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  • A Better Way to Handle React State in Larger Javascript Apps: ReduxX
    • This article is about the story behind ReduxX, and how to actually use it. Pronounced similarly to SpaceX and to iPhoneX, briefly put, ReduxX is the next generation React state management tool. In…
    • React state, React state management, generation React state, global state, React app
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    • In this video we’ll look at “what’s new” in React version 16.3. It turns out there are a lot of new features packed in this release. There is a new Context A…
    • React version, new Context, new features, ,
  • Animated Transition in React Native! – React Native Motion –
    • How to navigate from List Page with couple of items to Detail Page of one item — with beautiful animation!
    • List Page, React Native, destination element, relatively positioned element,
  • ReduxX is a lightweight, yet super-powerful, very easy to learn, and very easy to set up React state management library.
  • ReduxX works much like the regular React state except you can access the same global state from anywhere in your app saving you the headaches of dealing with a crazy amount of different states all interacting with each other.
  • Why UseReduxX?In larger React apps, its really nice to have global state (global as in globally accessible, NOT stored as a global browser variable).
  • But when normally dealing with a global state object, you may encounter a problem, your state may look something like true – user: { name: ‘dandan69’, game: ‘React state library author’ } – userProfileFirstName: true – …And when getting and setting the global state, it looks something like this: -…
  • The problem with that is it gets unnecessarily confusing and messy looking: – Updating nested state objects, the old fashioned wayEwww, thats not very nice. – Dont fear, ReduxX is here to save the day!with ReduxX, the same state as above is automatically generated and it will look something like…

Tags: React state, React state management, generation React state, global state, React app

    Tags: React version, new Context, new features, ,

    • We cant really unmount the List Page and show the Detail Page because we need to wait till all animations are done.
    • We specified source element of the SharedElement on List Page.
    • The SharedElement works like this: – get a position of the source elementget position of the destination element (obviously, without this step the animation cant be initiated)create a clone of the shared element (The magic!)
    • Thats because List Page is covered up by Detail Page during that moving animation.
    • It is up to you to set an opacity for source and destination element to 0 when a moving to destination was initiated, and back to 1 for destination element once the animation was finished.

    Tags: List Page, React Native, destination element, relatively positioned element,

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