React News Saturday, March 10 String refs, Callback refs, Pm matt raible & more…
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- [React] Add ability to login with OAuth by mraible · Pull Request #7263 · jhipster/generator-jhipster
- This PR makes it possible to login with OAuth when you’ve selected that option. @deepu105 This works and shows the user logged in on the homepage. However, it doesn’t seem to pass isAuthenticated correctly to the Header component. Can you please take a look and see if you can fix…
- pm Matt Raible, Fix compile issue, pull request online, OAuth File Changes, Header component
- React Starter Kit – Glitch –
- Through 5 short videos we cover what React is, why you might use it an when. And we look at 3 remixable example apps that use React and explain the code that’s used in them.
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- Currently there are two ref APIs in React: string refs and callback refs.
- Callback refs are, strictly saying, more powerful than either string refs or the proposed object refs.
- Initially, we will release the object refs alongside the existing string and callback refs as a minor update.
- This lets people catch string refs usage in their components and replace with the new API (or callback refs, if they prefer) incrementally.
- Callback and object refs solve different problems and crossing over in what they offer too – much like how components in React do currently.
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- Part 1: Intro toReactSoftware Engineers who use React every day explain what React is, when you might use it and why.
- Part 2: ReactStarterWe take a look at a simple app that uses React, and we introduce the tools and concepts you need to understand it, including Webpack, JSX, components, elements and props.
- Part 3: ReactRouterWe introduce you to routing, and explain how you can use React Router to add links to additional pages in your app.
- Part 4: ReactReduxWe explain how to manage state in your app, and how Actions work with Reducers.
- Part 5: WhatsNext?We suggest some useful add-ons and libraries to try out once youve mastered the basics.
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