With the HTTP POST uploading a file to Amazon S3, it would be easy to stop and move on. But the user experience for this could be improved. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a progress bar? Or perhaps you want to have the upload occur in-page, without having to redirect the browser back to […]
In the last episode, we looked at the new module syntax in ES6 and how it works with Node.js directly. While the module syntax was fairly simple and flexible, only exploring the node side of things left a big question: How does this work in a browser? In this episode, then, we’ll look at what […]
The watchify command line takes the same basic parameters as the browserify command line. But in addition to bundling your code once, it will watch for file system changes and re-bundle your code automatically. In this episode, you’ll see how to use watchify with browserify, to automate the bundle step for your development environment, reducing the amount of manual effort that it takes to get your application ready for your browser.