React News Saturday, June 23
- React Native at Airbnb: The Technology – Airbnb Engineering & Data Science – Medium
- Setup React Hotloader In 10 Minutes – LogRocket
- React Developer w/stock options (London FinTech) at Expend Ltd
- React.js Open Source Projects of the Month (v.June 2018)
- 5 Ways to Remove Trailing JSON Comma In While Loop PHP
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- ReactJS.DE → Die deutsche Seite zu React
- Best TypeScript tutorials, books & course 2018 – ReactDOM
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- We have Android, iOS, React Native, and web versions of every component.
- We opted to rewrite components instead of wrapping native ones because it was more reliable to make platform-appropriate APIs individually for each platform and reduced the maintenance overhead for Android and iOS engineers who may not know how to properly test changes in React Native.
- Iteration Speed – While developing in React Native, we were able to reliably use hot reloading to test our changes on Android and iOS in just a second or two.
- Backed byNative – Because everything in React Native can be bridged by native code, we were ultimately able to build many things we werent sure were possible at the beginning such as: – Shared element transitions: We built a SharedElement component that is backed by native shared element code on…
@Vjeux: Great to see that Airbnb is looking into using prettier 🙂 https://t.co/NnFyAEZNil https://t.co/XAGQ7PAZUT
- The reason we lose the state can be understood by first understanding the difference between hot-reload and live-reload: – A hot reload to an app will only refresh the files that were changed without losing the applications state.A live reload to an app will restart the entire app, and load…
- In the index.js file (which is the entry point of our application) we will add this line of code: – This code will make it possible for the updates to our React components to do hot-reloads because the parent module (index.js) now knows how to accept and process the run-time…
- Lets see what happens when we include a basic state variable to the application, we can also add a function to make it increment on click events: – When we save this code and it hot-reloads, we can click on the buttons 12 times to increment it: – It works…
- Testing React HotLoader – Lets test our application to see if the state would be preserved on updates now, we can accomplish this by saving the updates we just made and running the application: – npm startWe can click on the button to increase the number variable to a number…
- We have also seen how to quickly and easily setup a React application for hot-reload using the react-hot-loader plugin so that the value of all states present in the application can be persisted regardless of the updates made.
@Mybridge: React.js Open Source Projects of the Month (v.June 2018)https://t.co/1ZWA5Q8TPq #reactjs #OpenSource https://t.co/IvNCKLz8fY
@DanEnglishby: 5 Ways to remove pesky trailing commas from the end of JSON in PHP – https://t.co/EHLnsUrYBr#Developer #node… https://t.co/BH3jBsjPBb
- But, React has another important object: a Component.
- React components allow you to do the same thing for the UI: group elements together and give them a name.
- By starting the component name with a capital letter, JSX realizes we’re referring to our component class, not some hipster HTML element with that name.
- Just like in PHP, we’re going to follow a pattern where each React component class lives in its own file.
- So the structure is: the one entry file renders the one top-level React component, and it returns all the elements we need from its method.
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- This book covers everything you need to consider while building and running a TypeScript application.
- TypeScript Essentials is a book that will teach you the essentials and basic building blocks of TypeScript very easily, allowing you to make your own complex TypeScript applications.
- This book is a step by step guide that takes you from the basics building blocks of TypeScript and gives you everything you need to make a fully featured TypeScript application.
- The book takes a test driven development(using Jasmine and Selenium)approach to building scale-able and modular TypeScript applications.
@ReactDOM: “This is the best TypeScript design patterns book in 2018.” https://t.co/Dsg7v2QJ3E #GameDev #FrontEnd #angularjs… https://t.co/XzmnGtrLzr
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