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  • anish000kumar/redux-box
    • redux-box – Modular and easy-to-grasp redux based state management, with least boilerplate
    • export default, import, import { module, sagas const sagas, export const module
  • PetrNikolas/awesome-libraries-resources
    • awesome-libraries-resources – Awesome js and css libraries for web development.
    • pure css, CSS responsive navigation, CSS responsive timeline, web development, JavaScript library
  • Angular vs. React vs. Vue: A 2017 comparison – unicorn.supplies –
    • Deciding on a JavaScript framework for your web application can be overwhelming. Angular and React are very popular these days, and there is an upstart which has been getting a lot of traction…
    • React, Vue, Angular, React components, React core developer
  • The big road to become a great Web Developer –
    • When you enter in the wonderful world of the web, you realize that development is not just a one technology, in fact, exist a ton of languages, frameworks, libraries that we can use day a day in our…
    • programming language, good knowledge, framework, relational database management, great Web Developer
  • Announcing React Native Basics: Build a Currency Converter [Free Video Course]
    • React Native is a special tech for me — it opened up the world of mobile development that seemed hidden behind the door of Java & Objective-C. Could I learn it? Sure! But it was going to take a lot…
    • React Native, Free Video Course, React Native Basics, currency converter app, odd demo app

Score: 394.4629213483146
URL: https://github.com/anish000kumar/redux-box
Tweeted At: Sat Feb 10 07:16:54 +0000 2018
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Author: anish000kumar

  • Because the being passed to a mutation is NOT the actual of application, instead it’s a Proxy of the state.
  • Run this command in your terminal/cmd to install the package: – – Redux box emphasizes on dividing the whole application into multiple modules.
  • Each of these modules manages it’s state seperately, with the help of 4 segments: – – Make sure you specify a unique name for each module (‘user’ in this example) – – { , , , } ; { } ; { name , email }; ({ setName ( ),…
  • ; } }); { name , state, actions, mutations, sagas }; OPTIONAL: if you want to access this module using render props in your components: ( ); – – OPTIONAL: if you need to create store with some reducers and middlewares, the signature of createStore method from redux-box goes like…
  • Here’s the script showing how you can use from redux, to setup your modules (with reducers, sagas and middlewares): (v1.3.9 onwards)

Tags: export default, import, import { module, sagas const sagas, export const module

Score: 300.52875280059743
URL: https://github.com/PetrNikolas/awesome-libraries-resources/blob/master/README.md
Tweeted At: Sat Feb 10 14:43:57 +0000 2018
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Author: PetrNikolas

  • Permalink – – – – – – – – – Fetching contributors… – – – – – Cannot retrieve contributors at this time – – – – – – – – – 301 lines (273 sloc) – – 24 KB – – – – – – Awesome Libraries and Resources…
  • Online tools – – Architecture – – JS and CSS – – Simply beautiful open source icons: tooltips made of pure CSS: functional and reactive JavaScript framework for predictable code: https://cycle.js.org/ – A collection of repeatable SVG background patterns for you to use on your web projects: grid system: http://simplegrid.io/…
  • : http://microjs.com/# – A pure CSS responsive navigation menu: Buttons: https://bttn.surge.sh/ – Date formats: JavaScript library to make navigation menus activate the item based on currently in view section.: projects from Google: CSS responsive timeline mockup: Free resources for learning Full Stack Web Development: typed programming language for the JVM,…
  • It is dynamic by design and renders your styles depending on your application state.: resolution: products resolution: http://iosres.com/ – Lightweight and simple carousel with no dependencies: browser dialogs: https://alertifyjs.org/ – A simple and beautiful wiki for teams: http://matterwiki.com/ – UI components for Elasticsearch: http://searchkit.co/ – A browser extension for displaying…
  • CoffeeScript, SASS, LESS and others just work.: http://livereload.com/ – Modern CSS to all browsers: DYNAMIC, ROBUST CSS: Attributes vs Inline Styles: lightweight (~2kb) and dependency-free javascript plugin for particle backgrounds: tiny polyfill for HTML5 multi-handle sliders: validation using form element attributes: styling of select element without JS, and using inline…

Tags: pure css, CSS responsive navigation, CSS responsive timeline, web development, JavaScript library

Score: 223.6088477675031
URL: https://medium.com/unicorn-supplies/angular-vs-react-vs-vue-a-2017-comparison-c5c52d620176
Tweeted At: Sun Sep 10 20:00:05 +0000 2017
Publish Date: 2017-08-28T08:21:57.536000+00:00
Author: Jens Neuhaus

