If you’re running a Next.js app and want to test it with Cypress you probably noticed a problem when it came time to test a server side rendered page. There’s no built in way to mock out requests made in getServerSideProps. When I ran into this and searched around for solutions I found this article that has a good explination of the problem (and diagrams), but I wasn’t satisfied with any of the solutions.… Read more »
I love song covers. Yes, not all of them live up to capture all the spirit of the original recording, but getting through all the bad ones is suddenly worth it when you find the good ones. You might know the ones I’m talking about, they might be faster, cleaner, heavier sounding, different solo’s, or all of the above. You know it’s good when they take the song in a new direction that invokes a new vibe but with all the familiarity of the original.… Read more »
Leaflet Zip Code Map Part 1
In this part of the tutorial we’ll be focusing on what you need to do to get a front end set up to serve up the map and consume the wonderful zip code data.
In case you missed it, here’s what we’re going for:
HTML The html required on the page is almost as basic as it gets since most stuff is loaded in dynamically.… Read more »
This is the first part of a two part series about how to set up leaflet maps to show zipcode areas with some extra data coming along for the ride allowing us to color the zip code areas based on demographics or any other reporting data. I did this using an ASP.NET MVC site and Web API with a Sql Server database. A database is required for this approach but there’s nothing stopping you from reimplementing this in your backend architecture of choice.… Read more »