MobX is an easy-to-use state handling library for web frontend projects, but it also ccomes with powerful features built-in. This blog post show cases using reactions.
Have you noticed how fast my website loads? In this blog post, I will explain what usually slows down web pages, and how I was able to improve the performance of my website.
Jest is a nice testing framework for frontend projects. However, sometimes it’s a PITA to set up in projects using TypeScript. This time I decided to write down the steps required to get it running.
During the past few years, I have worked on multiple smaller and larger projects. In this blog post I explain my default project setup for a typical web frontend project.
React 16.6 introduced React.lazy and React.Suspense for dynamic code splitting – I tried it out in a real world project
A tool for automated testing against visual regressions
An introduction to Cycle.js and a story of what I have learned building Meeting Price Calculator in Cycle.js
Setting up my personal blog and posting my first blog post