now it’s easier than ever to contribute to react-native docs!

  • As mentioned above, the ‘docs/’ folder contains the source files for all of the docs in the React Native website.
  • If you’re adding a new doc or you need to alter the order the docs appear in the sidebar, take a look at the ‘sidebars.json’ file in the ‘website/’ directory.
  • The React Native website is versioned as to allow users to go back and see the API reference docs for any given release.
  • json’ files will be copied over to the corresponding location within ‘website/versioned_docs/’ and keeps track of the list of versions for the site in the ‘website/versions.
  • The ‘showcase.json’ file contains the list of users that are highlighted in the React Native showcase.

react-native-website – The site and docs for React Native
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The Ultimate Vue JS 2 Developers Course

  • Vue.js 2 is one of the hottest Javascript frameworks right now and demand for Vue developers is quickly growing amongst employers.
  • In this course we will learn by doing!
  • I will lead you through the process of building three real world, professional Vue.js applications that, together, demonstrate all the features and capabilities of Vue from the basics to the cutting edge: – – In addition to writing code, we will also take the time to discuss the essential Vue concepts…
  • This course is ideal for existing web developers looking to upskill with Vue.js.
  • Please note these requirements: – – I look forward to seeing you in the course!

Learn and master VueJS by building 3 professional, real world web application using Vue!
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Why React is more popular now a days?

Why #Reactjs is more popular now a days?

   #Javascript  #webdev  #WebApp

  • Well, React’s fast-paced performance and easy learning played a crucial role in highlighting and well-liked javascript among other several of available Javascript.
  • Some stunning features expect its typical attributes has enabled React to win the race rapidly and steadily.
  • Below in the first graph, you can see the popularity raised within the last two years which is acceptable due to the tremendous support of the React with the application development which we have already discussed.
  • Now coming to the second graph as you can see the another Javascript liked and most preferred by the developers i.e AngularJS compared with the React.
  • Techuz Infoweb has sowed the seeds of becoming top notch React js app Development Company and we have started to kick the market with the highly accepted React and React Native framework to develop applications that applaud and acquired by a large number of users.

React is best open-source JavaScript library and nowadays more popular. Many sites built with Reactjs development like Asana, Facebook, Netflix, PayPal, Tesla.
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Best JavaScript Frameworks: Vue.js, Angular and React.js

Best #JavaScript #Frameworks: #VueJS #Angular and #ReactJS

  • A couple of years ago, working at ThoughtWorks, I got the chance to build my first app with a JavaScript framework, it was Angularjs.
  • We are witnessing great changes in the JavaScript frameworks, most of all, these frameworks work as a skeleton for your SPAs, allowing you to focus in more complex tasks.
  • The most popular frameworks as of June 2017 are: Vue.js, Angular and React.js.
  • Angular is built with TypeScript, a superset to JavaScript, which makes it attractive to everyone even to big enterprises.
  • All of the JavaScript frameworks have a great performance, the difference is very small.

Best JavaScript Frameworks in 2017, benefits of using them and differences between the most popular frameworks: Vue.js, Angular and React.js
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Why React is more popular now a days?

Why React is more popular now a days?  #reactjs

  • Well, React’s fast-paced performance and easy learning played a crucial role in highlighting and well-liked javascript among other several of available Javascript.
  • Some stunning features expect its typical attributes has enabled React to win the race rapidly and steadily.
  • Below in the first graph, you can see the popularity raised within the last two years which is acceptable due to the tremendous support of the React with the application development which we have already discussed.
  • Now coming to the second graph as you can see the another Javascript liked and most preferred by the developers i.e AngularJS compared with the React.
  • Techuz Infoweb has sowed the seeds of becoming top notch React js app Development Company and we have started to kick the market with the highly accepted React and React Native framework to develop applications that applaud and acquired by a large number of users.

React is best open-source JavaScript library and nowadays more popular. Many sites built with Reactjs development like Asana, Facebook, Netflix, PayPal, Tesla.
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Vulcan 1.4: Sendy, EmbedAPI, Dataloader, and more – VulcanJS

Vulcan 1.4: Sendy, EmbedAPI, Dataloader, and more  #javascript #react #graphql #reactjs

