Posts Tagged “javascript”

Modern JavaScript in Rails

Over the past year, JavaScript has matured quite a bit with the latest additions to the spec in ES2015/ES6. With these improvements, JS tooling has also benefited and tools like babel allow developers begin writing ES2015, even before browsers fully support it. Meanwhile, Ruby on Rails, where CoffeeScript is still...

Overview of React and Flux

This will be the first in a series of posts covering React and Flux. The goal of this particular one is to provide a high level overview before we dig into the specifics, so don't worry if you feel a bit lost as I will likely gloss over many details....

JavaScript Function Memoization

In this post I am going to walk through when you might want to use memoization for your JavaScript functions and how you can easily memoize any function. Before we can go much further, let's define what memoization is.