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Name: Jason Lotito
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Devember 2016 – Day 6

So, adding in react after the fact was a pain. But it’s mostly working.
I still need to fix actually clicking on the links, but the basics of
React is up and running. Still a lot more work to be done, but still
making progress.

Syndicated 2016-12-07 05:08:35 from JasonLotito

Devember 2016 – Day 5

Another day has gone by.  Another video.  And more code. I learned that the recordings are difficult or impossible to see on screens smaller than an ultrawide, so this means they are mostly useless.  I need to come up with a solution to that if I mean to keep streaming.

From my commit:

So, didn't really think about it before, but decided to add
configuration injection into our commands.  This seems to have worked
out well and I'm happy with the results.  The command defines the
configuration and where it expects it, and the application provides the
external configuration in the appropriate location and it automatically
gets injected.

We also now can display route details.  This still needs more work, but
we are doing well and progressing.

Syndicated 2016-12-06 04:52:29 from JasonLotito

Devember 2016 – Day 4

Day four is done. Got the UI up today, though it’s very basic.  Decided that the API builder should, obviously, not worry about HTML output.  It should be focused on outputting results as if it’s an API, not acting as a template.  That being said, nothing prevents that from happening.  HTTP is, effectively, and API.  But the focus is on data in a format like JSON.

I streamed it once again so you can follow along with the thought process.

I think tomorrow I’ll continue with the UI, building out a system that allows you to compose commands together.

Syndicated 2016-12-05 01:03:42 from JasonLotito

Devember 2016 – Day 3

Day three is done. Not much done today.  Cleanup and work on the output functionality.  I streamed it once again so you can follow along with the thought process.

Added a TODO.md file, which I think is handy in terms of keeping track of my thoughts, on what has been done, and what needs to be done.  I think tomorrow I’m going to work a bit on a UI that is built using this system.  Still not sure of a name.  Still, three days down.  Let’s keep it going.

Syndicated 2016-12-03 22:53:56 from JasonLotito

Devember 2016 – Day 2

Day two is complete. Continued work on the stuff I was doing yesterday.  Streamed it live to no one. That’s fine.  Overall, I’m happy with the progress I’ve made tonight.  Handled outputs, both from defining the API along with the context of the request.

I think tomorrow I might want to tackle parallel commands.  So, if I wanted to fetch multiple pieces of data at once, I could do that.  Maybe I can do something more real tomorrow, such as have something that requests someones Twitter and GitHub feed at the same time.  I could do that.

Syndicated 2016-12-03 04:10:05 from JasonLotito

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