For a long time now, my editor of choice has been Sublime Text 2. However, it’s best features are not obvious out of the box, and some need installing as packages.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, an animation can be worth even more! Sometimes a screenshot isn’t enough to illustrate a feature, but you don’t want to create a full-on demo movie. For a tweet-sized demo you just need a gif…
Since a few other developers on the OME team are showing an interest in starting to work on OMERO.figure, I’m giving an intro chat/workshop soon. So, here’s a few hastily assembled thoughts on what you might need to know…
In React.js, components should use
state as the source of data for
rendering HTML. The
props is for static data and the
state is for
the component to store data that changes.
I wonder if I’m making a newbie mistake here (just not found the “right” way to fix this problem) or if this is a neat way to solve a common use-case…?
We’ve recently been considering how to clean up the aging “jQuery soup” that the OMERO web client has accumulated over the years.
It’s a little late for the new year, but I thought I’d try and summarise my 2015.
Having recently read a bunch of end-of-year blog posts (linked from Jeremy Keith’s), I decided it’s about time I started a blog of some sort.