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How to Understand Ember Actions in Context

When creating any web application it will at some point need to respond to user input. In Ember, this is accomplished with “Actions.” Often it seems that, although we use actions a lot, we might not have a great grasp on what they do. We know the basics — an action is a function that is most often triggered by user interactions. But to understand any functions in JavaScript, you really need a good bit of context. When using...

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May today be the day you enjoy life and your code.

As developers I know we have a habit of just digging in and working endlessly. We do it for passion, we do it for fun, we do it when we're bored... for a pay check. But after a while, we forget to take breaks, to stop and smell the roses. My son is laying in the hospital with a life altering illness, with the possibility of him never coming home. It's brought a lot to us, stress, hurt, fear... love, closeness and...

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"Synchronous" fetch with async/await

Originally posted at Medium. TL;DR async/await allows us to program using asynchronous requests in a "synchronous" manner using the modern versions of Javascript. A hypothetical introduction As web developers, we make requests to APIs a lot – not only to our own APIs but to others’, too. As we all know, they can be a real pain in the ass. What if we wanted to make a request to a hypothetical...

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The Best Way to Achieve Your Life Goals

Originally published as one of the topics of my newsletter edition #2. Get new editions weekly together with bonus Ultimate Professional Networking Cheatsheet! Do you know what is one of the best things about being a woman who codes? That you can achieve your goals through code: build a career, become an entrepreneur, create a community, teach people, etc. I am happy that I was so naive at the beginning of my programming journey...

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Spring Cloud Greenwich.SR3 Released

On behalf of the community, I am pleased to announce that the Service Release 3 (SR3) of the Spring Cloud Greenwich Release Train is available today. The release can be found in Maven Central. You can check out the Greenwich release notes for more information. All issues closed in this release across all projects can be found in the Spring Cloud Greenwich.SR3 project on GitHubNotable Changes in the Greenwich Release TrainNew Load...