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Learn React with Kent C. Dodds

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Learn React with Kent C. Dodds

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ReactJS vs Angular5 vs Vue.js — What to choose in 2018?

  • JavaScript frameworks are developing at an extremely fast pace, meaning that today we have frequently updated versions of Angular, ReactJS and another player on this marketVue.js.
  • Drawbacks of ReactJS: – Lack of official documentationsuper-fast development of ReactJS leaves no place for the proper documentation which is a bit chaotic now as many developers contribute it individually without any systematic approach; – React is unopinionatedmeaning that developers sometimes have too much choice; – Long time to master…
  • Pros and cons ofVue.js – Vue.js is a JavaScript framework, launched in 2013, which perfectly fits for creating highly adaptable user interfaces and sophisticated Single-page applications.
  • Vue.js has very circumstantial documentation which can fasten learning curve for developers and save a lot of time to develop an app using only the basic knowledge of HTML and JavaScript.
  • Vue.js still has a pretty small market share in comparison with React or Angular, which means that knowledge sharing in this framework is still in the beginning phase.

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ReactJS vs Angular5 vs Vue.js — What to choose in 2018?

Building Serverless Mobile Applications with React Native & AWS

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Building Serverless Mobile Applications with React Native & AWS

How to use React’s experimental new Profiler feature

  • Later they are looking into a production + profiling build setting which would allow you to profile production code as well.Basically, Profiler is a Component that you can extract from the default React package.
  • Since it has that funky lowercase/underscore name, which a lot of linters frown upon, youll need to do one of the following: – import React, { unstable_Profiler as Profiler } from ‘react’;…const Profiler = React.unstable_Profiler;Now that youve got your Profiler, lets profile some components!
  • Heres a simple counter example: – import React, { unstable_Profiler as Profiler } from ‘react’;class ComponentWithProfiling extends React.Component { – state = { – count: 0 – }; logProfile = (id, phase, actualTime, baseTime, startTime, commitTime) = { – console.log(`${id}’s ${phase} phase:`); – console.log(`Actual time: ${actualTime}`); – console.log(`Base time: ${baseTime}`);…
  • count + 1 : count – 1 – }));render() { – return ( – Profiler id=app onRender={this.logProfile} – button divThe count is {this.state.count}/div – button /Profiler – ); – } – }Note that you need to give each section of the component tree that you are profiling an id.
  • startTime is the time at which the tree started doing its render calculations, whereas the commitTime refers to the time at which React actually committed those changes to the renderer.

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How to use React’s experimental new Profiler feature

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Cloning Dark Mode List using React Native and AWS AppSync

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Cloning Dark Mode List using React Native and AWS AppSync

Lead Software Engineer (Java, react.js, AWS) Job Listing at Cvent in Dallas, TX (Job ID 473535)

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Lead Software Engineer (Java, react.js, AWS) Job Listing at Cvent in Dallas, TX (Job ID 473535)

Best GraphQL tutorials, books & courses 2018 – ReactDOM

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Best GraphQL tutorials, books & courses 2018 – ReactDOM

Design 4 Drupal: The future of JavaScript in Drupal

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Design 4 Drupal: The future of JavaScript in Drupal | Dries Buytaert

Top React Courses

Modern React with Redux (86,762 students enrolled)

By Stephen Grider
  • Build amazing single page applications with React JS and Redux
  • Master fundamental concepts behind structuring Redux applications
  • Realize the power of building composable components
  • Be the engineer who explains how Redux works to everyone else, because you know the fundamentals so well
  • Become fluent in the toolchain supporting React, including NPM, Webpack, Babel, and ES6/ES2015 Javascript syntax

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The Complete React Native and Redux Course (53,888 students enrolled)

By Stephen Grider
  • Create real-world native apps using React Native
  • Make truly reusable components that look great
  • Understand the terminology and concepts of Redux
  • Prototype and deploy your own applications to the Apple and Google Play Stores
  • Get up to speed with React design principles and methodologies
  • Discover mobile design patterns used by experienced engineers

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Advanced React and Redux (35,016 students enrolled)

By Stephen Grider
  • Build a scaleable API with authentication using Express, Mongo, and Passport
  • Learn the differences between cookie-based and token-based authentication
  • Figure out what a Higher Order Component and how to use it to write dramatically less code
  • Write Redux middleware from scratch to uncover what is happening behind the scenes with Redux
  • Set up your own testing environment with Mocha and Chai
  • Realize the power of building composable components

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React Redux React-Router: From Beginner to Paid Professional (11,715 students enrolled)

By Leonardo Daniel
  • Building your amazing web applications with React JS and Redux
  • Getting a high-paying job as a front-end developer
  • Getting experience through doing many exercises. Re-enforcing your knowledge of ES6, advanced JavaScript, Redux, React through attempting a lot of quizzes. Practice makes perfect.
  • Becoming familiar with the technologies supporting React, including NPM, Webpack, Babel, and ES6/ES2015.

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React Native: Advanced Concepts (16,058 students enrolled)

By Stephen Grider
  • Make compelling applications using expert-level features of React Native
  • Create amazingly smooth and performant animations
  • Build new React Native apps with Expo
  • Understand the latest Navigation options for new React Native apps
  • Add logic to your Firebase backend with Google Cloud Functions
  • Update your users with cross platform Push Notifications
  • Handle your users going offline with Redux Persist

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React JS and Redux - Mastering Web Apps (54,299 students enrolled)

By David Katz
  • Develop entire React JS and Redux applications from scratch.
  • Build applications that deal with APIs and web requests.
  • Discuss ES6 and advanced JavaScript.
  • Create web apps with full authentication, and real-time database.

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React basic in just 1 hour (22,331 students enrolled)

By Leo Trieu
  • Taste of how to build your very first React component.
  • How to handle event in components.
  • Understand two key concepts of React: State and Props.
  • How to reuse and nest components.
  • How to transfer data between Parent, Child components.
  • How to work with Array, Form

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Meteor and React for Realtime Apps (7,889 students enrolled)

By Stephen Grider
  • Create interactive web apps amazingly fast
  • Build amazing single page applications with Meteor and React JS
  • Master fundamental concepts behind structuring Meteor applications
  • Learn the true purpose of Meteor in a modern application
  • Be the engineer who explains how Meteor works to everyone else, because you know the fundamentals so well
  • Build and prototype interesting personal projects in a weekend

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GraphQL with React: The Complete Developers Guide (14,683 students enrolled)

By Stephen Grider
  • Build amazing single page applications with React JS and GraphQL
  • Master fundamental concepts behind structuring GraphQL servers
  • Realize the power of building flexible data schemas
  • Be the engineer who explains how GraphQL works to everyone else, because you know the fundamentals so well
  • Become fluent in the ecosystem supporting GraphQL, including the differences between Apollo and Relay

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Essentials in JavaScript ES6 - A Fun and Clear Introduction (40,155 students enrolled)

By David Katz
  • Create ES6 applications from the ground up.
  • Use the terminal/command-line application and a code editor to code.
  • Look at ES6 code and understand keyword and concepts.
  • Create live development servers with Webpack.

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The Full JavaScript & ES6 Tutorial - (including ES7 & React) (55,808 students enrolled)

By David Katz
  • Code in JavaScript like a pro.
  • Code in es6 comfortably, using all the new features.
  • Build es6 projects from the ground up using tools like webpack and babel.
  • Create a basic ReactJS application from scratch.

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