Qwikly – Our experience with React Native and Swift

  • Our React Native starter app had 1548 dependencies (in the form of node modules and their dependencies).
  • It was around this time that we first started discussing whether we could realistically target React Native in the long term.
  • Our Swift starter app contains 65 files , representing a 99.66% reduction in the number of files.

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@rajubitter: “The qwikly folks tried to integrate their tool with React Native, didn’t go well. @fusetools @wan_li”


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Qwikly – Our experience with React Native and Swift

Modern Web » Blog Archive » S01E02 Part 1 – Angular vs Ember vs React at Netflix with Ben Lesh & Taras Mankovski – ReactJS News

  • Modern Web ” Blog Archive ” S01E02 Part 1 – Angular vs Ember vs React at Netflix with Ben Lesh & Taras Mankovski
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Announcing PusherJS 3.1: Supporting ReactNative, Service Workers and NodeJS – Pusher Blog – ReactJS News – ReactJS News

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

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


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