React News Tuesday, July 3
- Build software better, together
- Sneak peek at new React DevTools “profiler” feature
- How to deploy a create-react-app with an Express backend to Heroku
- React Native vs Flutter vs NativeScript vs Ionic vs PWAs
- CS50’s Mobile App Development with React Native
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@itsmadou: yubaba is trending on #github today 👉 https://t.co/jg7KCZ4FSuyubaba is a element to element animation orchestrato… https://t.co/noKaEZWaEQ
@JS_Cheerleader: ICYMI Here’s a sneak peek at the prototype @reactjs DevTools profiler @brian_d_vaughn has been working on:https://t.co/SbxUOb1G8V
- Atomic layout is an implementational paradigm that delegates the distribution of spacial relation between any layout composites to the dedicated layer.
- Put shortly, it helps you to create reusable, efficient and fast responsive layouts with close to no CSS.
- So you manage CSS properties to ensure your layout is just right.
- Atomic layout solves this problem by introducing a dedicated layer responsible for spacial distribution in your layouts.
- That allows to reuse atom components in any layout possible without mutating those composites.
@MicheleBertoli: A single component to distribute a spacial relation in your layouts https://t.co/nMuHkjJoG7 #ReactJS
- The problem is that a parent View in Android will clip the content of children Views (react-native) – – This solves the problem of Overflow on Android (check this could make code simpler, so you don’t need to move some Components outside parents to make layout work – – You…
- For example: – – You can then use in place of .
@sseraphini: @satya164 @yungsters for now you can use https://t.co/dUrAUfkitU
@spietrek: “How to deploy a create-react-app with an Express backend to Heroku” #reactjs #nodejs https://t.co/e9WWRXodTT
@HMazomba: I liked a @YouTube video https://t.co/sYZ2LN1McM React Native vs Flutter vs NativeScript vs Ionic vs PWAs
@MHDev91: CS50’s Mobile App Development with #ReactNative on @edxonline #mooc https://t.co/f3vyeJbuk5 that’s super awesome!
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