Contributing to React – Part 1 – anton niklasson

  • Even if I find an issue that needs fixing, I wouldn’t know where to start.
  • I have no idea what needs fixing, what features they are looking to implement or what can be optimized.
  • It turns out that the developers involved in React are making it easier to get into contributing.

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@AntonNiklasson: “I decided to take a shot at contributing to #reactjs. I guess I’ll learn a lot.”


I’ve been writing a bit of React during the last few months. Today I decided that I’m going to really make an effort to contribute. I’ve had this idea before when working with Angular and other frameworks, but it is intimidating. I guess I’m afraid of feeling stupid and rejected.


Contributing to React – Part 1 – anton niklasson

Goodbye ../../../ — Boyney

  • Now lets look our component again using modulesDirectories .
  • As you can see we are importing other components to use inside this component and we are using the filepath to find the component.
  • If we want to refactor our folder structure we have to change the file path in this component and maybe others.

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@MicheleBertoli: “Goodbye ../../../ #reactjs #webpack”


I have recently been writing a React application and recently ran into a little webpack gem I thought I would share…


Goodbye ../../../ — Boyney

Niilo Ursin – Masters of the Universal

  • You’re viewing YouTube in English (US) .
  • Rating is available when the video has been rented.
  • HelsinkiJS & Frontend Finland @ Alma Media 2016

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@AlmaDevelopers: ““Masters of the Universal” by @niiloursin at @helsinkijs & @frontendfinland april: #universal #reactjs #fluxible”


HelsinkiJS & Frontend Finland @ Alma Media 2016


Niilo Ursin – Masters of the Universal

What is the difference between JQuery, AngularJS and ReactJS? – Quora

  • Well, there’s a ton of differences, but they do share a main thing.
  • A component can use plain javascript for the interactions inside itself and with other components, but as your app grows you will need to add more tools as you go.
  • AngularJS is a Javascript MVC (Model-View-Controller) Framework used to make and design web apps easily.

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@javaeeeee1: “Question on @Quora: What is the difference between JQuery, AngularJS and ReactJS?”


What is the difference between a boat, a car and an airplane? Well, there’s a ton of differences, but they do share a main thing. They are all transportation methods. What is the difference between JQuery, AngularJS and ReactJS? Well, there’s a ton of differences, but they do share a main thing. They are all javascript frameworks.


What is the difference between JQuery, AngularJS and ReactJS? – Quora

React Native · Issue #119 · yahoo/react-intl · GitHub

  • In the FormattedDate component (date.js) the return {formattedDate}; should be replaced with a createElement function like used in the FormattedMessage component.
  • I’m planning to create a component to abstract out messages like this: https://github.com/ngduc/react-setup/blob/master/src/app/Home/messages.js
  • @gerbenupinion I don’t think using tag prefix makes sense, component is probably better.

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@mOoot: “using react-intl in a #reactnative app is a piece of cake 🙂
#reactjs”


react-intl – Internationalize React apps. This library provides React components and an API to format dates, numbers, and strings, including pluralization and handling translations.


React Native · Issue #119 · yahoo/react-intl · GitHub

Webpack’s HMR & React-Hot-Loader — The Missing Manual — Medium

  • App Scenario 3- A React App With Backend Server That’s BOTH API AND Web Server
  • And then depending on your app’s scenario, you can choose one of them and then use React Hot Loader along with it.
  • App Scenario 2- A React App With Backend API calls (proxy)

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@thetinkertrain: “Pretty useful tips:

Webpack’s HMR & React-Hot-Loader — The Missing Manual

#JavaScript #webpack #ReactJS”


Webpack’s HMR along with React-Hot-Loader makes developing React apps very productive. But depending on the type of the …


Webpack’s HMR & React-Hot-Loader — The Missing Manual — Medium

Publish websites using ReactJs – Brendan Graetz

  • Publish websites using ReactJs
  • tl;dr= Use ReactJs to publish static + isomorphic websites
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@bguiz: “At 6-ish this evening: Publish Websites with #ReactJs
#isomorphic #js #nodejs #talk static site generation”


React can render both to in-browser DOM –
which is the default use case –
as well as to an in-memory string –
which is usually used in server-side rendering.
Thanks to
static-site-generator-webpack-plugin
doing the heavy lifting,
and a few node modules of my own,
it can also be used to generate static sites.
This is perfect for hosting on Github Pages,
or similar hosts.


Publish websites using ReactJs – Brendan Graetz