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uber/react-digraph

  • A React component which makes it easy to create a directed graph editor without implementing any of the SVG drawing or event handling logic.
  • The default export is a component called ‘GraphView’; it provides a multitude of hooks for various graph editing operations and a set of controls for zooming.
  • GraphView will look up the corresponding SVG elements for the node’s type/subtype and the edge’s type and draw it accordingly.
  • It is often convenient to combine these types into a configuration object that can be referred to elsewhere in the application and used to associate events fired from nodes/edges in the graphView with other actions in the application.
  • Here is an abbreviated example: – – A typical graph that would be stored in the Graph component’s state looks something like this: – – For a detailed example, check out src/examples/graph.

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uber/react-digraph

What Are Google Charts?

  • In a nutshell, Google Charts enable Data Visualizations (Charts/Graphs) to be displayed on a web site.
  • In technical terms, these chart are a intelligent JavaScript library that packs a range of beautiful charts, ready to be powered by data.
  • The Google charting package provides an API to inject its library into your HTML, kind of like a Content Delivery Network call.
  • If you use this example code, your page will be loaded with a Google Pie Chart with some example data.
  • One thing, in my opinion that Google always has the edge of other alternatives is that they are simply the kings when it comes to data protection and security.

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Are you a freelancer? organize your workspace now!

  • Boosted confidence – – A cluttered desk also probably means that you have lost items at some point.
  • When you take the time to declutter your desk, you can feel good about checking an item off from your to-do list.
  • Dealing with procrastination – – One of the reasons for delaying the organization of a cluttered desk might be that you are a can have some benefits, especially for those individuals who work well under pressure, but it can also mean that you dont get anything done.
  • Building time management skills – – Clearing your clutter might seem like a daunting task that will take a lot from your workday.
  • Wrapping Up – – Taking the time to declutter your desk can change your day to day work life.

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Are you a freelancer? organize your workspace now!

How to build a React.js chat app in 10 minutes – freeCodeCamp

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How to build a React.js chat app in 10 minutes – freeCodeCamp

What is the difference between React.js and React Native?

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What is the difference between React.js and React Native?

Choosing the Best Approach for React Event Handlers

  • Bound Functions – – – One solution is to use Function.prototype.bind() to set the value of this at the time of construction: – – – class MyComponent extends React.Component { – constructor(props) { – super(props); – – this.showValue = this.showValue.bind(this); – } – – showValue() { – } – -…
  • Inline Arrow Functions – – – Another solution is to pass an arrow function inline in an event attribute like onClick: – – – class MyComponent extends React.Component { – showValue() { – } – – render() { – return ( – button onClick={() = this.showValue()}Do Something/button – ); -…
  • Arrow functions may be familiar because theyre the most natural solution when we want to pass a parameter to an event handler: – – – class MyComponent extends React.Component { – showValue(value) { – console.log(value); – } – – render() { – return ( – button onClick={() = this.showValue(27)}Show Value…
  • This means a class property arrow function can be passed as a React event handler as-is: – – – class MyComponent extends React.Component { – showValue = () = { – }; – – render() { – return ( – button onClick={this.showValue}Do Something/button – ); – } – } -…
  • But if we apply this approach beyond our event handlers and define all our methods as class property arrow functions, that means instantiating extra functions that wouldnt be instantiated in the other approaches.

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If you Love ReactJS, You’ll Love the CSS Grid – Flexbox and Grid – Medium

  • the official React documentation.So, where does the CSS Grid comeIn?
  • In one of the examples in the official css grid specification, i found this: – …an author might achieve all the sizing, placement, and alignment rules declaratively.Yeah, it is declarative!
  • from the CSS GridSpec.As websites evolved from simple documents into complex, interactive applications, web layouts became difficult to compose.
  • Download my free CSS Grid cheat sheet, and also get two quality interactive Flexbox courses for free!
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If you Love ReactJS, You’ll Love the CSS Grid – Flexbox and Grid – Medium

Watch all talks from GraphQL Europe 2018

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Watch all talks from GraphQL Europe 2018

23 JavaScript design patterns

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23 JavaScript design patterns

React.js Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.July 2018)

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React.js Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.July 2018)

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