Josiah Campbell

Making Toast from Scratch in React-Redux


over 1 year ago by Josiah Campbell on Atomic Spin.
Getting UI elements for free is a good feeling. When it comes to popup notifications, other frameworks provide these components for free. For instance,...

Kotlin vs. Java – Why Kotlin on Android is Here to Stay


over 1 year ago by Josiah Campbell on Atomic Spin.
Android is a popular mobile platform, but it lacks some of the basic language features in Java that iOS has with Swift. Even on the Android framework,...

Comparing the New Atom-IDE to Visual Studio Code for Web Development


~1 year ago by Josiah Campbell on Atomic Spin.
GitHub recently launched Atom-IDE, bringing the following in-depth development features to its Atom text editor: Auto completion Diagnostics (errors &Docu...

Phoenix Framework Support and Why Ruby on Rails Still Works


~1 year ago by Josiah Campbell on Atomic Spin.
Functional programming has been successful through React and its derivatives on the front end. Why can’t we embrace it for the full stack? The solution...

Centralize Your Command Line with fish shell Functions


11 months ago by Josiah Campbell on Atomic Spin.
Developers use a lot of customizable tools, and it’s easy to reason through most of them. While text editors and IDEs come with config files and community...

Forcing SSL in Phoenix Framework


10 months ago by Josiah Campbell on Atomic Spin.
Using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) in Phoenix Framework is simple. HTTPS encryption is an important step in securing transport-level data, but it also provides...