Repocompare.io is my latest pet project! With this single page application (SPA) you can quickly and easily search and compare Github repositories. If you need a quick and elegant way to compare projects on how many stars, forks, and issues they have, then just visit Repocompare.io and enjoy!
From a technical point of view, this project is built on webpack (and babel) and is using ES6 and JSX (ES2015 to be more precise). The project is based on Facebook’s new beast, React. As a state management, I’m using MobX, and many components and tools from React’s ecosystem, such as React Router and React Autocomplete. The test suite/framework is Facebook’s Jest, which looks and feels really fast. Finally, I used for the very first time CSS modules, a nice implementation of CSS that plays nicely with React’s components.
For those who want to contribute I’ve already set up a project with tasks on Github, so feel free to contribute, especially on the design!
Hi all, after the very successful Gulp boilerplate for web designers and Grunt boilerplate for web designers, I’m very pleased to announce my React boilerplate (it’s as designers friendly as it can be).
It comes with ES6 and ESlint out of the box, and with a webpack configuration that you can actually understand and built on top of it. Feel free to fork, download and play with it!
Those of you that follow my blog might have noticed how fond I am to some of CoffeeScript’s conveniences. They are excellent, but it’s time to leave them behind and start using ES6. Most of CoffeeScript’s goodies already exist in ES6 (with some syntax changes), and your code is guaranteed to be future proof. And if time spent learning CoffeeScript feels like a waste, there’s good news – with a solid CoffeeScript base, transitioning to ES6 will be a piece of cake!