React News Friday, July 6
- Fullstack React: Fullstack React’s Guide to using Refs in React Components
- Why GraphQL: Advantages, Disadvantages & Alternatives – RWieruch
- Releasing 0.56 · React Native
- Powering a React + Next.js blog with Cosmic JS
- How to creating Firefox Plugin
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- Refs in React provides a way to access the React elements (or DOM nodes) created in the method.
- Refs can be created by using the function and attached to an HTML element in a React component via the attribute.
- Like previous example above this code gets the text value of an tag, but here we use callback refs instead: – – In the example above, the tag has a set to .
- With string refs, you’ll see the markup of the input tag set to something like: – – And then on the component, we’d get the value like this: – but, again, this should not be done in new code as the API will be deprecated.
- Let’s look at an example below: – – Ref forwarding allows components to take a they receive and pass it further down (in other words, forward it) to a child.
@reactjsdigest: Fullstack React’s Guide to using Refs in React Components https://t.co/Qx1Hv0FiKF #reactjs
- However, by having a query language such as GraphQL which is used on the server-side but also on the client-side, the client decides what data it needs by making only one request to the server.
- In the case of Facebooks development of mobile applications with GraphQL, it reduced the network usage dramatically, because with GraphQL one had to make only one request and the amount of data transferred decreased.
- As you can see, one query already requests multiple resources (author, article), which are called fields in GraphQL, and only a particular set of nested fields for these fields (name, urlSlug for article) even though the entity itself may offer more data in its GraphQL schema (e.g. description, releaseData for…
- Whereas the server application offers a GraphQL schema where it defines all available data with its hierarchy and types, a client application only queries the required data.
- Thus GraphQL can be used to connect both worlds but also to fulfil the requirements (e.g. network usage requirements, nested relationships of data, fetching only the required data) of each client application without having a dedicated API for each client.
- This blog post highlights some of the changes introduced in this new release.
- With React Native’s impressive adoption, breaking changes must be made with great care, and the process is not as smooth as we’d like.
- There are some more steps that need to be taken in this direction, and you can follow along with the future planning and discussion of updating the Android support in the dedicated issue (and a side one for the JSC).
- And remember to keep an eye on the upgrading guide to avoid issues moving to this new version.
- A final note: starting this week, the React Native core team will resume holding monthly meetings.
@grabbou: React Native 0.56.0 is out on npm! https://t.co/SWdSRGFTWY
- For this tutorial, were going to define 4 different Object Types:Globals, Posts, Authors, and Social Links.
- Lets go back to our Post Object Type and add one more metafield.
- To install the client, in your terminal, type: – – Now were going to implement our own API to connect to Cosmic JS.
- With that bucket object, we can fetch and return our data in the following way: – – The slug in is the slug used to define your Object.
- For example, to retrieve a single post, we can use the following code: – – This was just a high level overview of using Cosmic JS with React + Next.js.
- Create a different development profile – – The first step is to create a different profile in Firefox, since you will do some settings and changes that you probably dont want for your regular profile.
- Configuration settings for Firefox – – Open Firefox through the Profile Manager (process described above, or set the development profile as default during extension development).
- To do this, you must first find your profile directory: – – Find your profile directory – – The profile directory is where you will find all the settings for your Firefox profiles, including extension information.
- Find profile directory on Windows – – In Windows 2000 and XP, open Explorer and go to C:\Documents and Settings\[your user name]\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles and in Vista, go to C:\Users\[your user name]\AppData\Roaming.
- Find profile directory on Mac – – Open the Terminal and type in CD ~/Library/Application\ you will find your Firefox profiles, and they will be named with letters and numbers, followed by a dot (.)
@BoostlogHQ: How to creating Firefox Pluginhttps://t.co/Wv84B05AhP#Developer #node #nodejs #coding #js #angularjs #vuejs… https://t.co/bIvisiqJnc
- Node.js is NOT a programming language, rather it is a runtime environment which allows us to write a Twitter bot.
- The following are needed in creating the twitter bot – – – Node.js – – Creating Twitter app – – Command-line tools of the operating system you are running – – – Installing the Node.js – – On Windows OS – – – – Select the latest stable version on…
- On cmd tool, type npm install twitter while the package is still in the twitterbot folder.
- Return to the text editor and open the app.js file – – We need to load the twitter package using the require function – – – – Posting Tweets – – We can use the twitter REST API to post a tweet.
@gp_pulipaka: https://t.co/EUSogQdEQh Plasma Engine™: #BigData #Analytics at the Speed of Thought. #DeepLearning… https://t.co/cQiEjuaGe1
@framework7io: Meet new Framework7 v3.0.0 with full @reactjs support and lots of new features and improvements! https://t.co/H3jShsISlr 3️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ 🎉🔥🎊
- Hi Really great app with high potential to become a real alternative to evernote!
- Keep going this direction guys… What I miss is the possibility to sync mobile apps with my private cloud.
- Cloud systems as Owncloud, Nextcloud, Seafile, etc..
@IssueHunt: 【BoostIo/Boostnote】Webdav Sync for mobile clientsFund: $100https://t.co/fHdmmtnvWA#issue #Github #opensource… https://t.co/cuxEudvH2j
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