Ryan Lanciaux

Hi đź‘‹ I'm Ryan Lanciaux. I run Spaceship Studio, LLC. a consultancy specializing in fast and dynamic web and native mobile applications.

I live in Ann Arbor with my wonderful family! In my freetime, I create electronic music.


Effortless Application bundling: React + Parcel in under 2 minutes

25 September, 2019

Bundle Web Applications effortlessly Bundlers are used to take our various source files (JavaScript, CSS, Sass, etc). and prepare them for…

Better frontend development with inspiration from the culinary world

20 September, 2019

Software development, as an industry, has a constant struggle with shipping quality code. While many developers have metrics for what…

Windows Subsystem for Linux for JavaScript development

16 September, 2019

My beloved MacBook Pro is currently with Apple Care for some repairs. Unfortunately, I have a lot to do this week and no other computers…

Use a Provider component in Storybook

20 August, 2019

Storybook is awesome for building components I frequently use Storybook and styled components / Emotion when building component…

Ignoring files in git

19 August, 2019

No, this isn’t a post about .gitignore The file is a great way to exclude files from a repository for all users. This post is not about…

NeoVim for Software Development

01 May, 2019

I’ve recently been interested in using the tried-and-true vim editor again. For those unfamiliar, vim is an editor that was first released…

Amazon Echo Costume

26 October, 2017

My daughter is super ecstatic about Amazon Echo. When it came time to pick a Halloween Costume, she quickly decided an Amazon Echo is what…

A feature based approach to React development

24 August, 2017

There are a lot of opinions around how to arrange a React project. In this post, I want to talk about feature folders and why I think they…

Releasing node packages

20 August, 2017

When releasing a new version of an open source project, it’s important to make sure a series of things happen in the same order for every…

Running Jest on Linux

17 August, 2017

I frequently switch between devices and operating systems and recently ran into a strange bug when running unit tests in Linux. Jest would…