New context api, Root react component, React finland & more… React News Monday, February 26
React News TLDR / Table of Contents
- Replacing redux with the new React context API – Hacker Noon
- The new context API coming with React 16.3 is pretty neat. It was built in the render props style trending last months. Let’s explore it: This talk from the excellent Jing Chen, has revolutionised…
- new context API, root React component, excellent Jing Chen, legendary time travel, prevent unwanted re-rendering
- Case Study — React Finland Website – React Finland –
- A website is often the primary entry point of people to a conference. For this reason, it is important to get it right as it a significant part of the brand identity. Essentially a good website…
- React Finland, site, brand identity, React Finland site, design
- React starter repo with Symfony 4 and Webpack Encore
- In the last post, we introduced Webpack Encore and why it makes for a quick start for modern JS with Symfony. In this post, we’ll set up a basic starter repo for a React frontend using Symfony and…
- Webpack Encore, Symfony, Symfony quick start, Symfony skeleton site, Material UI
- react-morph – Morphing Ui transitions made simple
- Paint browser rendering, extra white space, placeholder element, state margins, absolute positions
- How to Keep a Headhunter From Poaching Your Best Talent
- A top recruiter shares two reasons why star performers leave—and what you can do to keep them.
- recruiter Karl Alleman, Ultra-Tight Job Market, cell phone conversations, extra ecru-colored stationery, editor-at-large Geoff Colvin
- A basic Flux representationOne library has democratized this concept, Dan Abramovs Redux and its legendary time travel demo at React Europe 2015.
- We have just passed state and actions as value of the provider.
- I created a library to have everything we need to use this data flow easily and keep great repository available here – Just import initStore from react-stateful, set your initial state, some actions: (state,arg) stateChunk and youre good to go.
- The created store gives you some cool things like: – The enhanced Provider and Consumer presented aboveactions (you can access them from Consumer too)getState() to get the current stateconnect()() to map state and actions to component propsAs you can see connect is not exactly the same you have in react-redux,…
- Comparison withreduxPros – Easier to implementWeight and performanceIts easy to have multiple storesCleaner action return with state chunk (as in setState)Cons – No native deep selectors (you can use reselect)No time travel extensions (for now)It only works with React ^16.3You want to try it?
- Case StudyReact FinlandWebsiteA website is often the primary entry point of people to a conference.
- Read Technology behind React Finland for the technology choices.One of the earlydesignsDesign is About PresentationAlthough a site can be structured well and filled with good content, if the design is poor, you might lose people.
- In the case of React Finland, we wanted to integrate the idea of Finland to the site somehow.
- fiI realized during early January that although the conference is selling quite well, it could do better if we improved the design of the site.
- To see how the design work progressed, see , , and the final result.The resulting designConclusionAlthough React Finland site is quite small, it has been a great case for me to work on as its more than only the technical part.
- React starter repo with Symfony 4 and WebpackEncoreIn the last post, we introduced Webpack Encore and why it makes for a quick start for modern JS with Symfony.
- In this post, well set up a basic starter repo for a React frontend using Symfony and Webpack Encore.
- $ composer require annotations twig asset – $ composer require server –devConfigure Webpack Encore to addReactWebpack Encore is simply a node package, so we can install it using npm (or yarn).
- gitignore – $ composer require encore – – # Add react deps – $ yarn add –dev react react-dom prop-types babel-preset-react – – # Actually install node package – $ yarn installAnd finally, we need to enable the React preset in our webpack.config.js.
- $ yarn run encore dev – # yarn run encore dev –watch to automatically rebuild on every changeAnd then use the Symfony WebServerBundle we installed above to start the server.
- < > < >Morphing transitions was never so easy!
- > < >Morphing transitions was never so easy!
- As senior writer Ellen McGirt explains in her eye-opening feature, How Your Life Experience Could Help You Land a Great Job, it has also unleashed a new market force: This electrified employment market is placing fresh value on life experiences and personal qualitieslike fortitude, adaptability, and creative problem-solvingthat seldom enriched…
- The Chicago-based recruiter spends much of his time, after all, pulling talent out of companiesand his job is much easier when those companies dont do everything they can to retain their best performers.
- First of all, they need to do a better job of recognizing who their top talents are and then telling them that theyre top talents, says Alleman.
- Companies will often identify the people who have the ability to grow and thrivebut then, he says, bosses dont do a good job of communicating to that individual that they see such potential and that they have a plan to help them fully realize it.
- Second, the majority of companies, he says, do a poor job of laying out an attractive career path for their peoplea career path that will foster growth and learning.
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