I’ve ported my “welcomescreen” plugin for V2 compatibility. You can check out the latest version on Github and here’s a screenshot how it looks like.
If you want, you can also dingle-ling around with the live demo!
When a project grows it often gets harder to find out which css styles are still required and which can be removed. There are post-processors which analyse your bundle and can remove code that it thinks can be deleted, but this is just the same as treating the symptom instead of curing the disease. In this video I will show you how to keep your css clean by easily finding and removing unused styles in your React app using Radium.
Note: This will only allow for CPU-mining, not GPU.
docker pull hmage/cpuminer-opt
docker run -d hmage/cpuminer-opt -a cryptonight -o [POOL_URL:PORT] -u [YOUR_WALLET_ADDRESS] -p x
Make sure to replace
[YOUR_WALLET_ADDRESS], so for example for me this was:
docker run -d hmage/cpuminer-opt -a cryptonight -o stratum+tcp://eu2.electromine.fr:3333 -u etnjxqRsKWKBtZfw1ba2XFEW8jKKEAnfbepDPeHVXw8Y1UzDsH1z3WJMxBihoiCBr5hT99qWe8UaAgpQ7EbaCTkY77jP2b7fmZ -p x
Now the miner is running.
x would be your password. Usually you don’t need one but you can set it here if you want.
docker stop [process_id]
Today we’ll check out an often overlooked but very neat component in Framework7 which is called Timeline. This allows you to quickly display data like this:
To find out how this works check out my 15 minutes tutorial video on YouTube: