I Made an NES Game!
From July 2019 to August 2020, I worked on learning how to code an NES game in 6502 Assembly. I’ll have more details on how I did it, but the final product is below https://www.fangraphs.com/nes/run/fangraphs-arcade And for those who are interested here is the GitHub repo for the project: https://github.com/seandolinar/fangraphs-arcade.
The Site Has Been Migrated to Docker
I’m no longer using GoDaddy hosting! It’s only been 11 years!
Automatically Build GatsbyJS Site When Publishing WordPress Post
With a headless WordPress site, you need a way to communicate with the front end when there is a new post. With a AJAX-only site, the API update should be sufficient, but with a Gatsby or other static site, the site has to rebuild with each update. I’ve created a quick plug-in for WordPress on […]
New Blog Front End Using GatsbyJS
If you visit this site often, you might have noticed a layout change this week. I rebuilt the front end of my blog in ReactJS and GatsbyJS. I’ve been wanting to rebuild the front end of the site for a while now, and I didn’t want to start a new project in PHP and try […]
React Context API: Multiple Consumer and Providers
With React’s Context API you are able to use multiple Providers and Consumers using different context instances. This could be useful if you want to separate different data models into distinct parts of your app. For example, you could have a data context and a table context. One context instance could be used to control […]
React Context API: Three Way Light Switch
In the Way Too Simple Context API example, we made a simple light switch. This post will show why flux, the single source of truth, and Context API are really useful. The last post had just two components (not counting the App component): a light switch and light bulb. Here we are going to add […]
A Way Too Simple React Context API Example
React’s Context API is convenient built-in state management for React Projects. It has it’s advantages and disadvantages over a library like Redux for sending props and changing the app’s state. I’m going to focus on the advantages of using Context API and getting an overly simple example to work. The example in this post only […]
My Dead Simple Redux Example
If you are here, I assume you are banging your head against the wall trying to figure out Redux for a React project. If you are looking for a quick start for a React project that has Redux already setup then this is a good boilerplate: http://mikechabot.github.io/react-boilerplate/. But you are probably still a little confused […]
Make a HTML Table with jQuery
For a project I was working on, I needed a quick, simple solution to make a dynamic table based on data sent back from an AJAX call. I used jQuery to build and manipulate the table HTML, since it was quick to use jQuery and it’s already in my project. After considering a few different […]
R Bootcamp: Making a Subset
Data Manipulation: Subsetting Making a subset of a data frame in R is one of the most basic and necessary data manipulation techniques you can use in R. If you are brand new to data analysis, a data frame is the most common data storage object in R and subsets are a collection of rows […]
R Bootcamp — A Quick Introduction
R, a statistics programming language environment, is becoming more popular as organizations, governments and businesses have increased their use of data science. In an effort to provide a quick bootcamp to learn the basics of R quickly, I’ve assemble some of the most basic processes to give a new user a quick introduction to the […]