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    • Action, deep learning, Microsoft Bot Framework, Edition, Vue.js Applications
  • React vs Angular: An In-depth Comparison —
    • Should you pick Angular or React? Pavels Jelisjevs looks in detail at what both frameworks have to offer, and gives some practical advice on how to choose.
    • react, Angular, standard React components, react router v4, React Native
  • Finally understand Redux by building your own Store
    • Tutorials, guides, blogs and courses on Angular, TypeScript, JavaScript and front-end development.
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  • Getting MEAN with Mongo, Express, Angular, and Node, Second Edition – – Get Programming with JavaScript Next – – Get Programming with Go – – C++ Concurrency in Action, Second Edition – – Deep Learning and the Game of Go – – Getting MEAN with Mongo, Express, Angular, and Node…
  • 03/01/2018 – The fourth and final unit, Architecting on AWS, has been added to – The fourth and final unit, Architecting on AWS, has been added to Amazon Web Services in Action, Second Edition .
  • 02/28/2018 – Chapter 6 and Appendix B have been added to – Chapter 6 and Appendix B have been added to Deep Learning and the Game of Go , covering designing a neural network for Go data and the backpropagation algorithm.
  • 02/25/2018 – Chapter 4 More sensitive suggestions is new to – Chapter 4 More sensitive suggestions is new to Deep Learning for Search

Tags: Action, deep learning, Microsoft Bot Framework, Edition, Vue.js Applications

  • Strictly speaking, its not exactly fair to compare Angular to React, since Angular is a full-blown, feature-rich framework, while React just a UI component library.
  • If were looking at just React, heres what we have: – – No dependency injection – Instead of classic templates it has JSX, an XML-like language built on top of JavaScript – XSS protection – Utilities for unit-testing components.
  • Instead of following a classical approach of separating markup and logic, React decided to combine them within components using an XML-like language that allows you to write markup directly in your JavaScript code.
  • All three features can greatly improve your developer experience: JSX and Flow allow you to quickly spot places with potential errors, and Redux will help achieve a clear structure for your project.
  • NET, so if your developers have a background in one of these languages, they are likely to find TypeScript easier to learn than plain JavaScript (notice how we switched from the tool to your personal environment).

Tags: react, Angular, standard React components, react router v4, React Native

  • A reducer is simply a pure function which accepts the of our application (our internal state tree, which our Store passes to the reducer), and finally a second argument of the which was dispatched.
  • The reducer gets passed our state as we know, and to do something useful (such as updating our state tree), we need to respond to the actions property (which we just looked at above).
  • To complete our full circle trip of abiding by the pure functions rule, we access the property supplied in the function arguments to obtain any data weve dispatched via an action: – – One thing I see is confusion between state and store.
  • The method will allow us to pass a subscriber function into our Store, which when our state tree changes, we can pass that new state tree changes down via an argument to our callback.
  • For this example, lets ignore the fact that reducers even exist and simply update the state manually: – – After weve dispatched this action, our state tree now looks like this: – – Now weve got an understanding that a reducer updates a slice of state, lets start by defining…

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