|Issue 252 – November 20, 2017|
Last week I opened up the Early Access Sale for Understanding Re-frame. You can get 60% off the unfinished course with access to all new lessons as they comes out. Of course, members get access to everything already. Add Understanding Re-frame to the cart, Use coupon code REFRAMEPEAP when you’re checking out, and enjoy the new checkmark functionality 🙂 The coupon will expire soon.
I had one free lesson in the course, to give a feel for what you’d learn. The lesson was an overview of the whole Re-frame stack. But because it’s over four hours already (and growing), I decided to make a second lesson free. This one is an overview of the parts of Re-frame.
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Have you ever found yourself printing large maps, trying to find the nested data you’re looking for? Egg Syntax has created a tool to help you quickly explore complex, nested data structures at the REPL.
Neha Batra explains why a brand is important and how to go about building one.
I worked remotely for many years. This article by Jake McCrary has some good guidance.
Well, I wrote out these reasons. Which is most compelling to you?
Arne Brasseur has been working on making his Discourse forum into a place to build a strong community. I’ve never been one for online discussions, but I think I’ll give Arne’s site a try. I really trust his leadership on this. A community site couldn’t be in better hands.
Avdi Grimm was in my home town of New Orleans this past week. After the conference, he reflected on what makes the Ruby community great.
Yes, the course continues. Now with over 4 hours of video lessons. Here are the lessons I’ve published since the last newsletter:
- Embedding strings of HTML
- Embedding Native JS React Components
- Re-frame flow overview (FREE!!)
- Dispatching events
- Handling events
- Effect handlers
Use the coupon REFRAMEPEAP for 60% off.
What does it mean to say things are composable?