React lifecycle methods can be confusing if you don’t know which one to use for your particular use case. Today I’m going to show you, which lifecycle methods exist, and how to use them correctly.
Today I set up a mailing list for a weekly newsletter. This is something I already mentioned in a post about my plans for this blog. Now what is it for? Why should you subscribe? I’ll tell you.
Last week, I created this little personal website which will be the home of all my future posts. As you can see, I already took over all my last articles that I wrote over the last two months. So let’s tell you why I write and what you can expect from my future posts. Continue reading A new home for my articles and future plans
I developed enterprise software (.NET) for about six years, when I started to dive into web development. Today I’m going to tell you about the journey, what I could have done better, and what I plan for the future.
If you want to build small page or blog and want to rely on Jekyll as a static site generator instead of using a fully fledged CMS, this article is for you.
An overview on how to use the flexible box layout (short: flexbox)
There are several approaches on creating responsive web apps with ReactJS. Apart from using whole frameworks like Bootstrap, I wanted to create a responsive grid view with styled-components, which was amazingly painless.
In my last article, I showed how I built a HackerNews feed with React and styled-components. In the meantime I could connect this little news feed to the official HackerNews Firebase API. Like the last time, I will show you how I did it and what I experienced while doing so.
Being inspired by a blog post from Dave Ceddia about learning while copying existing products, I came up with the idea of building a small story feed for the HackerNews page while trying out styled-components.