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  • LeCoupa/awesome-cheatsheets
    • GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
    • props, React element, component, new React element, state
  • Introduction to MobX 4 for React/Redux Developers
    • an introduction to mobx 4 for people coming from react and redux
    • mobx, MobX React Best, React Kanban board, observable state updates, MobX React dev
  • Pure Native vs React Native: Which one to choose for your Mobile Application?
    • This article is intended for the people who want to create mobile application for their enterprise or startup. If you are a founder, a CTO or a Consultant then you are most welcome. In past 9 years…
    • react native, pure native, React stand, React Javascript, Pure Native vs
  • /* – – – * REACT.JS CHEATSHEET – – – – * DOCUMENTATION: https://reactjs.org/docs/ – – – – * FILE STRUCTURE: – – – * */ – – – – – – – – – – – – – – “` – – – – npm install –save react //…
  • React.createElement( – – – – type, – – – – [props], – – – – […children] – – – – ) – – – – – – – – – // Clone and return a new React element using element as the starting point.
  • React.cloneElement( – – – – element, – – – – [props], – – – – […children] – – – – ) – – – – – – – – – // Verifies the object is a React element.
  • color: props.initialColor – – – – }; – – – – } – – – – – – – – – // Enqueues changes to the component state and – – – – // tells React that this component and its children need to be re-rendered with the updated state….
  • {} – – – – – – – – – // Let React know if a components output is not affected by the current change in state or props.

Tags: props, React element, component, new React element, state

  • In this intro we will progressively build up a simple app that pings a mock API to see how MobX works with React, and then make a MobX + React Kanban board to show off the power of MobX!
  • Here is our very basic app using React + MobX: – – You can see here that connects the observable property of so that it rerenders whenever you update .
  • We’ve come this far without discussing core MobX concepts, so here they are: – – In our examples above we’ve already used observable states as well as defined actions that modify those states, and we have used ‘s to help bind our React components to react to changes in state….
  • That is a fair criticism in this small example, but imagine if you rely on the same computed values in multiple places in your app.
  • Redux dev tools are (rightfully) an important part of Redux’s value, so let’s check out MobX React dev tools!

Tags: mobx, MobX React Best, React Kanban board, observable state updates, MobX React dev

  • In past 9 years, I have gone through all Mobile Frameworks including iOS, Android, Phone Gap, Titanium, Xamarin, Ionic and React Native for few hundreds of small, medium and large apps developed in our company.
  • But while considering pure native for development applications, architects should consider several things like: – If iOS app is estimated with efforts of 2 developers then android app also needs 2 developers, hence your budget gets 2x more.Code gets huge and separated as one app is written in Swift for…
  • It also increases testing efforts and development span.Collaboration is required at an exponential level when new features are added.Tests to be written for each platform.React-Native is a proven technology emerged from Facebook labs and is a great solution to above mentioned problemsOne CodeIt allows to use one codebase for both…
  • So, developers can sort out critical module of project in pure native.AnimationsAmong all cross platforms, only React-Native can provide great animations to UI components because of Native compilation.TestsOne automation test runs on both iOS and Android.State ManagementThe beauty behind react native over other platforms is the global state management with…
  • We use Decoide as our personal development editor choice.React Native VS Ionic FrameworkBoth platforms are great but only one factor that makes React stand out over Ionic and Others is we have done hands on experiment in IONIC and Xamarin for listing based apps and we found jerks while scrolling…

Tags: react native, pure native, React stand, React Javascript, Pure Native vs

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