  • Vulcan 1.4: Sendy, EmbedAPI, Dataloader, and moreVulcan 1.4 is here!
  • This release is mostly focused on small improvements and bug fixing, but it does include a few cool features.Better Third-Party Services IntegrationsWe’ve been in the process of revisiting Vulcan’s various integrations with third-party services such as Embedly and Mailchimp, and refactoring them to make it easier to add more alternative options.For example, the newsletter package now works with Sendy in addition to Mailchimp, and the image fetching package (which is still called vulcan:embedly for now) works with EmbedAPI in addition to Embedly.Additionally, the Embedly package now includes a built-in, barebones metadata-scraping feature, so that you can get started without having to rely on any third-party services.Better Performance With DataloaderAnother nice improvement is the addition of Dataloader to help speed up your app by caching and merging some of your database calls.You can learn more about what this means by watching the following video:Full ChangesHere’s a (more or less) full list of the changes.vulcan:newsletterAdded support for Sendy.Made it easier to add support for additional newsletter can now apply to document edit forms as well.Added new setFormState helper to form is now user creation callbacks.Added new avatarUrl field autofilled on user creation.
  • “Change password” link is now shown on user profile page.vulcan:embedlyMerge ThumbnailURL component’s features into EmbedlyURL component.Refactored the package to add support for EmbedAPI as well as a built-in meta tag scraper.vulcan:libAdded Dataloader support for users, posts, comments, and votes.Added support for child routes.Changed withCurrentUser HOC’s loading prop from loading to currentUserLoading .
  • Added new custom schema properties: onInsert, onEdit, onRemove .
  • Added new removeFromFragment categories from settings now works with nested categories.Added new getCategoriesAsNestedOptions function.Added new categoriesFilter setting that can be set to either union or intersection.OtherList of a user’s downvoted posts/comments is only visible to their owner.Added support for a description setting different from tagline.Fixed search form clearing.

Vulcan 1.4 is here! This release is mostly focused on small improvements and bug fixing, but it does include a few cool features. We’ve been in the process of revisiting Vulcan’s various integrations…
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FCC Speedrun — First steps into coding – Darko Tasevski – Medium

FCC Speedrun — First steps into coding  #react #javascript #reactjs

  • FCC Speedrun — First steps into codingI signed up for speedrun, despite of having a ton of courses and books, I planned to finish this month, to go through.
  • But I think that best kind of learning is learning from experience, so I will give it a go and do my best, which at this moment, sadly, is not that much.My plans for speedrun are to do my projects in HTML/CSS/JS with addition of , maybe, React/Redux or Vue.
  • I also will update my Medium page with every step forward in learning something new, and with every project I finish.
  • I hope that this will be an extra productive month and big leap forward my career goals.In addition, I would like to thanks to P1xt, Chance Taken and all those people in cohorts who are an limitless source of energy and motivation!

I signed up for speedrun, despite of having a ton of courses and books, I planned to finish this month, to go through. But I think that best kind of learning is learning from experience, so I will…
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Laravel Frontend Presets – Taylor Otwell – Medium

  • This gives developers a quick, convenient starting point for building modern, robust JavaScript components for their applications.For Laravel 5.5, this scaffolding is still in place, but we’re introducing some additional options for frontend scaffolding via a new artisan preset command.ReactIf you love React, you will love Laravel 5.5.
  • Simply run the php artisan preset react command to swap out the Vue scaffolding with React scaffolding.
  • The default Mix configuration, components, and all other related files will be updated accordingly:Now, instead of an Example.vue component, your application will contain an Example.js React component:BootstrapSome users may not want any JavaScript scaffolding at all, but don’t want to lose the basic Bootstrap CSS scaffolding.
  • If that’s you, you can use the artisan preset bootstrap to only remove the Vue scaffolding:Remove All ScaffoldingSome users may even want to remove all frontend scaffolding.
  • The artisan preset none will remove all frontend scaffolding:I hope you enjoy these new options!

As many of you probably know, Laravel 5.4 ships with an Example.vue component in the resources/assets/js/components directory. In addition, Laravel Mix supports compiling single-file Vue components…
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Facebook’s new tool helps you get started quickly with React Native projects on any OS

Facebook's new tool helps you get started quickly with React Native projects on any OS

  • You might want to consider building it with a new React Native tool from the folks at Facebook, which works for iOS and Android projects on any OS.
  • With the launch of Create React Native App (CRNA), you don’t need Xcode or even a Mac to build iOS apps, and similarly, Android Studio and other dependencies aren’t required for creating Android software.
  • This is made possible with Expo (formerly known as Exponent), an app that runs CRNA without compiling native code and allows you to control native UI components on both mobile platforms using JavaScript.
  • However, if you need to include native code in your project, you’ll have to eject it and then continue your build in Xcode or Android Studio.
  • Next, open the QR code that’s automatically generated using the Expo Android or iOS app on your mobile device, and you’re good to go.

Got an idea for a new app? Consider building it with a new React Native tool from the folks at Facebook, which works for mobile projects on any OS.
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Tom Occhino: Running Open Source at Facebook

  • It was first open-sourced at JSConf US in May 2013 when most people did not take the first open source project from Facebook seriously.
  • In addition to learning about the latest in React, I was surprised to hear Tom Occhino talk about what it’s like to run open source projects at Facebook.
  • React is an open source JavaScript library for creating interactive user interfaces.
  • The project attracted people who really understood the mission and became not only advocates, but also long time contributors.
  • Tom Occhino is an Engineering Manager at Facebook and one of the creators of React Native.

Few days ago I went to a React meetup at Eventbrite in SF with my friend Jack from Pinterest. In addition to learning about the latest in…
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