The Story Behind the New WordPress.com

  • Calypso is an Automattic project while WordPress itself is created by the community at large.
  • Seeing the apps come together and using them internally really started to justify all the hard work we’d spent building the Calypso codebase.
  • Calypso can only be used to interface with WordPress via the WordPress.com REST API right now.

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@DameanDaemon: “The Story Behind the New #WordPress – Yep, there is some #Nodejs and #Reactjs in the future”


A little over a year and a half ago, we had a dramatic rethink of the technologies and development workflows for building with WordPress. Our existing codebase and workflows had served us well, but ten years of legacy was beginning to seriously hinder us from building the modern, fast, and mobile-friendly experiences that our users…


The Story Behind the New WordPress.com | Developer Resources

23 – Master your freelance career with Web designer and Developer Jonathan Snook

  • In the episode we talk to Web designer and developer, Jonathan Snook.
  • Design and developer discussion for all levels of people in the industry that simply love what they do, and do web good.
  • Over the last two decades in the web industry, he has done back-end development, front-end development, UX design, and product management.

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@ThunderNerdsHoo: “Listen to #JonathanSnook talk about #responsive #webApps #webdev #html5 #ui #UIDesign #reactjs #angular2 #uxdesign”


In this episode we talk to Web designer and developer, Jonathan Snook. We discuss his career journey from Yahoo and Shopify to his current freelance venture. Over the last two decades in the web industry, he has done back-end development, front-end development, UX design, and product management. Jon


23 – Master your freelance career with Web designer and Developer Jonathan Snook | Thunder Nerds

Join Us For an Exclusive 2-Day Workshop:React Native

  • The price for attending this 2-day workshop is just $299.
  • Hack (Convert basic list app from React to React Native)
  • I’ve attended a lot of online workshops, and they are very shallow and unpractical.

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@pauloelias: “I’m a @reactnative fanboy and cannot wait for next week’s @FrontendMasters react native workshop:”


For JavaScript developers looking to build native apps or a native app developers looking to build in the same paradigm across multiple platforms.


Join Us For an Exclusive 2-Day Workshop:React Native

GitHub – oblador/react-native-shimmer: Simple shimmering effect for any view in React Native

  • The duration of the fade used when shimmer begins.
  • $ npm install react-native-shimmer –save
  • The duration of the fade used when shimmer ends.

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@trastknast: “By popular demand my #reactnative shimmer wrapper now has a github repo”


react-native-shimmer – Simple shimmering effect for any view in React Native


GitHub – oblador/react-native-shimmer: Simple shimmering effect for any view in React Native

Announcing PusherJS 3.1: Supporting ReactNative, Service Workers and NodeJS – Pusher Blog

  • We’re very happy to announce PusherJS 3.1, which keeps support for legacy browsers such as IE7, while also adding capability for React Native, web workers and NodeJS.
  • var Pusher = require(‘pusher-js/node’); var pusher = new Pusher(‘key’, { encrypted: true }); // …
  • 10.22.15 Build An Android Chat App With Pusher

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@wiwer77: “Announcing PusherJS 3.1: Supporting #ReactJS Native, Service Workers and #NodeJS via pusher”


JavaScript is no longer about script tags in HTML. In recent times, a range of exciting new runtimes have opened up to allow us to use the language for amazing, bleeding-edge things. That can be NodeJS running on servers and IoT devices, React Native to create great UX for cross-platform mobile apps, or browser workers to enhance UI performance.


Announcing PusherJS 3.1: Supporting ReactNative, Service Workers and NodeJS – Pusher Blog

What UI library/framework are you using for React? – react – Meteor forums

  • I use MaterializeCSS (material design), but it has some quirks that don’t make it ideal.
  • In MaterializeCSS you will need to initialize some components (form elements, modals, etc.) when component mounts and if you plan to do anything special with select, then that might be a bit more difficult due to how Materialize handles it.
  • Semantic UI works great with React if you want a traditional CSS lib like you have with Bootstrap or MaterializeCSS, and they support a material design theme out of the box.

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@MeteorJSInfo: “What UI library/framework are you using for React?
Forum thread:
#meteorjs #ui #reactjs #webdev #javascript”


I just want to use/learn the one that's most popular because it will be most documented and supported.

Material-UI? React-Bootstrap?

Any others worth mentioning?


What UI library/framework are you using for React? – react – Meteor forums

Document a simpler way to test async action creators · Issue #1716 · reactjs/redux · GitHub

  • withExtraArgument ({ api, // can also pass other modules you need in ACs and want to mock in tests })) ); }
  • Please note that GitHub will soon be dropping support for Internet Explorer 10.
  • In tests, you should be able to call them directly with spies and pass your mocks as the third argument.

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@dan_abramov: “Feedback wanted: a simpler way to test async action creators”


redux – Predictable state container for JavaScript apps


Document a simpler way to test async action creators · Issue #1716 · reactjs/redux · GitHub