Announcing ReForm: Making forms sound good again with ReasonReact

Announcing ReForm: Making forms sound good again with ReasonReact

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#Reactjs #javascript

  • Announcing ReForm: Making forms sound good again with ReasonReactReForm short demo, check the source out at are really complex beasts and can scale to total chaos really quickly if you don’t know how to manage all those field states and validations altogether.
  • The nicest solution in React world is to lift the state of the form to some other component, which will take care, protect and give love to your form state.
  • In ReactJS there is a nice amount of solutions for dealing with form data management (Formik, Redux Forms, etc).
  • One of the first things I wanted to try to unleash the power of Reason’s type system was in forms, that’s why we developed ReForm.
  • ReForm still on its early stages and certainly still there is a lot to improve from community suggestions, but we are already loving to deal with its thin API using it for both web and native worlds with React Native.

Forms are really complex beasts and can scale to total chaos really quickly if you don’t know how to manage all those field states and validations altogether. The nicest solution in React world is to…
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Math: the React.js Way – Hacker Noon

Math: the React.js Way

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#reactjs #javascript

  • Math: the React.js WayHave you found yourself doing intense math problems using weird symbols like +, −, á, and×?
  • Thanks to react-real-math you can now harness the power of the React.js Virtual DOM to make your Math blazing🔥 fast!react-real-math provides an incredibly easy to understand API out of the gate, for free.
  • Let’s take a look at an example of react-real-math in action.
  • Consider this old-school almost obfuscated math problem:1+1×2=?
  • If you would like to contribute to react-real-math please check out the project’s

Have you found yourself doing intense math problems using weird symbols like +, −, ÷, and×? Do you enjoy the speed and developer experience of React.js? Thanks to react-real-math you can now harness…
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Math: the React.js Way – Hacker Noon

Math: the React.js Way

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#reactjs #javascript

  • Math: the React.js WayHave you found yourself doing intense math problems using weird symbols like +, −, á, and×?
  • Thanks to react-real-math you can now harness the power of the React.js Virtual DOM to make your Math blazing🔥 fast!react-real-math provides an incredibly easy to understand API out of the gate, for free.
  • Let’s take a look at an example of react-real-math in action.
  • Consider this old-school almost obfuscated math problem:1+1×2=?
  • If you would like to contribute to react-real-math please check out the project’s

Have you found yourself doing intense math problems using weird symbols like +, −, ÷, and×? Do you enjoy the speed and developer experience of React.js? Thanks to react-real-math you can now harness…
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Debounce Your React and Redux Code to Improve Performance

Debounce Your #ReactJS and Redux #Code to Improve Performance:  by @TreyHuffine #JavaScript

  • Debounce Your React and Redux Code to Improve PerformanceA debounce is a tool that every web developer should have in their kit.
  • Let’s take a look at the individual steps to understand how much we actually saved.After the debounce time expires after the final key press, the first step is to make our API call.
  • Since we have debounced the function that fetches from our API, we only make the request once at the end of typing into the input.There are two things happening here — retrieving projects from the database and then performing heavy calculations to filter and sort the data.
  • By debouncing, we prevent the setState() which serves to significantly reduce the number of times we force React to reconcile and append the list to the DOM.Without a debounce, this component would be almost unusable with such a large amount of data.
  • In addition, you should consider wrapping any interaction that triggers excessive calculations or API calls with a debounce.

A debounce is a tool that every web developer should have in their kit. It improves performance by limiting the number of expensive calculations, API calls, and DOM updates. Although the debounce…
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Build Entire ReactJS and Redux Applications from Scratch

  • Build Entire ReactJS and Redux Applications from ScratchFull ViewBuild the React JS and Redux apps of your dreams!
  • Learn JavaScript, ES6, APIs, and Full Web App Development in ReactJS!You will become an in-demand software engineer by taking this course by David Katz on React JS and Redux.
  • Second, create your first Redux application to learn how to pair this elegant and complex framework with React.
  • So if you’re new to web development, but have some coding experience you should be fine.It’s really most suited for those who have tried creating React applications in the past, and now want to master redux.
  • If you want to know more details about this course-(View here )This course teaches you:Build entire ReactJS and Redux applications from scratch.Develop apps that deal with APIs and web requests.Understand how to develop Redux apps with actions, reducers, and the Redux store.Create Web Apps that use advanced redux mechanics like asynchronous actions and redux middleware.Use ES6 and advanced JavaScript techniques to more efficiently code.Use animations to create compelling User Interfaces and Experiences.Add external libraries to React projects like react-bootstrap, react-router-dom, and more.Build multi-page applications with dynamic routes and links.

Build the React JS and Redux apps of your dreams! Learn JavaScript, ES6, APIs, and Full Web App Development in ReactJS! You will become an in-demand software engineer by taking this course by David…
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Microservices with Docker, Flask, and React

  • In Part 4, we’ll add an end-to-end (e2e) testing solution, form validation to the React app, a Swagger service to document the API, and deal with some tech debt.
  • We’ll also set up a staging environment to test on before the app goes into production.
  • By the end of part 4, you should be able to…

    Check out the live app, running on EC2 –

    You can also test out the following endpoints…

In Part 4, we’ll add an end-to-end (e2e) testing solution, form validation to the React app, a Swagger service to document the API, and deal with some tech debt. We’ll also set up a staging environment to test on before the app goes into production.
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What I learned last month in Full stack web app development

What I learned last month in Full stack web app development  #javascript #react #reactjs

  • What I learned last month in Full stack web app developmentSo I began my full stack developer career journey last month and would like revise what I learned while create a full stack todo applicationPlan the file structure ahead of time.
  • Make it work; then make it look goodWriting out the story line of the application helps with developing the API.It is nice to read blogs, but have a book reference close by.
  • I recommend Elliot’s Programming JavaScript Application, Node in Action, Node in Practice, JavaScript with Promises (Daniel Parker)Sleep…If you encounter a bug and can’t find the source (bad.
  • but it does.My Goal for the month is to build a Blog App, which would require I know the followingUser AuthenticationAPI AuthorizationFirebase: DeploymentReact RouterRedux combine Reducers and RouterGoogle AnalyticD3.jsProgressive Web Appand many more.
  • this is really going to be a learning curve, but a huge leap in my self-google-stack overflow-css tricks-YouTube-taught full stack development career.Follow my progress on YouTube: Ajala Comfort and watch me code!

So I began my full stack developer career journey last month and would like revise what I learned while create a full stack todo application this is really going to be a learning curve, but a huge…
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