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- MobX & React for Vuex users – Benjamín Calderón –
- I started my journey in the Frameworks fairyland with Vue and this amazing series by Laracast. I had heard about React, but back then when I looked at JSX it seemed like an abomination to me! Mixing…
- react, simple React component, React apps, app react, complete egghead series
- Building an AR / AI furniture app with React Native
- At Archilogic last year, we embarked on a project to highlight some of the design automation tools we’ve been building and explore new ways to use our 3d.io platform. Today we launched the first…
- React Native, floor plan, native iOS development, AI furniture app, awesome ARKit tools
- Material design prototyping components – Roman Kamushken –
- With this article I’d like to begin the series of guides & explanation for Buttons & Filtering section. One from total amount of 25 sections in Material Design System. Biggest team library made for…
- buttons, Ghost buttons, classic material buttons, Flat buttons, buttons usage patterns
- I really liked React so I went back to Redux but couldnt make it work so, again, I reluctantly gave MobX another try… And at last I see the light; And its like the fog has lifted – Shameless Disneyplug!Want I want to do us show you that MobX is…
- If its the first time you have come across a Map, dont worry, its just a fancy object with a nice way to access the contents in it (setters and getters).
- Thus the result of enrolledStudents method is an array of all the students objects enrolled in a particular course, sorry, an observable array so any changes to the data inside the function will update its return value and do the appropriate re-renders!
- – Heres a simple React component to shows this in practice: – This is a pretty standard React components except for the observer and the store.
- In the store, the student ID is added to the array of the corresponding course map, and MobX takes care of keeping it all in sync, correctly compute the value of enrolledStudents, and doing the appropriate re-renders.
- Building an AR / AI furniture app with ReactNativeAt Archilogic last year, we embarked on a project to highlight some of the design automation tools weve been building and explore new ways to use our 3d.
- The idea is simple: an iOS app that uses Augmented Reality and machine learning to create suggestions for furniture layouts that complement a rooms available space, and helps people discover something new.
- React Native provides an easy escape hatch to leverage native device APIs, and the community had already introduced several ways to combine React Native with ARKit: React-native-ARKit, Viro and Expo.
- Setting up a simple react-native-arkit scene feels like setting up any other react project: – A simple react-native-arkit scene loading a collada model and geometric primitivesChallenge 1: Retrieving furniture from the network – One of the biggest drawbacks about native iOS development to date for us is retrieving 3D data…
- They emphasize functions on busy or wide spaces.Raised section consists of classic material buttons and iconic buttons.
- With more than 1000+ material icons included in this Design System, its now very simple to toggle just by browsing via 40 icons subcategories.
- Its a live embed, so you can play with this prototype, or duplicate onto your Figma CustomizationIf you wish to keep the design system relativity within components from above, you always have to switch between master-colors or master-strokes via the Instance dropdown at the right column in Figma: – Thus…
- Its optimal to customize shadows directly from Color backgrounds section in Material Design System FigmaAPIFrom the source file into production in real-time mode!
- With recently released web API of Figma you can deploy this bundle of material components into MVP within just a few weeks, so its high time to purchase Material Design System v1.5 and start to prototype with ease.
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