React University is a sample project demonstrating how to build real-life applications with React, Node.js, and the Lightning Design System. React University is written using ECMAScript 6 at the client-side (leveraging Babel) and at the server-side (leveraging the new ES6 support in Node.js 4). Watch the video for a quick walkthrough of the application: Highlights […]
Thanks everybody for attending my “Introduction to ECMAScript 6″ session at Dreamforce. The source code for the examples I used are available in this repository on Github. I also wrote this ECMAScript 6 tutorial that would be a great next step if you want to get started with ES6. Finally, the slides for a similar […]
Thanks everybody for attending my Lightning Components sessions at Dreamforce. Many of you have asked for the source code of the examples I used. Here are the links to different blog posts that include the code for Summer 15 orgs. I’ll post Winter 16 compatible unmanaged packages soon. Mortgage Calculator and Amortization Table The source […]
I just wrote a blog post on the brand new Lightning Design System on the Salesforce UX blog on medium. Check it out here. It also includes videos and code for 3 sample apps built with the Lightning Design System.
After the real estate sample application I shared last week, here is a React + Lightning Design System version of the Trader Desktop sample application I’ve shared before using other frameworks. The Lightning Design System is the new CSS toolkit from Salesforce that provides a set of UI components, UI patterns and guidelines focused on […]
If you are building business apps with React, I created a reference application with React and the Lightning Design System: the new language, framework, and vendor-independent CSS toolkit from Salesforce that provides a set of UI components, UI patterns and guidelines focused on Business/Enterprise app development. Check out this video for a quick walkthrough: The […]
With the deprecation of the React tools, the availability of ECMAScript 6 features (natively or through transpilers), and the emergence of Babel as both the React tools replacement and the ECMAScript 6 transpiler of choice, I thought I’d share a simple reference application built with this new stack. In this article, I’ll share three versions […]
In this tutorial, you create a Mortgage Calculator with amortization table using many of the new ECMAScript 6 features. You use Babel to transpile the ECMAScript 6 application and use it in current browsers. You also use Browserify to provide the module implementation. Start the tutorial here
I had a great time presenting “Introduction to ECMAScript 6″ at the TelerikNEXT conference. Thanks to everybody who attended. My slides are available here.
I had a great time presenting “Introduction to React” at the TelerikNEXT conference. Thanks to everybody who attended. My slides are available here.