Happy Friday Everyone,

Happy 2017! In the spirit of starting off the new year with good habits, here are articles by Icicle tech which covers Ruby on Rails, Elixir, React Native, Mobile and Javascript.

We are here to share some of the latest articles on Building a CQRS/ES web application in Elixir using Phoenix, Use JavaScript whenever possible with React Native, Introducing Inferno 1.0 and much more.

Contents
  1. Ruby On Rails
  2. Elixir
  3. Mobile
  4. ReactJS/React Native
  5. JavaScript
  6. HTML & CSS

Ruby on Rails

A look at concurrency in Rails 5.0 - A tour through some of the concurrency concepts and options available in Rails 5.

Common Rails Idioms that Kill Database -A look at some of the biggest culprits when it comes to database queries bogging down your app.

Your first Progressive Web App on Rails - This tutorial demonstrates how to make a Progressive Web App on Rails using Service Workers via the serviceworker-rails gem.

Elixir

Integration Testing Phoenix With Wallaby - This blog post contains a recent Phoenix project with its basic setup called Wallaby.

Building a CQRS/ES web application in Elixir using Phoenix -Case study describing how to built a web application following a Command Query Responsibility Segregation and event sourcing (CQRS/ES) pattern in Elixir.

Maxwell: One HTTP Client to Rule Them All -A Elixir HTTP client which allow developers to customize its behavior with middleware.

ReactJS/React Native

Thinking Statefully -Article on how to Develop “Stateful” or “Declarative” Thinking in React.

A starting point on using D3 with React -A guide focussing on implementation and challenges for using D3 with React

How To Add React Router To Create React App - Add React Router to Create React App quickly and painlessly

Use JavaScript whenever possible with React Native - Good Practices: Why you should use JavaScript whenever possible with React Native

Mobile

Mastering Firebase Notifications -This post is about how to send and receive notification with Firebase.

Things to consider before running background tasks - This article focuses on the advantages and disadvantages of various threading mechanism in a hope to help you choose which way to go.

Making Mobile Apps with Qt - Learn why development with the Qt framework that V-Play offers is the right choice for your next project.

JavaScript

Functional JavaScript: Resolving Promises Sequentially - How to use the methods of Promises consecutively.

Authoring and publishing JavaScript modules with Flow - A Brief look on the concept of writing typed JavaScript with Flow.

3 JavaScript Libraries to Keep an Eye on in 2017 -Did you suffer JavaScript overload in 2016? Tim Severien suggests two frameworks and a library that, in his opinion, you should be watching this year.

Introducing Inferno 1.0 - An extremely fast React-like javascript library for building modern user interfaces.

HTML & CSS

Use a Sass Variable for a Selector - This post tells us about how to use certain selectors in multiple places in our code.

Use CSS to format markdown or HTML files - This blog contains few additional features including the ability to inject tags directly into R tables and with some examples.

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