Web Development

Introduction to AWS IAM account security and permissions system. AWS account security.

The Design Process for creating this blog. Style Guide, wire-framing, menus, breakpoints etc.

An introduction to working with AWS API Gateway

Reviewing the AWS microservices that we would use to create a serverless application, or partially serverless application.

Breaking logic out of the render function in React component.

Make icon usage DRY and flexible by converting icons to components. Implementing icons into a menu.

Creating a CI/CD Pipeline for a React application using AWS CodePipeline

Setting up a classic load balancer and security groups for a React application on AWS

Containerizing applications for cross-compatibility across machines.

Notes on the Cognito user Authentication and management service.

An overview of the micro-services offered by AWS

How to create background images in a React application.

A collection of useful code snippets.

The new context system in React. Deprecated syntax, new syntax.

Implementing the video part of our Twitch clone. RTMP server, FLV player, structural overview.

Router switches help us solve the problem of wildcard routes rendering undesired components from fixed routes.

Modals can be surprisingly tricky in React, but there is a good way to make them using Portals.

Refactoring a Redux-Form into a standalone component with onSubmit actions passed in as props.

Components must fetch their own data and not rely on the store holding data from any previous location.

Forcibly navigate the user through the application based on triggers.