React News Thursday, May 31
- Dynamic styling in Create React App without ejecting app
- Announcing “Advanced React.js Online” – componentDidBlog
- How I started loving Vue – Igor Minin – Medium
- styled-jsx provides full CSS support for JSX, lets use it with create-react-app boilerplate without eject.
- In create-react-app we have to write css into external files.
- For example you have to load css based on USER ID, then how can you do it?
- For such problems to rescue we have – – – styled-jsx is another library provides Full, scoped and component-friendly CSS support for JSX.
- To add this plugin in your project, we have 2 options, one is ejecting your application or override your projects webpack configuration file using package includes scripts and configuration used by Create React App.
- I can barely believe it, but over the last 27 months, Michael Jackson and I have taught React.js to over 3,500 developers at 91 workshops in eight different countries (Oh, and one prison cell in the UK, but I digress…) – – In that time weve learned a lot about…
- Were happy to announce that were bringing all of that experience to you in our very first online course: Advanced React.js.
- Weve taken the most popular parts of our workshops and put them into the course.
- Weve also made our most popular section Compound Components available as a free preview.
@react_devv: Announcing “Advanced React.js Online”☞ https://t.co/eNRA5qBNXJ#Reactjs #Redux https://t.co/CVz7ZiVAUS
- Our team had vast Angular expertisegiven that Vue is similar in some aspects it was much easier to get into – – A little bit about main differences and impressions that I noted after coming to Vue from Angular.
- From my previous article, you should understand that previously I was a fan of Angular CLI and was thinking that its the best CLI out there, but: – – On the other hand, Vue CLI 3 is the coolest CLI today: – – Angular uses Zone.js to detect changes, which…
- At the same time, being such a massive framework, Angular doesnt provide an implementation of the most popular pattern to work with dataState Management.
- Yes and no, because this is easy to do yourself, and at the same time router is still easy and fast (compared to the above problems with feature-rich Angular router).
- Specially exaggerated example: custom logic on some page can be added via component, it can be either local: – – or global (available anywhere) – – There can be a local Mixin whic will do the same functionality – – but Mixin could be global too: – – There are…
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