apps
Progressive Web Apps bring powerful native features like push notifications, offline, and homescreen install to the web
A tale of two selectors in HTML and CSS
AngularJS and Rails Donuts
We explore setting up a Rails backend with an Angular frontend... with donuts!
When a small red circuit board called the Tessel appeared on a crowd-funding site over a year ago, its promise to bring simplicity to hardware hacking caught my eye. It’s now on the market and, with a project percolating in my mind, I ordered one to...
Lists out of lambdas and boxes out of functions
There’s a cool article by Steve Losh called List out of Lambda that reminded me, in a really good way, of a section in SICP. If you want to read the boiled-down scheme version that’s in SICP, here it is: SICP section 2.1.3. What follows is my paraphrasing...