ReactXP — First Look🔥 – React Native Training – Medium

.@Microsoft's ReactXP : the first look  #ReactJS

  • is a new Library by Microsoft for building cross platform apps that run on iOS, Android, Windows, and the web.This library looks really promising, and I will quickly demo the library as well as talk about what it offers.ReactXP is built using React and React Native, and the lifecycle methods remain the same across both platforms.
  • The main difference between React Native is that ReactXP works out of the box with not only iOS and Android, but also on the web and on WindowsOS!From the docs:With React and React Native, your web app can share most its logic with your iOS and Android apps, but the view layer needs to be implemented separately for each platform.
  • If you write your app to this abstraction, you can share your view definitions, styles and animations across multiple target platforms.ReactXP main points:Recommended to build using TypeScript or FlowCan compile directly to web without another abstraction 🔥🔥🔥If you already know React / React Native, you get get up and running quicklyVery similar API to React Native.
  • Below are examples of some code you may see in ReactXPimport RX = require(‘reactxp’)import { Styles, Component, Animated, Types, View, Link, Text,} from ‘reactxp’const styles = { container: Styles.createViewStyle({ flex: 1, justifyContent: ‘center’ backgroundColor: ‘#f5fcff’ })}class App extends Componentnull, null { private _animatedStyle: componentDidMount() { // do some stuff with the _animatedStyle }render() { return( View style={ styles.container } Animated.Text style={this.
  • _animatedStyle} Hello World /Animated.Text /View ) } }export default Appprops, state, and most React specific things work the same, because it is built on top of React and React Native.Huge props to Microsoft + Open Source and all of the great people working there, they have been absolutely crushing it lately and I am excited to see where ReactXP goes from here!If you’re looking to get started with a new ReactXP project, check out this starter project I created that you can easily clone to get set up – Name is Nader Dabit .

ReactXP is a new Library by Microsoft for building cross platform apps that run on iOS, Android, Windows, and the web. This library looks really promising, and I will quickly demo the library as well…
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ReactXP — First Look🔥 – Nader Dabit – Medium

  • is a new Library by Microsoft for building cross platform apps that run on iOS, Android, Windows, and the web.This library looks really promising, and I will quickly demo the library as well as talk about what it offers.ReactXP is built using React and React Native, and the lifecycle methods remain the same across both platforms.
  • The main difference between React Native is that ReactXP works out of the box with not only iOS and Android, but also on the web and on WindowsOS!From the docs:With React and React Native, your web app can share most its logic with your iOS and Android apps, but the view layer needs to be implemented separately for each platform.
  • If you write your app to this abstraction, you can share your view definitions, styles and animations across multiple target platforms.ReactXP main points:Recommended to build using TypeScript or FlowCan compile directly to web without another abstraction 🔥🔥🔥If you already know React / React Native, you get get up and running quicklyVery similar API to React Native.
  • Below are examples of some code you may see in ReactXPimport RX = require(‘reactxp’)import { Styles, Component, Animated, Types, View, Link, Text,} from ‘reactxp’const styles = { container: Styles.createViewStyle({ flex: 1, justifyContent: ‘center’ backgroundColor: ‘#f5fcff’ })}class App extends Componentnull, null { private _animatedStyle: componentDidMount() { // do some stuff with the _animatedStyle }render() { return( View style={ styles.container } Animated.Text style={this.
  • _animatedStyle} Hello World /Animated.Text /View ) } }export default Appprops, state, and most React specific things work the same, because it is built on top of React and React Native.Huge props to Microsoft + Open Source and all of the great people working there, they have been absolutely crushing it lately and I am excited to see where ReactXP goes from here!

ReactXP is a new Library by Microsoft for building cross platform apps that run on iOS, Android, Windows, and the web. This library looks really promising, and I will quickly demo the library as well…
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React Universal with Next.js: Server-side React

#ReactJS Universal with #NextJS: Server-side React

  • /pages/index.js // Import React import React from ‘react’ // Export an anonymous arrow function // which returns the template export default () => (

    This is just so easy!

  • import React from ‘react’ import Head from ‘next/head’ import axios from ‘axios’; export default class extends React.
  • Our index page does not implement this performance related feature in details page.
  • /pages/details.js import React from ‘react’ // Import Link from next import Link from ‘next/link’ export default () => (

    Coming soon. . .!

The term “universal” is a community-coined term for building web apps that render happily on a server. You might be familiar with “isomorphic” as…
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Tutorial: How to Build A Chat App with React Native

Need a little #ReactNative refresher? Not to worry, we've got you covered.

  • Create A Chat App Project
  • import React, { Component } from ‘react’;
  • Tutorial: How to Build A Chat App with React Native
  • How to build a native chat app with React Native and Socket.IO
  • Let’s create a user interface for our chat app.

We gave you an intro to React Native, now let’s put those skills to work!
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