What I Learned Today – Atomic Jolt

Amazing video tutorials for #ReactJS, #JavaScript, #DeveloperSkills, #RubyonRails & #Hacking

  • What I Learned Today – Atomic Jolt
  • 35: React Client Starter App – Duration: 17 minutes.
  • 28: Elixir Phoenix React starter project – Duration: 21 minutes.
  • 3: React Basics – Lifecycle Methods – Duration: 20 minutes.
  • 3: Refactoring the React Client Starter App – Duration: 31 minutes.

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@atomicjolt: “Amazing video tutorials for #ReactJS, #JavaScript, #DeveloperSkills, #RubyonRails & #Hacking”


At Atomic Jolt, we are constantly exploring the world of software development. These videos are part of our daily internal training to improve our skills and…


What I Learned Today – Atomic Jolt

Initial commit · reactjs/redux@8bc1465 · GitHub

  • + // To compute the next state, combine the next states of every store
  • + return class extends Component {
  • + var webpack = require ( ‘ webpack ‘ );
  • + import React , { Component , PropTypes } from ‘ react ‘ ;
  • + // Keep all store observers by key

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redux – Predictable state container for JavaScript apps


Initial commit · reactjs/redux@8bc1465 · GitHub

A look at Relay and Apollo — Front-end developer — Medium

Take a look at Relay and Apollo:  #ReactJS

  • I am going to scaffold a Relay component and an Apollo component.
  • Now that we’ve scaffolded the component with Relay, let’s do it with Apollo.
  • Once again, much like Redux root components we’ll setup a Provider and render our component.
  • We then need to build a “Root Query” for the “Root Container” in Relay.
  • So in the Relay world, we need to export a “container”, essentially a specific Relay wrapper around our components.

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A look at Relay and Apollo — Front-end developer — Medium

React.js + Redux stationary training

We now offer React.js + Redux stationary trainings!

  • Attendant can test React components using Enzyme library.
  • Attendant can create a data flow of the basic application using Redux.
  • Attendant can use the root component approach to create dynamic interfaces without any supportive libraries.
  • Attendant can use basic strategies of using React.js with other technologies – like JavaScript frameworks.
  • Attendant understands how middlewares work and can use it to communicate with backend using Redux-Thunk.

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