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Eclectic Saddlebag

Welcome to my Eclectic Journey.

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HTML Parcel Build

So far in this series, we have looked at the benefits of using a Boilerplate to streamline your workflow, and a two articles on how to setup a React Boilerplate with [parcel][parcel] instead of Webpack. In this article we will explore a proposed workflow instead of traditional means to compile and bundle a traditional HTML/SCSS project using Parcel.

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Pagination Styling in Rails

Adding pagination to any web site can be a challenge. Luckily, there are a few ways to accomplish this is Rails. This article will add pagination to a simple post and then we will configure Tailwind for styling to pagination block.

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React Boilerplate - Part 2

Welcome to week three in this article series, "Streamlined Workflow." In this week's article we will continue to build out a Boilerplate configuration for React. Last week we built out a working boilerplate but without much functionality. This week we will look at code quality, deployment enhancements, and styling.

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React Boilerplate - Part 1

Welcome to week two in this article series, "Streamline Workflow." In this week's article we will explore a Boilerplate configuration for React. The idea to to have a turnkey solution, so you can start developing quickly, instead of wasting time reconfiguring the default Create React App generated starter.

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Streamline Workflow

It is fun to learn new developing technologies. As you try these new systems, most provide an installation bundler to get the new end user started. This bundler's work well for the beginner and help facilitate more suers trying out new technologies, or to become more interested in a specific technology.

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