Testing ES6 code

Recently, I’ve changed my webpack workflow, and switched to 6to5, to be able to write more of my React code in ES6 than the current jsx transpiler supports (and because 6to5 just rocks!). You can find this workflow in my boilerplate-webpack-react project. Switching was easy. I’ve just replaced jsx-loader with 6to5-loader and everything worked correctly. Writing code and developing is a breeze with this workflow, especially with react-hot-loader. I didn’t look into writing test though yet, and it took me a little while to find out how to do it, so I explain it here. »

Flux and cqrs

About flux and cqrs, what do I want to write about this??? Things I want to find out. actions in the past: because it’s something that has happend. nothing todo about it. deleting actions is not possible, only update. Store all actions in an event store for replay? How about authentication and validation actions and flux. For example: action ‘MESSAGE_SUBMITTED’. But the message must be validated before it is added. »

Creating my first cordova app

installation on ubuntu 14.04 prerequisites sudo apt-get install default-jdk sudo apt-get install ant npm install -g cordova android sdk http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html creating a project in folder cordova create test-app cd test-app set the android emulator PATH=$PATH:~/Software/android-sdk-linux_x64/platform-tools/:~/Software/android-sdk-linux_x64/tools/ android installed Android 4.4.2 (API 19) add a platform cordova platform add android set everything in www run connect device in debugg cordova run android emulate android tools cordova emulate android webview chrome://inspect/#devices https://developer. »