React News Monday, February 5 PM
React News TLDR / Table of Contents
- reactivesearch – A React components library for building awesome :mag: search UIs
- UI components, React UI components, e-commerce search UI, component playground, book search app
- React Native: Continuous Integration and Deployment – Blazing Edge Blog
- continuous integration, App Center, React Native, Visual Studio App, Studio App Center
Tweeted At: Mon Feb 05 07:40:09 +0000 2018
- ReactiveSearch is a React UI components library for Elasticsearch.
- It has 25+ components consisting of Lists, Ranges, Search UIs, Result displays and a way to bring any existing UI component into the library.
- The library is conceptually divided into two parts: – – Each sensor component is purpose built for applying a specific filter on the data.
- The official docs for the library are at components are divided into four sections: – – ReactiveSearch Dashboard All your Reactive Search related apps (created via interactive tutorial, shared by others, etc.) can be accessed from here.
- mirage ReactiveSearch components can be extended using custom Elasticsearch queries.
Tweeted At: Mon Feb 05 18:33:06 +0000 2018
Author: Blazing Edge
- I’ll be writing about how much Continuous Integration and Deployment has helped me with building React Native applications and delivering them to the client, making everyone happy and worry free by relying on automated services.
- Let’s go through benefits of using Continuous Integration and Deployment on a project, and later we will cover several companies that offer such services.
- Although this is an article on continuous integration and deployment, I do have to mention other services offered by the App Center, and that’s testing applications in Xamarin Test Cloud, distribution of apps via email to testers and app stores, crash reports, analytics, push notifications, and over the air updating….
- The only difference between these environments would be in several variables that would hold URLs or keys for our API, external APIs, third-party apps and such – all these values can be stored in environment variables which should be supplied to a building service.
- If you are someone who is just starting with React Native, and you just want something to build your app, Visual Studio App Center would be the best choice for you, and along with the build service, you get tons of other functionalities – keep in mind if you don’t…
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