A nerdly Twelve Techie Days of Christmas for those looking to learn and do Poindextery stuff.
This guy built a Kubernetes cluster on a stack of four Raspberry Pi 3 machines.
Found his blog entry over at DZone.
It’s time I jump into the React development world with both feet. First question, of course, is “How do I set up a React development environment?”
I found the following steps:
- First, install node.js. I found out how to do that over here on this page. Visit the node.js site, download a .pkg file (I’m on a Mac) and run it.
- npm is included in node.js. But we want to update it to the latest version. Do so with the following command:
sudo npm install npm -g
- Install an node.js application that will create your React application project. Use the following command to accomplish this:
sudo npm i create-react-app -g
- Now use a node.js app to create your application. To do so, cd into the directory in which you want to create your project’s directory. Then type:
How to make your Raspberry Pi speak.
Can’t forget those little design details that one always leaves to the last minute…
This website is a great resource on How to enable CORS on your server.
Question and answers about JSONP and CORS.
This article walks you through the steps of
This other article does the same, but is semi-paywalled. (You don’t have to pay, but you do have to sign up to read it):