Egghead Instructor Simon Bailey

Simon Bailey

Simon Bailey is a frontend developer and author based in the UK, specializing in JavaScript development and application architecture. He founded Newtriks Ltd, cofounded Sayansho Ltd and has been remotely contracting for the last 10 years. Husband, father, and lover of the golden age of hip hop.



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Creating a Fake API with Hapi For Your Client-Side Application

Reloading React component tests using webpack-dev-server

Unit testing a React component using Jasmine and Webpack

node tutorial about Creating a Fake API with Hapi For Your Client-Side Application

Creating a Fake API with Hapi For Your Client-Side Application

3:56 node

When developing client-side applications, you may find you're in the situation where you require data from a server-side API that is not yet available. The lesson will teach you how to make use of the hapi-dummy-api plugin to create an API that will return fake data to your client-side application.

react tutorial about Reloading React component tests using webpack-dev-server

Reloading React component tests using webpack-dev-server

2:16 react

Unit testing a React component using Webpack and Jasmine, can involve slow and repetitive tasks when confirming that tests are passing when your code changes. For example, manually running commands instructing webpack to compile code plus refreshing the browser. This lesson demonstrates how to speed up your development time by automating these tasks using webpack-dev-server.

react tutorial about Unit testing a React component using Jasmine and Webpack

Unit testing a React component using Jasmine and Webpack

4:04 react

An introduction on unit testing a ReactJS component using Webpack and Jasmine. Learn how to use Webpack to package and import dependencies plus take advantage of the babel-loader to write a simple Jasmine spec using the latest ES6 syntax.

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