Svelte has been seeing increasing amounts of traction lately but there are sometimes a bit of a dearth of examples of how to use it to build real-life applications. This tutorial illustrates how to build a minimalist application that stores its data in a database and requires login.
You can find the complete code on Github.
We will use Sapper, the Svelte-powered server for easily building isomorphic applications. You can set up a new project with a single command:
npx degit “sveltejs/sapper-template#rollup” sapper-mood
“sapper-mood” is the name of the project you’re creating.
node scripts/setupTypeScript followed by
yarn to install dependencies and
yarn run dev to start the development server. …
I’ve been living permanently in Airbnbs for years. I have 250+ Airbnb stays all around the world, from Tokyo to small villages in Mexico, from small towns in Poland to San Francisco.
In many cases the stay was needlessly spoiled by things the host didn’t think of. Many of these are easy to fix and seem to happen again and again. I therefore thought I’d write a guest’s perspective on what makes for a good Airbnb stay.
All communication benefits from being concise but unambiguous. An Airbnb listing is no exception.
When choosing an apartment I frequently spend hours trying to figure out basic things about the apartment. Is this photo the other side of the living room or a separate room? Does that mean there are two rooms? Is that a tree outside the window? So it’s on the ground floor? Is there a router anywhere on a picture or might it be in a different apartment? …