This weekend I was working on my side project to list and display all my future tech talks. This is an overengineered web app built using CRA and Spectacle, with a little bit of React Router (I'll write about it in another post). I want to be able to display
In early days of web, I use flash state a lot to send message after redirection. It's easy to do it using server side code, because we can use session & cookie. Now that we use SPA everywhere, navigation happen in client-side using browser history API. If you're using React
Auth0 was the authentication provider I chose for my blog dashboard. They're simple and easy to set up, but I mainly used them because I haven't had the time to build one myself. Few months after my blog went live, I begin rewriting authentication logic to the blog API itself.
This weekend, I finally got some time to work on my blog again after so long. I've been waiting Next.js to support custom server handler for some time and they finally did in v2. My blog frontend is originally a simple Express setup with React as the component model.
This weekend, I was just checking Google Webmaster Tool for my blog when I found out that the site property is missing. The problem was that Google failed to verify my site because there was no Google Analytics tracking code available (I choose GA tracking method to verify the site
As a software engineer, I spent most of my time in text editor and terminal. I use Hyper for my terminal app and Atom as the text editor. For quite some time, I used Atom Material UI theme and One Dark syntax theme in Atom. Then I found someone sharing