September 2017

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This morning, I’ve been reviewing JavaScript functions. The entire Mozilla JavaScript guide is a blessing. It’s easy to read with good examples.

About a Girl

When Seth MacFarlane’s The Orville premiered, I wasn’t impressed. The show was flat, the jokes didn’t seem to land, and the plot was mediocre. At best, I figured Fox (who is notorious for pulling the plug on good sci-fi) might give this new series a half-season run before shutting down … Continue reading →

In What’s so bad about HTML Comments as structure?, Greg Schoppe explores the problems of using HTML comments instead of an existing standard like JSON in the upcoming Gutenberg editor for WordPress.

In my morning JavaScript JavaScript reading, I’m catching up on arrow functions. The ES6 In Depth: Arrow functions article by Jason Orendorff is a good rundown of how they work.

I’m also still exploring James K Nelson’s tutorial on React’s Most Basics, which runs you through the core of what the React.js framework does without having to understand Babel, JSX, or anything else. Just plain JavaScript.