React Native Community · GitHub

  • React Native Blur component
  • Please note that GitHub will soon be dropping support for Internet Explorer 10.
  • If you are using IE 11, make sure you turn off “Compatibility View” .
  • Personal Open source Business Explore
  • We recommend upgrading to the latest Internet Explorer , Google Chrome , or Firefox .

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@matzatorski: “Together with a few other folks I started React Native Community on GH, for well documented & up to date RN modules”


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React Native Community · GitHub

Fast D3 based charts with ReactEasyChart

Fast #D3-based charts with ReactEasyChart:  #ReactJS

  • Realtime data feed support: the charts automatically update when the data passed into the props changes
  • Easy to set-up: you only need to pass in data to render a chart
  • We’ve concentrated on making an API that is consistent across the set of graphs.
  • Fast rendering: using React means we minimise the changes to the DOM as a result of data or props changes
  • It is a set of react graphing components that allow a developer to create and implement a graph very quickly (minutes, not days) and easily within a React application.

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@ReactiveConf: “Fast #D3-based charts with ReactEasyChart: #ReactJS”


RMA Consulting’s Tech Team shares their Fast D3 based charts with ReactEayChart


Fast D3 based charts with ReactEasyChart

Going further with React lifecycle methods — Medium

Going further with #ReactJS lifecycle methods:

  • Similar to componentWillMount() , this method is called when an already mounted component is about to update.
  • The lifecycle method should return true or false and not itself trigger an update.
  • Is where you will want to invoke any 3rd party JS libraries as you have access to the DOM within this lifecycle method.
  • Only when a components props have changed is this method invoked with a new props object.
  • The method is called before it is removed from the DOM. You should use this method for any further garbage collection including the removal of event listeners.

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@ReactiveConf: “Going further with #ReactJS lifecycle methods:”


In my previous article Getting started with React, I covered getting started with writing a stateful and stateless components, props and…


Going further with React lifecycle methods — Medium

The Firebase Blog: Firebase and React Native

  • When the Firebase 3.x SDK was released at Google I/O, the authentication part of the SDK was no longer compatible with React Native.
  • The version also adds unauthenticated access from the Node.js SDK, which means you can initialize an app without a service account.
  • A service account is still required to create and verify tokens, but it isn’t necessary for all Node.js use cases.
  • Software Engineer Thanks to your continued feedback, Firebase now has broader support for React Native with version 3.1.0 of the JavaScript SDK .
  • With the latest SDK, we’ve relaxed this requirement, so you can initialize your app with just your database URL. import firebase from “firebase”; firebase.initializeApp({ databaseURL: ““, }); Without a service account, access to the Realtime Database will be restricted just like any other unauthenticated client.

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@Firebase: “Firebase now works with React Native! Get the details in our latest blog post by @_jwngr”



The Firebase Blog: Firebase and React Native

Introduction · Black Pixel Redux Handbook

Learn about writing Redux-powered apps with our team’s Redux Handbook:  #reactjs #gitbook

  • In simple terms, any data that may change ends up living in Redux, which then gets wired up to your React containers to provide the means to read from or write to your state object.
  • It is often used in combination with React to pull state out from the view layer into a single store.
  • Flux allows for either mutable or immutable data (although immutability is often encouraged); Redux mandates immutability.
  • The single store and immutable data allows for easy implementation of features such as simpler state hydration, snapshots, or recording/”time travel”.
  • An additional thing to consider is that your data should be represented in your state object in a normalized way.

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@blackpixel: “Learn about writing Redux-powered apps with our team’s Redux Handbook: #reactjs #gitbook”


Redux is a state management library written by Dan Abramov. It is often used in combination with React to pull state out from the view layer into a single store. In simple terms, any data that may change ends up living in Redux, which then gets wired up to your React containers to provide the means to read from or write to your state object.


Introduction · Black Pixel Redux Handbook

Release 0.29.0 · facebook/react-native · GitHub

  • Add support for native animations on iOS ( 19e2388 ) – @buba447
  • Add support for reverse flex directions on Android and iOS ( d43e0db ) – @feichngr
  • NavigationExperimental – Remove prop onNavigate ( fb0007d ) – @hedgerwang
  • Fix onLayout support in ( 92926f9 ) – @paulshen
  • Implement CSS z-index for iOS ( d64368b ) – @nicklockwood

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@grabbou: “React Native 0.29 is now on npm”


react-native – A framework for building native apps with React.


Release 0.29.0 · facebook/react-native · GitHub