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How To Setup an Android Emulator to work with React Native (Expo) on Mac

Posted on Thursday, January 18th, 2018

The goal is to emulate an Android smartphone on macOS so that you can easily develop and immediately see the changes on the screen. Furthermore, you can use other debugging tools that can make it even more useful. 1. Install Android Studio with the SDK tools 2. Install Genymotion (the emulator) and Virtual Box for […]

The Most Effective Macbook Backup System With rsync-time-backup

Posted on Friday, January 12th, 2018

Time Machine is slow. It might be the best solution for most people but it certainly is not for people that have thousands of small files that constantly change (programmers). This being said, the best solution I found for backing up your Mac is definitely Rsync-Time-Backup. It’s free and open source It’s highly flexible It’s […]

A Simple React + Redux example

Posted on Thursday, January 11th, 2018

It took me awhile to understand how Redux worked. Here is a very simple example that hopefully will help you if you’re in the same situation. The App Here’s what it does: There’s a list of posts. Each post has an ID, title and a button. You click the button in one of the posts […]

Using React.js with WordPress

Posted on Saturday, July 15th, 2017

In this post I’ll show you how you can write ES6, Webpack with React.js and use it in WordPress. The process will use Gulp to compile a folder /src/js in your WordPress theme into a bundle.js that will then be wp_enqueue in your functions.php. You can check out the whole project at github. 1. Create […]