My experience with React 16

  • If you have a React 15.5 app which doesn’t use deprecated features and doesn’t throw errors, then React 16 just works!
  • One of my favorite things about React is that it gives me access to a great library of open-source components.
  • And thanks to the stability of React’s API, I haven’t needed to upgrade many of these components… until now.
  • In previous versions of React, throwing exceptions within event handlers would have unpredictable results.
  • While React’s API hasn’t changed much, it has an entirely new engine under the hood called React Fiber.

Now I don’t want to waste your time with another “What is React 16?”; the official blog is already very informative. But what I can give you is the story of my experience this week, when I upgraded a large project to React 16.
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React Lifecycle, Quickly by the Method – Gabriel Kunkel – Medium

React Lifecycle, Quickly by the Method  #javascript #react #reactjs

  • React Lifecycle, Quickly by the MethodThese methods aren’t perfectly desirable to use, but they’re a way of exerting more control over the situation when the rest of the world just doesn’t want to cooperate with React.componentWillMount: Use for connecting to API’s on root components or containers.
  • componentDidMount: Load your data and do anything you need to do to a component.
  • After a parent component did some value changing.
  • This is the place to change outside DOM things in respect to changes that are linked up to the values tracked by react.
  • If you’re going to kill your component, this is the place where you clean-up everything that react won’t clean up on its own, including network requests, event listeners, and a canvas box.The whole cycle with methods.

These methods aren’t perfectly desirable to use, but they’re a way of exerting more control over the situation when the rest of the world just doesn’t want to cooperate with React.
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Scripting Native App with React Native – Supreet Totagi – Medium

Scripting native app with React Native:  #frontend #ReactJS #JavaScript

  • Even though native development takes longer, there are many reasons why we can produce better experience on mobile than on web.
  • React Native apps can access platform features like the phone camera, or the user’s location.
  • With all the advantages of native development, what we really want is user experience of native mobile apps combined with developer experience we have when building on the web.
  • Scripting Native App with React Native
  • If we use JavaScript to build native mobile apps, we would probably make this stack work across multiple platforms combined with great developer experience that comes in building apps for the Web.

If we use JavaScript to build native mobile apps, we would probably make this stack work across multiple platforms combined with great developer experience that comes in building apps for the Web…
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DevDecks

  • Seamlessly highlight code as you focus on communicating what your code does.
  • Some of the features we envision in future releases include the ability to make API calls, integrate voice recognition and bluetooth device connectivity, collaborate remotely, and automatically sync files with cloud storage services.
  • Access the component API and harness the power of NodeJS to bring your dream feature to life.
  • Add new functionality by creating your own plugins.
  • Built in Electron with React-Redux/TypeScript.

No more switching windows in the middle of your presentation. Seamlessly highlight code as you focus on communicating what your code does.
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React Native With An Express/MongoDB Backend
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  • Fortunately there is React Native : a framework which enables developers to build their apps with a markup language and stylesheet syntax mimicking that of the web, while bringing all the structure of React with it.
  • Building apps with React Native, developers have access to the rich ecosystem of open-source Node libraries.
  • By the end of this course you’ll be familiar enough with React Native and Node to begin building the entire stack of your next application with it, on your own.
  • What’s more, Node is great for server-side development (we’ll be using express ), and having your front-end and back-end developed in the same language is wonderful.
  • HTML/CSS takes minutes to learn, whereas getting your head around iOS development can take months.

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React Native with MobX — Getting Started – React Native Training – Medium

  • Our App component will have access to the store as props.
  • Let’s create the App component.
  • Now that we have a store created, let’s to into the index file of the app and change the entry point to use the store and add create the navigation.
  • The app will have two main components, one that will allow us to create new lists and one that will allow us to add new items to our list.
  • We will have access to our store methods as props from our store and will be using them to interact with our app state.

Here, we will combine MobX and React Native to create a simple list app. If you’re looking to see how to get started with MobX and React…
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React Native With An Express/MongoDB Backend

React Native With An Express/MongoDB Backend
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  • Building apps with React Native, developers have access to the rich ecosystem of open-source Node libraries.
  • Fortunately there is React Native : a framework which enables developers to build their apps with a markup language and stylesheet syntax mimicking that of the web, while bringing all the structure of React with it.
  • By the end of this course you’ll be familiar enough with React Native and Node to begin building the entire stack of your next application with it, on your own.
  • What’s more, Node is great for server-side development (we’ll be using express ), and having your front-end and back-end developed in the same language is wonderful.
  • Anybody who comes from a web background understands that native mobile development is far more complicated.

Develop and deploy React Native mobile apps powered by a Node, Express and MongoDB server
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