BakersCalc v3 is a complete rewrite from the ground up. It uses React for the front end, Node/Express for the back end API, MySQL for it’s database, and NGINX as a reverse proxy (and as an SSL endpoint).[continue reading]
Before I get started (or yelled at) I have to point out that this topic is already covered in the Create React App docs. This post is meant to cover a very specific use case – serving a react app that uses client-side routing (like react-router) on an Apache driven shared host from within a sub-directory on the server. I’m also assuming you’ve bootstrapped your project with the Create React App tool, since we’ll be relying on it’s build script.[continue reading]
This app was created for logging and visualizing temperature and humidity data using a Raspberry Pi and a DHT22 module. It also features an optional IFTTT notification for high temperature alerts, which can be defined in the script config.
Source code is available on GitHub.