joshtronic

joshtronic

Husband. Father. Pug dad. Born again Linux user. When Iā€™m not making sauerkraut or blogging about it, Iā€™m helping to make it easy to add holiday information to your websites and apps with Holiday API.

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Command-line Basics: Decompressing Archive Files

Learn how to decompress archive files with commands like zip, gzip, tar, bzip2, and 7z.

Command-line Basics: Compressing Files and Directories

Learn how to compress files and directories using commands like zip, gzip, and tar.

Command-line Basics: Managing Processes

Learn how to manage process priority and kill processes using commands like ps, nice, renice, kill, pkill and killall.

Command-line Basics: Identifying Processes

Learn how to find the process ID of running processes from the command-line using commands like top, pidof, jobs, and lsof.

Command-line Basics: Shutdown and Reboot

Learn how to properly shutdown and reboot a system from the command-line using commands like shutdown and reboot.

Command-line Basics: Analyzing Disk Usage

Learn how to analyze free disk space and usage from the command-line using commands like df and du.

Command-line Basics: Scheduling Tasks

Learn how to schedule repetitive and one-time tasks from the command-line using commands crontab and at.

Command-line Basics: Searching File Contents

Learn how to search file contents in the command-line using the grep command.

Command-line Basics: Finding Files and Directories

Learn how to find files and directories from the command-line using commands like find, locate and whereis.

Command-line Basics: Working with Directories

Learn how to work with directories from the command-line using commands like rmdir, rm, mv, cp, ls and tree.

Command-line Basics: Working with Files

Learn how to work with files from the command-line using commands like rm, mv, cp, cat, less, head and tail.

Command-line Basics: Creating Files and Directories

Learn how to create files and directories from the command-line using the touch, mkdir and echo commands. We'll go over some advanced tips to really speed things up.

Command-line Basics: Changing Directories

Learn how to quickly and efficiently change directories on the command-line (shell) using the cd command.

Take Command of Your Environment with env-cmd

In this article you will learn how to add handle environment variables with the env-cmd package.

Corralling Monorepos with Yarn Workspaces

In this article you will learn how to use Yarn Workspaces to work with a multi-package monorepo.

Getting Elements in JavaScript and the DOM

In this article you'll learn how to get elements in JavaScript using native DOM methods like getElementById, getElementsByTagName or getElementsByName.

Start Something Amazing with Hackathon Starter

In this article you will learn how to quickly and easily start a new project with Hackaton Starter for Node.js.

Tough Actin' ReactN

Learn about how to manage state in React with an alternative state management library option: ReactN.

Finally Hooked! What's New in React v16.8

Learn about what's new in React v16.8, with React hooks finally making their way into a stable release.

Improve Your Command-line Scripts by Including a Usage Guide

In this article you will learn how to easily add a usage guide to your Node.js scripts with command-line-usage.

Understanding Constructors with React Components

Learn about the class constructor and how it works for React class-based components. Among other tips, you'll see why it's important to call super() first.

Interactive Command-line Prompts with Inquirer.js

Let's go over how to add interactive command-line prompts to your Node.js scripts using the Inquirer.js npm package.

Liven up Your Node.js Scripts with a Command-line Throbber

Learn how to add command-line throbbers/spinners to your Node.js scripts and make things more fun/visual.

Rendering Arrays in React

In this article you will learn about how to properly render arrays in React.

React Keys and You

In this article you will learn about keys and their importance in your React app when rendering collections.

What's New in React v16.7

In this quick post you we'll go over what's new in React version 16.7.

Code Splitting with React Suspense

In this article you will learn how to use React Suspense to code split and lazy load React components.

Introduction to React Hooks

Learn about Hooks, an upcoming feature of React that has a lot of people excited about. We'll look especially as the useState and useEffect hooks.

HTML5 Input Types Explained

Let's go over all the possible HTML input types; from the default text input, to the number input and even a color picker, or file upload input, to name a few.

Running TypeScript Scripts With Ease with ts-node

In this article you will learn how to run TypeScript scripts without the hassle of manually transpiling.

Testing HTTP Requests in Node.js Using Nock

In this article you will learn how to easily test out your HTTP requests with a library called Nock.

Styling Output from Command-line Node.js Scripts with Chalk

In this short article we'll go over how to style Node.js script output with the Chalk library.

Handling Command-line Arguments in Node.js Scripts

In this article you will learn how to use arguments in your Node.js scripts as well as the commander library to make it all easier.

What's New in React v16.6

With React v16.6 just out, let's go over some of the new features like React.lazy(), Suspense, React.memo(), contextType and getDerivedStateFromError.

Tear-Free Forms with React and Formik

In this article you will learn how to easily build forms with React and Formik.

Introduction to Bulma with React

In this article you will learn the basics of using Bulma components in your React apps using the react-bulma-components library.

Styling Components with React Fela

In this article you will learn how to style your React components with React Fela.

Rapid Prototyping Made Easy with React PowerPlug

In this article you will learn how to rapid prototype stateful components with the help of React PowerPlug.

Beautiful Charts and Graphs with React and Victory

In this article you will learn how create beautiful charts and graphs in React using the Victory components.

Morphing UI Transitions with React Morph

In this article you will learn how to create morphing UI transitions in React apps using react-morph.

Easy State Management with React Values

In this article you will learn about how to easily manage component state with the react-values library.

Building an Autocomplete Component in React

In this article you will learn how to build an autocomplete component in React using only local state and some simple event handlers.

Styling React with Emotion

In this article you will learn how to style components in React using the emotion CSS-in-JS library.

Red Hot Form Validation for React Using calidation

In this article you will learn how to implement form validation using the calidation library in React.

Implementing Infinite Scroll Into a React Component

In this article you will learn how to implement infinite scrolling using React using nothing but component state and an onscroll event handler.

Building an Accordion Component with React

In this article you will learn how to build an Accordion (show/hide) component in React.

Drag and Drop File Uploads in React with react-dropzone

In this article you will learn how to use react-dropzone with React to create a nice drag & drop UI for file upload.

Building a Tabs Component with React

In this article you will learn how to build a simple Tabs component in React.

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