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React News Friday, May 25
- Fetching Data Using Web API In React
- Building AI Enabled GraphQL Applications – Open GraphQL – Medium
- React.js for the Visual Learner (Chapter 1
- In this article, I’m going to display (Fetching) data using ASP.net web API in React JS.
- And in the below project templates list select Add folders and core references for: e.g. Web Form, MVC & Web API etc.
- For this error we need to add some code in web.config of web API project – – Now we can enable access web API from front end inside React .
- And finally run both applications and display expected result from http get request with ASP.NET MVC + React JS + AXIOS.
@CsharpCorner: Fetching Data Using #WebAPI In #React by @khumeshR cc @CsharpCorner https://t.co/qJ8RZGHdAm #ReactJS https://t.co/8VINlCkcbw
- One of the most powerful things about AWS AppSync is the ability to use Lambda functions as first class endpoints to seamlessly integrate almost any service or database into your GraphQL API without much hassle.
- This app is built with four mainparts: – A client application (built with React Native) – An Amazon S3 bucket that holds the translated MP3s – A Lambda function that will handle the GraphQL query, do processing with Amazon Polly Amazon Translate, place an MP3 into an S3 bucket, then…
- To create the S3 bucket do the following: – Visit and click Create bucket – Give the bucket a name and choose defaults for all other options – Update line 46 in App.js to use the bucket name you just created (replace YOURBUCKETNAME): – – const mp3Url = the Lambdafunction…
- Run the React Native app – If building for iOS, run the following command from the terminal: – react-native run-iosIf building for Android, first open an Android emulator and then run the following command from the terminal: – react-native run-androidConclusion – With AWS AppSync you can leverage a single GraphQL…
- In this post, weve scratched the surface by demonstrating how we can use a GraphQL query to work with an AWS Lambda function to interact with other AWS services such as Amazon Polly, Amazon Translate, Amazon S3.
@TrevorRWarduk: Building AI Enabled GraphQL Applications – Open GraphQL – Medium https://t.co/pAUOjlHxdH #reactjs
- The Compact Explanation – I am writing a series of blog posts that teaches React.js to an absolute beginner through a heavy use of visuals and an extremely practical teaching methodology.
- On the other hand, I was frustrated that I was not taught modern web development despite my degree and falling short whenever I tried to get caught up.
- Heres a summary of the connections: – Vector graphics lead to pure CSS images – Pure CSS images lead to visual learning of Vue.js – Pure CSS images lead to scalable vector graphics (SVGs) – SVGs lead to UI design – Vue.js lead to re-attempting React.js – All of the…
- With these three things in mind, you can guess how I will use visuals to teach React.js to beginners: – I will use visuals to explain concepts and terms.
- How to Read ThisBook – In addition to finding the connection between visual learning and web development, there was another major thing I learned that helped me conquer impostor syndrome.
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