React.js Top 10 Open Source Projects (v.Feb 2018) – Mybridge for Professionals

React.js Top 10 Open Source Projects (v.Feb 2018)

  • React.js Top 10 Open Source Projects (v.Feb 2018)This is a new monthly seriesFor the past month, we ranked nearly 200 React.js Open Source Projects to pick the Top 10.
  • We compared projects with new or major release during this period.
  • Mybridge AI ranks projects based on a variety of factors to measure its quality for professionals.Average number of Github stars in this edition: 3,095⭐️“Watch” React.js Top 10 Open Source on Github and get email once a month.Topics: GraphQL API, Documentation, State Management, WordPress, Components, Starter, Gesture handlingReact.js Articles of the…

For the past month, we ranked nearly 200 React.js Open Source Projects to pick the Top 10.
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React.js Top 10 Open Source Projects (v.Feb 2018)

@reactjs #JavaScript

  • React.js Top 10 Open Source Projects (v.Feb 2018)This is a new monthly seriesFor the past month, we ranked nearly 200 React.js Open Source Projects to pick the Top 10.
  • We compared projects with new or major release during this period.
  • Mybridge AI ranks projects based on a variety of factors to measure its quality for professionals.Average number of Github stars in this edition: 3,095⭐️“Watch” React.js Top 10 Open Source on Github and get email once a month.Topics: GraphQL API, Documentation, State Management, WordPress, Components, Starter, Gesture handlingReact.js Articles of the…

For the past month, we ranked nearly 200 React.js Open Source Projects to pick the Top 10.
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The Beginner’s Guide to ReactJS from @kentcdodds on @eggheadio

The Beginner's Guide to ReactJS - #react course by @kentcdodds

  • This course is for React newbies and those looking to get a better understanding of React fundamentals.
  • With a focus on React fundamentals, you’ll come out of this course knowing what problems React can solve for you and how it goes about solving those problems.
  • Each lesson in this course is just a single file which will help you keep your focus on learning React and not distracted by all the tools that make production applications work.
  • The course wraps up with a lesson on how to move from these files to a more production ready development environment and even how to deploy your app to a great service like Netlify.

This course is for React newbies and those looking to get a better understanding of React fundamentals. With a focus on React fundamentals, you’ll come out of this course knowing what problems React can solve for you and how it goes about solving those problems. You will have a good grasp on what JSX is and how it translates to regular JavaScript function calls and objects.
Each lesson in this course is just a single index.html file which will help you keep your focus on learning React and not distracted by all the tools that make production applications work. The course wraps up with a lesson on how to move from these index.html files to a more production ready development environment and even how to deploy your app to a great service like Netlify.
Enjoy!
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Building A Sticky Sidebar In React

Building A Sticky Sidebar In React  #reactjs #webdev #javascript

  • In this three part live coding series, we will build a basic 8-2 column layout and add a sticky sidebar to our app.
  • In the process, we will learn about how we can create dummy paragraphs programmatically and leverage several useful functions from Lodash, Boostrap and React-Sticky component.
  • We start our app by using the Create React App boilerplate.
  • We will use several ES6 features, so if you need a refresher, check out these tutorials: – – If you enjoyed this tutorial, make sure to subscribe to our Youtube Channel and follow us on Twitter @pentacodevids for latest updates!

In this three part live coding series, we will build a basic 8-2 column layout and add a sticky sidebar to our app. In the process, we will learn about how we can create dummy paragraphs programmatically and leverage several useful functions from Lodash, Boostrap and React-Sticky component. We start our app by using
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Render Text within a Server-side ReactJS App with Next.js from @tgrecojs on @eggheadio

  • By default, Next.js will automatically create routes for any files inside of a projects directory.
  • In this lesson, we’ll get a first-hand look at this and see just how quickly Next.js’ built-in router makes the process of getting started.

By default, Next.js will automatically create routes for any .js files inside of a projects pages directory. In this lesson, we’ll get a first-hand look at this and see just how quickly Next.js’ built-in router makes the process of getting started.
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How to Set up a New React Native Project

How do you set up a React Native project? Here's how I do it

  • There’s no lack of flexibility when you’re starting a React Native project.
  • You get to choose how you organize your project, which packages to use, which editor to use, and so on.
  • I’ve found this to be true while talking with over 5,000 students and through my own experience of building React Native apps over the last few years.
  • Flexibility is great.
  • In this 40 minute course I’ll share with you: – – Whether you’re starting a brand new project or just looking for tips and how to improve your development environment join me in this quick 40 minute course that can save you hours throughout the life of your current and…

Tips, Tricks, and Tools to Optimize Your React Native Development Workflow
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