While we know there is much year left, we wanted to recap some of the great blog posts that have been published during 2015 so far. So please, grab a warm beverage and enjoy some strait-up, Quick Left nerd wisdom.
Recently, a client of ours asked us why our developers split front-end (client) and back-end (API) code into two repositories. In this blog post, we'll highlight six reasons for splitting client and API code into two repositories.
The Posner Center Poverty Hack, hosted by the Posner Center for International Development and Biennial of the Americas, brought awareness to the ways in which innovation in technology can alleviate global poverty. Quick Left joined as a sponsor for the three-night event.
In part one of this miniseries, we talked about the timeline for ES6 rollout, feature compatibility in existing environments and transpilers, and how to get ES6 set up in your build process.
Today, we’ll continue the conversation, looking at some of the easiest places to start using ES6 in a typical front-end Backbone + React project. Even if that's not your stack, read on! There's something for everyone here.
If you want to try out the examples, you can use a sandboxed ES6 environment at ES6 Fiddle.
Chris is joining Quick Left as a software developer.
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