With the release of Webpack 2 a few months back, it’s already a good time to start migrating to this new version.
I want the styles of a component to be associated to that specific component alone. Because of this, I started to investigate what other people were doing about this. I found what I was looking for all along: CSS Modules.
Programming in development mode gives us a lot of helpful features. The final product will be downloaded and executed in the browser, which has limited resources. How many times we’ve closed a web page to never come back because it makes us wait a few seconds too many?
Each change in the code of my current project I was receiving the following React Router error: You cannot change Routes. That meant that I was having to refresh the page manually, rendering the hot reloading almost useless. Let’s see how to fix this.
I was trying to remove the capitalization of some directories in my project, but it didn’t turn out initially as I wanted. If someone were to clone the project she would find the directories capitalized. This happens because Git by default is not case sensitive in my system.
Ghost was giving me
Mixed content errors, these were caused by Ghost serving subresources with HTTP content, therefore weakening the security of the entire page.