React JR vs. SR, Christmas, & Containers. React News Thursday, December 7
React News TLDR / Table of Contents
- Bauble Toggle @CodePen @greensock @reactjs #svg #interactive #ChristmasIsComing
- Choose your colour! A bauble toggle made with SVG in ReactJS with GreenSock….
- Pen, CSS, popular choices, true dependency, file extension
- The React + Redux Container Pattern
- A deep dive into the React/Redux container pattern
- attendance record, component, container, container pattern, container component
- Build a Blog with React and Markdown using Gatsby
- A large part of a software developer’s time is spent searching the internet for answers to a never-ending stream of questions. Often, the answers we find are on blogs written by people who’ve been there, and found a solution. Isn’t it time you paid it forward? Gatsby.js is a static…
- static site generator, never-ending stream, Markdown documents, Github Pages, group posts
- Vue, Angular, React, Vue comprise DOM, Angular way
- 💬What’s the difference between a junior, intermediate and senior @reactjs developer?
- What is the difference between tasks in their daily workdays?
- real world, React developer, real world users, senior React developer, junior React developer
- That said, I would be surprised to see a company have actual positions for junior/senior React developers specifically.
- A junior React developer is likely just a junior frontend developer with a special focus on the React ecosystem, a senior React developer is likely just a senior frontend/full-stack developer who mostly works on React projects.
- By the time you’re a senior you should be able to familiarise yourself with new libraries pretty quickly and React’s API surface just isn’t big enough to warrant specialisation in that itself.
- The title really only makes sense as a distinction from e.g. a “Senior Angular Developer” (because Angular brings a more standardised ecosystem) in which case I’d expect a React developer to be very familiar with routing, state management, side-effects, and so on, but not necessarily have thorough experience with any…
- You can apply CSS to your Pen from any stylesheet on the web.
- Just put a URL to it here and we’ll apply it, in the order you have them, before the CSS in the Pen itself.
- If the stylesheet you link to has the file extension of a preprocessor, we’ll attempt to process it before applying.
- You can also link to another Pen here, and we’ll pull the CSS from that Pen and include it.
- If it’s using a matching preprocessor, we’ll combine the code before preprocessing, so you can use the linked Pen as a true dependency.
- We’ll be taking a closer look at the instructor side of things, implementing the container pattern to build of the ability for an instructor to select a calendar day and a student to view that student’s attendance record details for that day.
- So, we’ll build a container components, , that contains the child presentational components of calendar and attendance record show.
- So, let’s teach how to identify and grab the attendance record for the selected student and day, and pass that down to the appropriate presentational components.
- So, we’ll build another container component, , that will fetch the student data and pass it down to a presentational component, as part of – – should follow a similar pattern to ––use to grab the students and use the lifecycle method to fetch students from the API if none…
- The top-level container component, will render like this: – – Now that we have our student list up and running and displaying a lovely list of students, we need to allow our user to click on a student from that list, make that student the “selected student”, and display that…
- Often, the answers we find are on blogs written by people who’ve been there, and found a solution.
- Isn’t it time you paid it forward?
- Gatsby.js is a static site generator for React with a plugin ecosystem that makes it super easy to publish.
- In this course, you’ll build a Gatsby site that transforms Markdown documents from your local filesystem into HTML.
- After your site has been compiled, you’ll see how to deploy it via Github Pages.
- Since Angular belongs to search engine giant Google and React comes from social media behemoth Facebook, developers still trust and use those libraries more than Vue.js.
- The reason many developers are turning to Vue is that it addresses the issues of React and Angular.
Top React Courses
Modern React with Redux (86,762 students enrolled)By Stephen Grider
- Build amazing single page applications with React JS and Redux
- Master fundamental concepts behind structuring Redux applications
- Realize the power of building composable components
- Be the engineer who explains how Redux works to everyone else, because you know the fundamentals so well
The Complete React Native and Redux Course (53,888 students enrolled)By Stephen Grider
- Create real-world native apps using React Native
- Make truly reusable components that look great
- Understand the terminology and concepts of Redux
- Prototype and deploy your own applications to the Apple and Google Play Stores
- Get up to speed with React design principles and methodologies
- Discover mobile design patterns used by experienced engineers
Advanced React and Redux (35,016 students enrolled)By Stephen Grider
- Build a scaleable API with authentication using Express, Mongo, and Passport
- Learn the differences between cookie-based and token-based authentication
- Figure out what a Higher Order Component and how to use it to write dramatically less code
- Write Redux middleware from scratch to uncover what is happening behind the scenes with Redux
- Set up your own testing environment with Mocha and Chai
- Realize the power of building composable components
React Redux React-Router: From Beginner to Paid Professional (11,715 students enrolled)By Leonardo Daniel
- Building your amazing web applications with React JS and Redux
- Getting a high-paying job as a front-end developer
- Becoming familiar with the technologies supporting React, including NPM, Webpack, Babel, and ES6/ES2015.
React Native: Advanced Concepts (16,058 students enrolled)By Stephen Grider
- Make compelling applications using expert-level features of React Native
- Create amazingly smooth and performant animations
- Build new React Native apps with Expo
- Understand the latest Navigation options for new React Native apps
- Add logic to your Firebase backend with Google Cloud Functions
- Update your users with cross platform Push Notifications
- Handle your users going offline with Redux Persist
React JS and Redux - Mastering Web Apps (54,299 students enrolled)By David Katz
- Develop entire React JS and Redux applications from scratch.
- Build applications that deal with APIs and web requests.
- Create web apps with full authentication, and real-time database.
React basic in just 1 hour (22,331 students enrolled)By Leo Trieu
- Taste of how to build your very first React component.
- How to handle event in components.
- Understand two key concepts of React: State and Props.
- How to reuse and nest components.
- How to transfer data between Parent, Child components.
- How to work with Array, Form
Meteor and React for Realtime Apps (7,889 students enrolled)By Stephen Grider
- Create interactive web apps amazingly fast
- Build amazing single page applications with Meteor and React JS
- Master fundamental concepts behind structuring Meteor applications
- Learn the true purpose of Meteor in a modern application
- Be the engineer who explains how Meteor works to everyone else, because you know the fundamentals so well
- Build and prototype interesting personal projects in a weekend
GraphQL with React: The Complete Developers Guide (14,683 students enrolled)By Stephen Grider
- Build amazing single page applications with React JS and GraphQL
- Master fundamental concepts behind structuring GraphQL servers
- Realize the power of building flexible data schemas
- Be the engineer who explains how GraphQL works to everyone else, because you know the fundamentals so well
- Become fluent in the ecosystem supporting GraphQL, including the differences between Apollo and Relay
- Create ES6 applications from the ground up.
- Use the terminal/command-line application and a code editor to code.
- Look at ES6 code and understand keyword and concepts.
- Create live development servers with Webpack.
- Code in es6 comfortably, using all the new features.
- Build es6 projects from the ground up using tools like webpack and babel.
- Create a basic ReactJS application from scratch.