BeFunky – Photo Editing & Graphic Design Made for Everyone

At the top of Creating vs. Shipping there’s a featured image that contains the quote I mentioned in the post itself. To create that image, I turned to an online tool named β€œBeFunky Photo Editor”. Even though the more advanced stuff (or extra variants of a brush) requires a paid account, it’s more than enough […]

Automatically create an APK from your Progressive Web App with PWA2APK

As mentioned in How to publish your PWA onto the Google Play Store it’s now possible to publish your PWA’s onto the Google Play Store. Thanks to PWA2APK you no longer need to manually create your APK: β€œjust” enter the URL of your PWA and an APK – which you’ll need to publish manually – […]

Making setInterval Declarative with React Hooks

Dan Abramov’s blog Overreacted is pure gold and contains a ton of information. Take today’s post β€œMaking setInterval Declarative with React Hooks” for example, in which he explains why setInterval and Hooks (which should be released in today’s planned React 16.8 release) don’t play that nice together out of the box. // This won’t work […]

How to publish your PWA onto the Google Play Store

Thanks to the Trusted Web Activity feature in Chrome 72 on Android, the Google Play Store is now open for Progressive Web Apps. Chrome 72 for Android is now shipping from the Play Store to all users and this version included Trusted Web Activity (TWA), that in a nutshell is a way to open Chrome […]

useHooks(🐠) – Easy to understand React Hook recipes

Hooks are an upcoming feature that lets you use state and other React features without writing a class. This websites provides easy to understand code examples to help you understand how hooks work and hopefully inspire you to take advantage of them in your next project. useHooks(🐠) → πŸ’β€β™‚οΈ Not familiar with Hooks? The announcement […]