We shape our tools and afterwards our tools shape us

A simple Babel optimization I recently learned

I've started to use Babel when it was still called 6to5, but just recently I learned that it permits to customize, and optimize its generated output. If you've ever wondered how to get rid of those nasty oneline functions Babel uses all over the place, this post is for you! »

Squash commits with git rebase

Until recently I watched at those people able to squash commits on git as magicians. It turns out, I've probably overestimated them a bit, and now that I've finally learned the trick, I want to celebrate, and share the process with this post. »

Webpack 101

webpack is a module bundler; it takes modules with dependencies and generates static assets representing those modules. It seems pretty straightforward, but it could become easily a mess. In webpack 101 we're going to discover the whys, and hows of the most useful webpack2 setup operations. »

How to disable ESLint rule via JavaScript comment

Since I've switched to ESLint, every time I need to disable a rule locally, I've to google for the correct syntax... I hope writing this post will help me fix my memory issue, or at least it will serve as future reference for myself. »