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The second month in one roof

As workaholics, our second month was a busy one. Nevertheless, we were able to squeeze in some quality time together... which we would like to document on this blog :D The TV We finally bought a television this month, courtesy of our friend Sheryl. She lent us her credit card…

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Easily turn your app to Progressive Web Apps through webpack plugins

If ever we wanted our WebApp available even if the user does not have any internet connection, we would need to use service workers. But the thing with service workers is that they're not "easy" to implement. It's a good thing though that the GoogleChrome team released a node module…

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Why I switched to Visual Studio Code

I used to be a Sublime Text user, and used to always go back to Sublime after trying out other editors. I actually bought a license for $70 even though I could do away without it. I bought it to encourage the developers to keep on improving Sublime. But Sublime's…

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Responsive web designs through EQCSS

EQCSS allows us to style elements based on the element's state. It is similar to CSS' media queries, but with the added feature to style elements based on the element's dimension and contents, and not just based on the browser's width and height. This got me interested since my previous…

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Using JSON parse and stringify to clone objects

Immutability is important. The stackoverflow article that I just linked would explain why immutability is important. I am accustomed to using Immutable.js at work, but when I came across an ancient project that didn't make sense to add a new library just for using immutable objects, I had to…

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Using datasets to avoid inline arrow functions

Adding an inline anonymous/arrow function in React is not recommended due to the nature of how react behaves. The render method would always be called each time a state or property is updated, which would then create a new function if we are using inline arrow functions, and then…

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The first month of our journey

#breakfastdiary, schedule adjustments, cash burn The three keywords that sticks out for our first month together :D #breakfastdiary We started to document our mornings with an instagram post of what we eat during breakfast. It's more of a 'record' just to keep track of what to cook next ;) I still…

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When we tie the knot

Wedding. It's my wedding day today. To be honest, I am writing this blog post way past my actual wedding day, and through the power of editing the post date... the blog post will appear as if I published this post at the day of my wedding :D This is…

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