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Lodash's "sortBy" method helps you sort data in your collections and "sortedIndex" helps you find where to place new data. In this video, John walks you through how to use each of these methods and how they can work together.
Angular projects require automation. Period.
In this series we will take a look at Gulp. Gulp is a task runner. It is the commander of our army of helper robots that take critical, yet totally mundane, tasks and perform them hundreds of times per day so we don't have to. When we sit down to work, we want to enter a single command, and then spend the rest of our day writing code, testing, and basically not thinking about how it is all glued together in the background.
Automation is critical to any project of significant size. We will start with the Eggly Bookmarks application, and develop proper build automation that will include production ready tools that you can start using in your applications today!
In addition to vector drawing, you can draw bitmap images into a canvas, and also retrieve a bitmap based on the content in a canvas.
Angular 1.4 introduces a new syntax for bindToController. John demonstrates how to use it and what the new options are.
Reflux uses Actions to tell the Stores when to update. We will wire Actions and Stores together to create a simple updatable age field React component.
Webpack loaders are how you tell webpack to resolve your dependencies and you can use a loader built for the babel transpiler to easily enable ES6 code in your project. Full sourcemap support is also available using webpack's devtool property.
In addition to the types built into React.propTypes we can also define our own custom propType validator
With a basic map in place we can add shapes, like US states. We will then see how to style the shapes to make a visually appealing map.
In this lesson, we review the high level concepts that we covered over the course of this series including file structure, sub-modules, data models, ui-router and animations.
The statics object of our React view components is meant to contain values or functions that can be accessed at any time without needing an instance of that component created.