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Day 7: Async Testing

September 25, 2017
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So, definitely haven’t been working on the app lately. It’s been another busy week – went to the Livability Award, added new features to the Sponsorlane dashboard, and attended the API World Hackthon. I ended up not the participating in the hackathon, but I got to check out some cool companies and played around with … Continue reading “Day 7: Async Testing”


Day Six: Slower progress this week. Worked on container & prop-types.

September 20, 2017
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For the last weekend, I spent the days emerge in WordCamp Sacramento 2017. It was my first WordCamp, and it was awesome! Since I didn’t carry my macbook all the way over to Sac, I spend most of my off time studying JavaScript in my iPad. Namely Learning JavaScript Design Patterns by Addy Osmani and … Continue reading “Day Six: Slower progress this week. Worked on container & prop-types.”


How to resolve angry beeping when GalliumOS refuse to boot

September 18, 2017
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This time, I am going to post about a bit of troubleshooting with GalliumOS in my Chromebook. A little detour from my regular NextBus Compare project progress posting. This is more about working with developer tools, I guess. I don’t actually use Chromebook that often since most of my work is on Macbook. As a … Continue reading “How to resolve angry beeping when GalliumOS refuse to boot”


Day Five: Building and Testing Redux Actions

September 15, 2017
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For today, I started working on the actions file with redux’s own action documentation as reference. It seems their sample tend to favor seperating actions types and action creators into different files, but I think I favor keeping them one file for now so it is easier for me to keep track of things. I … Continue reading “Day Five: Building and Testing Redux Actions”


Day Four: Delays, Prismatic to CodeColorer, and New Repo

September 13, 2017
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Delay While I love volunteering at Sunday Streets as route captain, when the event is hosted at Alamo Square, my leg muscle does not love it. For those who don’t live in SF, Alamo Square is on quite the hill. Sunday Street is an open street event, so the only way to travel long distance … Continue reading “Day Four: Delays, Prismatic to CodeColorer, and New Repo”