Implementing wizards with StimulusReflex
27 Apr 2020
Since a little over a year ago, an interesting new category of development techniques emerged in the web technology space. I’m talking about Phoenix LiveView inspired libraries, which provide rich real-time interactivity without (much) client side code.
The basic idea is to keep a websocket connection open for every visitor, send events down the wire where you can react to it on the server side. Afterwards, a full “new” page gets rendered, the result goes back to the client and will then be merged with the current page via a pretty nifty library called morphdom. That might sound complicated, but it really isn’t. From a developer point of view, you won’t even notice how it works. It just does. And it’s plenty fast too.
22 Apr 2020
Thanks to the crazy virus thing going on currently in the world that eliminated all commute times from my shedule, I finally found some time to refresh this site a bit.
VSCode 1.9 January Release
02 Feb 2017
And here is the January release of Visual Studio Code. Lots of fixes and new features.
VSCode 1.8 November Release
14 Dec 2016
The November release of Visual Studio Code just got live – and it’s a pretty good release.
Centering the editor window in VSCode
15 Sep 2016
Since its release last year, I take a glimpse at Visual Studio Code from time to time, just to see how it makes progress (after all, I’m an editor nerd).