Getting into react part 2

22 Jul 2017 “react” series Getting into React Part 1 Getting into React Part 2 One thing should be clear right from the start: There is no single path to get your react application up and running. This is simply due to the fact that there is a huge array of alternatives with...

Getting into React Part 1

21 Jul 2017 “react” series Getting into React Part 1 Getting into React Part 2 All posts in this series use versions around July 2017, i.e. React: late v15s Typescript: v2.3.4 etc. - you know things are in flow. While react has been quite stable the past years, you never know. The code...

So you need a websocket server, like, now

05 Jul 2017 So, you need a websocket server, like, now. Well, fear no more, here comes websocketd to the rescue! As it says WebSockets the UNIX way Full duplex messaging between web browsers and servers And it’s awfully simple to use. STDIN becomes your input, STDOUT is your output. In other words,...

Amazing morse writing

02 Jul 2017 A week ago the public was allowed onto Freiburg’s airfield, to see what people around aviation are up to. There were also a few people showing off their morse code sending skills - I got fairly impressed, because the one sending morse code wasn’t actually transmitting each sign on its...

Separating MS Bot's soul from its body

25 Jun 2017 For my new gig I had the chance to look into Microsoft’s Bot framework. Said framework exists to provide the foundation of setting up chat Dialogs, similarly to how you would set up screen flows. Through its mechanisms of (de)serialization provide a suspendable state machine to keep a conversation with...