Firstly, I use create-react-app to create my project files. But then I’ll delete everything in src folder and start from scratch to get the things I want to have in it. In preparation for some packages I’ll need later on, I “yarn add” (same as “npm install”, using yarn the following packages: redux, redux-promise, react-redux, and […]
The Dating Game: Understanding Price Anchoring by Nathan Allotey nathanallotey.com/wclax || freelance jumpstart podcast Nathan talked about spending too much time with the client but not closing. He came to realize that, rather than giving people a yes/no option of using his services, he would use Price Anchoring to give them a few options to choose […]
I was recently having a problem using React Router where my components would not update properly. Sometimes components can get out of sync with their current locations. I was able to solve this by wrapping my Redux connect function in a withRouter(). Link to article on update blocking.
I have long suffered with migraines. Currently I track my daily migraines on an Excel spreadsheet, but I am going to create my own app to track them using the MERN stack Node, Express, MongoDB and Mongoose on the server. I will develop the client in React. npm init -y to create my package.json file […]
I have just finished v. 2.0 of CryptoTracker. I have the backend server done, and putting the finishing touches on the front-end. Most of the functionality is there, but I’m still working on formatting. On the home page, I have a chart and graphs that rely on an api call to cryptocompare.com. When I’m logged out, […]
If you are trying to start a server on a specific port and get an error saying the port is already in use, you can type “ps ax” in a bash terminal to get a list of process running. In this case I looked for the node processes. Then you simply type “kill” + the […]