As we started our first part in this tutorial last time, we’re going to attack now the second part which a lot of people asked about, the Redux implementation.
In this tutorial part, we will create a redux store where our app state will be stored, and that store is considered as the only source of truth of the whole app state.
For some projects, some technical specifications may oblige you to use a self-made React project without using the create-react-app which I personally don’t like while it doesn’t give you enough freedom to personalize your project.
That’s why I would like to share with you this tutorial and show you how to customize yo React app as you wish.
So, in the following steps, we will start the first part of our tutorial by setting up our project with React, Webpack, and Babel.
To start with, I am a Junior software developer working currently in Germany and this current work experience convinced me to use Django-CMS though I worked a lot on n-tier applications’ projects (using Spring boot, Django Rest Framework, React and Angular)
Django CMS is a modern web publishing platform built with Django, the web application framework “for perfectionists with deadlines”.
Django CMS offers out-of-the-box support for the common features you’d expect from a CMS, but can also be easily customized and extended by developers to create a site that is tailored to their precise needs. [source: Django docs]
After a long year (2019) full of ups and downs, fails and success, It was really important for me to go into an adventure and travel around Europe at the end of the year and benefit from the Christmas holidays until the beginning of the new year.
The trip plan was made only two days before starting the adventure when a friend of mine came for a visit to Germany.
The plan was to start from Jena going to Dresden and enjoying the very special and typically german Christmas vibes there, then spending two days in Prague during Christmas holidays…
To start with, let’s have an idea about Prometheus for beginners…
“ Prometheus is a free software application used for event monitoring and alerting. It records real-time metrics in a time series database (allowing for high dimensionality) built using a HTTP pull model, with flexible queries and real-time alerting. The project is written in Go and licensed under the Apache 2 License, with source code available on GitHub, and is a graduated project of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, along with Kubernetes and Envoy.” …