Animated cartoon boxing glove. #reactjs #css3 #cssanimation #webdev #ui

Animated cartoon boxing glove. #reactjs #css3 #cssanimation #webdev #ui

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A “fast and lightweight” drag & drop, sortable library for #reactjs #JavaScript

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  • Each of its children should be wrapped by Draggable component – – The function to be called only by the container which drag starts from.
  • The function to be called by any relevant container when drop is over.
  • The function to be called by all containers before drag starts to determine the containers to which the drop is possible.
  • The function to be called by the relevant container whenever a dragged item enters its boundaries while dragging.
  • The function to be called by the relevant container whenever a dragged item leaves its boundaries while dragging.

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Top 3 React Native Courses By Stephen Grider (React Native)

Top 3 #reactnative Courses By Stephen Grider (#reactnative)  #redux

  • Check out our top three courses for learning React Native courses by Stephen Grider.
  • This course is for anyone looking to make native apps with React Native – – “Explains everything clearly, doesn’t skip over stuff.
  • Want to read more amazing reviews about Stephen Grider’s The Complete React Native and Redux Course?
  • Yes, click here to read more reviews… – – Description: Master the fundamentals of React and Redux with this tutorial as you develop apps with React Router, Webpack, and ES6 – – Ratings: 4.7 (28,056 ratings) – – Students: 93,804 students enrolled – – Instructor: Stephen Grider – – -…
  • Want to read more amazing reviews about Stephen Grider’s React Native: Advanced Concepts?

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I Created My Portfolio with React and Some Magic 🎉

  • This whole write-up is based off this site – Dinesh Pandiyan | Full Stack Dev – – A few weeks back I created Dev Landing Page and wrote a blog post about it.
  • I am no UI expert but in recent times I’ve took a liking towards responsive design, animations, flexbox, and other fancy CSS features.
  • While looking for inspiration, I stumbled across Ali Spittel’s post How I Re-Wrote my Portfolio Site.
  • Of all these, 1 of my 3 favorite themes will be applied when the site loads.
  • I gotta say, theme magic is my most favorite feature of the site ✨ – – Sass could be a powerful tool if you know how to use it right.

Awesome Portfolio written in React
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Introduction to React Motion Tutorial

  • React Motion is an animation library loved within the React community.
  • Just like React, state dictates when your React components will render, and likewise, state dictates the animations in React motion.
  • To start with React Motion, we’ll want to import 2 libraries: – – will be used to wrap around our component and is a function which controls the speed in which a number will animate from its beginning value to the ending value.
  • Now all you need to animate the Forecast component into and off of the screen is to change the state’s value, and as its changed, and will animate the properties back and forth.
  • Today we looked at React Motion, one of the many animation libraries out there, but one that works particularly well with React.

React Motion is an animation library loved within the React community. I have to say that having some experience with libraries like GSAP, it isn’t the easiest to comprehend, but its power comes from the ability to directly tie animations to your state.
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JSK Weekly is out. Come and see the best stories of the past week  #javascript #reactjs

JSK Weekly is out. Come and see the best stories of the past week  #javascript #reactjs

  • Fans of productivity tools will definitely enjoy an excellent article “Top JavaScript VSCode Extensions for Faster Development” by Arfat Salman.
  • If you are into JavaScript development you should educate yourself about functional programming whenever is possible.
  • One of the great articles that can help you with this task is “Can You Avoid Functional Programming as a Policy?”
  • We have several articles including the ones on the official blog.
  • One of the most interesting articles on the subject for this week is Dwayne Charrington’s “Aurelia CLI Is Now Webpack First” and “Aurelia Firebase Server-side Rendering Skeleton Template”.

Fans of productivity tools will definitely enjoy an excellent article “Top JavaScript VSCode Extensions for Faster Development” by Arfat Salman.

If you are into JavaScript development you should educate yourself about functional programming whenever is possible. One of the great articles that can help you with this task is “Can You Avoid Functional Programming as a Policy?” by Eric Elliott.

Finally our favorite framework, Aurelia, has caught quite some attention this week. We have several articles including the ones on the official blog. One of the most interesting articles on the subject for this week is Dwayne Charrington’s “Aurelia CLI Is Now Webpack First” and “Aurelia Firebase Server-side Rendering Skeleton Template”.

