The technology stack that was inherited from the prior tech team at Research Blocks came with some outdated methodologies. One of those areas was in the deployment of React applicationa on EC2 instances. For Single Page Applications (SPAs), like React, there are better options for rapidly deploying a scalable production app. The Amplify environment also makes it very easy to stand up multiple instances of the application container. These canrepresent different builds such as a development, staging, or test environments. … Continue reading “React Build Settings on Amplify”
I’ve been working on a React App for months that connects on localhost port 9000. Recently the app stopped working after an upgrade to Monterey. Turns out the upgrade also required a number of services to be re-installed via brew. One of those services, php-fpm, is now taking over port 9000 automatically on startup despite not having explicitly set the updated PHP version to run at start. As such, opening http://localhost:9000/ on the browser was routing to PHP apps and … Continue reading “MacOS Monterey Node Port 9000 Refused”
The very first class at The Code Block at The BlockYard is going to begin the journey with WordPress plugin development. This is a starting point only. Something to get the ball rolling. Anticipate multiple forks as we start down the “Code Block chain”. We most certainly will end up in places we don’t expect as we follow this coding journey were it takes us over the next 6 months.
A quick intro to Vue. If you are a jQuery fan I highly recommend looking into adding Vue to your developer toolbox. www.telerik.com/blogs/vue-for-jquery-developers
In a continuing series on using WebdriverIO with Selenium we are going to focus on getting better reporting output now that our environment is setup. The previous article on setting up WebdriverIO should have you up-and-running with basic tests. Now it is time to use some of that “Mocha flavoring” to get useful reports out of our tests. WebdriverIO and Mocha gives you the tools to group together tests and report the results in plain text. Adding Mocha to a … Continue reading “WebdriverIO and Mocha For Better Test Reports”