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SOLVING LIFE'S HARD PROBLEMS
An Easy Way to Make Your Non-Profit Website Bulletproof
Websites seem to always go down at the most inopportune times, don’t they? While it may be easy to chalk it up to Murphy’s law, a leading reason for website outages is web traffic overloading your server or host. Usually website visits are spread out across the course of the days, weeks, and months
Configure ESLint, Prettier, and Flow in VS Code for React Development
Source This short guide will provide you a consistent and reusable development workflow for all React/React Native projects. The more effort you put into writing quality code, the less time you spend on debugging. You can increase your code
Come Celebrate Being a Top 10 Small Business With Us May 5th
Join us this First Friday as we say "thanks!" and celebrate being named a 2017 Top 10 Small Business by the KC Chamber. We'll have snacks and drinks, board games to play, and we will be teaching some coding skills to anyone who wants to
Drupal 8, JSONAPI and Ember Part 1: Building a Decoupled Web App
Drupal 8 and JSONAPI There have been many articles over the past year or so as the JSONAPI module has gained some serious momentum. Right now, there is currently an issue to get JSONAPI as a Drupal 8 core experimental module in 8.4!
Eliminate Boilerplate with React Native Templates
At Code Koalas, we love React Native. We also hate boilerplate and unfortunately it seems like all of our new React Native projects use the same libraries and the same initial boilerplate. We decided to eliminate that boilerplate with React
4 Pillars To Work-Life Balance During The Holidays
Are you ready for the Holidays? Yeah, me neither! Am I excited for them? Absolutely! The two can, and normally do coexist with each other in the madness we call the Holidays. It seems every year that passes, the more surprised I find myself