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Styling in React – codeburst

  • A style rule will have been inlined ğŸ‘� – Before digging into third party CSS in JS, let’s roll back to creating it ourself to understand the core benefits.
  • ğŸ‘� – A major benefit of defining CSS in JS is to be able to conditionally generate styles.
  • You’re also inlining everything 😭 – Third party packages exampleLuckily, there are some great third party packages to aid with handling CSS in JS 😌 – I don’t have experience with them all so I will be using styled-components for these examples.
  • If you’d rather take a quick look at styled-components before going any further, check it out here ğŸ‘� Don’t worry though, I will keep any examples intuitive and simple.
  • But consider that our CSS will have to contain styling for when the nav is open and closed ğŸ‘� – Using styled-components we could create something more along the lines of – That is so much clearer ğŸ˜� Any styling declaration via classNames are extracted and we are left with…

Styling is a huge part of the user experience for your apps. You’ve got a new design and you’re going to build your new awesome app in React. But how do you go about implementing that design? It…
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ReactJS and React Native similarities and differences

#ReactJS and #ReactNative similarities and differences - give our #article a read!

  • ReactJS and React Native similarities and differencesReactJS is a JavaScript library created by Facebook to tackle the User Interface needs for high performance and dynamic.
  • Start-up – Contrary to ReactJS, where the developer has to choose a bundler while trying to pick which of the bundling modules will be best for the project, React Native delivers everything needed.
  • Instead, delivers components working similarly and most of them can be translated into their equivalents in HTML, e.g. View to div and Text to something like a mixup of span and p. Due to this, the libraries used with ReactJS cannot be used in the React Native framework.
  • Summary – Both ReactJS and React Native are great for fast complex UI building and transitioning from the former to the latter isn’t hard for those who enjoy learning new JavaScript frameworks.
  • What should be remembered is: – React Native is a framework while ReactJS is a JavaScript libraryReact Native doesn’t use HTMLReactJS gives all the advantages of React NativeReactJS and React Native both follow component-based architectureYou can write native mobile components in React Native to give off the feeling of a…

ReactJS is a JavaScript library created by Facebook to tackle the User Interface needs for high performance and dynamic. The JavaScript library was released in 2011 bringing a fresh outlook on…
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React Native Performance Optimization and Profiling

#reactnative Performance Optimization and Profiling

  • State of React Native performanceReact per default re-renders a component every time its parent receives new props or updates its state, that’s one of many reasons why the React paradigm for building UI’s is superior.
  • Luckily many of the standard React Native components executes on a separate thread known as the main thread.
  • If you are offloading work from JavaScript to the native side prevent the bridge from becoming overloaded by monitoring how many times data are sent and received over the wire.
  • class Component extends React.Component { – renderSectionHeader = () = View style={…} /render() { – return ( – FlatList – {…this.props} – / – ) – } – }If you still consider to handle navigation on the JavaScript side or you are struggling with frame drops during animations.
  • class AfterInteractions extends React.Component {state = { interactions: true } – – componentDidMount() { – = { – this.setState({ interactions: false }) – }render() { – if (interactions) { – return null – } – return this.props.children – } – }Animations in React Native looks good and are easy to…

React Native is a popular technology for engineers who are looking for building mobile applications in a productive way without compromising on native performance. Devices today comes with multi core…
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Flutter vs React Native- What You Need To Know. – Dmytro Dvurechenskyi from openGeeksLab – Medium

#Flutter vs #ReactNative - What you need to know

  • This may sound like a giant leap for Flutter but it still has a long way to go in catching up with React Native.
  • At the moment, developers who are mentally bucketed with React Native are not even seriously considering Flutter.
  • The question most people ask when they get acquainted with Flutter for the first time is “Is it like React Native?”
  • Dart — OOP, it is rather verbose, but those who write in Java / C # will happily look towards Dart.Less writing in the settings for the start of the project manually, in contrast, to React Native.Just download Flutter from the git, do a “flutter doctor”, which will tell you what kind…
  • Finally, Flutter will have a great future if they can come up with a way to reduce code writing on Dart, replace any functionality class declaration, and JSX or XML as a description of the structure of the widgets.

Flutter is Google’s response to React Native and I’m sure you must have heard about it. After the announcement of Flutter, comparative discussions started making rounds on various mobile development…
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