I’ve been discovering some errors during my journey of React Native development in Arch Linux because most of the time I use macOS and a few others with Windows… but as always, I want to share with you the way I fixed it.
Building applications with React Native on Linux and macOS usually need some extra configuration like set environment variables that sometimes are not clear about where or how to put them.
Since right now I am using Arch Linux in my second computer, I decided to configure it to develop a React Native application so I installed everything and at the moment to run the app with
Back in those days (like 7 years ago), the list of technologies you needed to learn in order to become a Web Developer were not so big than now and it was easily to choose the right path for it but over the years that task has become even harder because people started to build more tools so the developers can do a better job.
You are probably using the following command when you are trying to connect to your server through SSH
ssh -i id_rsa_myserver.pub firstname.lastname@example.org
Which is valid but it takes some time to remember which of your several ssh keys is the indicated one for that specific server. Fortunately, there is a simple way save that time.
Two weeks ago I started a new personal project, doing the whole process from planning to its execution (as always do with my clients).
When I began with the design, interface, etc. I got stuck because since I am not a designer but only a developer, that task become harder when I started thinking on the colors. So I decided to start looking for some color palettes and I found some very good websites that I want to share with you.
Being a freelancer always implies to cover the full requirements of the clients and at some point, one of them will request to you to build a website without any kind of JS framework (https://reactjs.org/, https://vuejs.org/, etc).
That happened to me, so I thought that I didn’t want to work using simple html + css and that’s why I decided to build a Webpack starter for those specific projects.
One of the hardest challenges (at least for me) of being a full-stack developer is the design side because when I usually “build” a design for a client I’m not actually designing anything but I do research a lot looking for free UIs then I can take parts of some of them in order to have something unique to offer to my client.
I have a DigitalOcean droplet for testing purposes and usually I deploy static websites, NodeJS APIs and Laravel projects and in order to get the Laravel and the NodeJS servers working in the same droplet, I need to set a different port for each one using Nginx and FirewallD to open the port.