  • Matthias GĂśtzke thinks that Vue’s small team is a benefit because it leads to cleaner and less over-engineered code / API.Let’s have a look at some statistics: Angular lists 36 people on their team page, Vue lists 16 people, and React doesn’t have a team page.
  • On Github, Angular has 25,000 stars and 463 contributors, React has 70,000 stars and 1,000 contributors, and Vue has almost 60,000 stars and only 120 contributors.
  • They show the number of downloads for the given npm packages and are even more helpful as a pure look at the Github stars:The npm download numbers for the given npm packages in the last 2 years.1.3 Market lifecycleIt’s hard to compare Angular, React and Vue in Google Trends because of…
  • Regarding satisfaction, React scored 92% for “would use again”, Vue 89% and Angular 2 only 65%.
  • The upgrade should not be a problem, as recently noted by a React core developer.Regarding Angular, there is a blog post about versioning and releasing Angular starting with the v2 release.

Tags: React, Vue, Angular, React components, React core developer

Score: 78.29321566464424
URL: https://hackernoon.com/the-big-road-to-become-a-great-web-developer-96297d561210?gi=1f305ae385b2
Tweeted At: Sat Feb 10 03:33:19 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2017-06-04T15:37:00.258000+00:00
Author: Germán Cutraro

  • i also did a Spanish version of this article.You can follow me on my Github Account.When you enter in the wonderful world of the web, you realize that development is not just a one technology, in fact, exist a ton of languages, frameworks, libraries that we can use day a…
  • I’m going to write a whole new article talking about this technique.Others methods to organize your Css:BEM, OOCSS, etcetera…Using preprocessors:A Css preprocessor is a tool that permits us writing pseudo-code Css that then is gonna to be converted to a native Css with using a tool or program.Personally i recommend…
  • Now im trying another called Skeleton.SkeletonExist another like Semantic UI, Kube, Sussy, blueprint, purecss, etcetera…JavaScript Frameworks:Before choosing a Js framework, i recommend you to have a greatknowledge of JavaScript like language, im not saying that you must be a expert or a super ninja, no, but is recommend to have…
  • For example, you can use Angular but not React or vice versa.Now we can go to the Back-End: In this case is not necessary to know all the languages ​​or frameworks that I am going to show you, you can test each technology and choose the one who more passion…
  • When you have a good knowledge in JavaScript you can try and go to a framework like Hapi, Koa, Sails.Js or the most recommended: Express.JsDataBases: When talking about web applications, and especially back-end, you should consider the use of database.MySQLMySQL: It is a used relational database management system.MariaDBMariaDB: It is…

Tags: programming language, good knowledge, framework, relational database management, great Web Developer

Score: 72.34115777777772
URL: https://medium.com/the-react-native-log/announcing-react-native-basics-build-a-currency-converter-free-video-course-d08b7b7594d3
Tweeted At: Wed May 31 15:56:45 +0000 2017
Publish Date: 2017-05-30T16:56:35.697000+00:00
Author: Spencer Carli

  • Announcing React Native Basics: Build a Currency Converter [Free Video Course]React Native is a special tech for me — it opened up the world of mobile development that seemed hidden behind the door of Java Objective-C.
  • But it was going to take a lot of time to do so.When React Native was announced (and I was forced to use it) I quickly started to realize the power of it and recognize all that was now possible though this technology.Using it has changed my career.I now teach…
  • So I wanted to share the same way I learned React Native — by building a “real” app.In this free video course I’ll walk you through, step-by-step, the key elements you’re likely going to need to know regardless of what app you build with React Native.
  • It may sound like an odd demo app (and kind of is) but it’s a fun app to build!You In?Most of this content will be free (Module 1–7 to be exact) and it will get you up and running building incredible apps while learning about useful packages and various tips.This…
  • The remainder will be produced and shared in the coming weeks.Join the “official” study group, invite a friend, invite the office — just start learning React Native!See you in the course!

Tags: React Native, Free Video Course, React Native Basics, currency converter app, odd demo app

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  • Become fluent in the toolchain supporting React, including NPM, Webpack, Babel, and ES6/ES2015 Javascript syntax

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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

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Advanced React and Redux (35,016 students enrolled)

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  • Learn the differences between cookie-based and token-based authentication
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  • 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

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By Leonardo Daniel
  • Building your amazing web applications with React JS and Redux
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