I’ve spent a lot of time thinking of how best to structure React projects over the last few years. This is especially important when React is a central part of the project’s front-end tech stack, as React in itself has very few opinions about how to organize code (it’s a library, not a framework). Here are my notes.
Updating a codebase from one ESLint config to another can be daunting, especially if switching to something more strict. This post proposes a methodology to do those config overhauls step by step, and get the benefits of a new config without putting in all of the effort upfront.
A few years ago, with the release of Pyre from Facebook, I got really excited about the potential of type annotations and type checkers for Python codebases. Having spent a lot of time with Flow, also from Facebook, I was full of hope. Now, let’s see how well static type checking actually works in modern Python.
Have you ever wondered how to test your library against multiple versions of a project like React? Well, there is a way – and it’s not even that complex!