Our React Native GL library is in alpha – Points of interest

We're now supporting #reactnative Mapbox GL 🙌 Try out our alpha

  • Our React Native GL library is in alphaBy: Nick ItalianoWe’re officially supporting React Native Mapbox GL.
  • Our mobile team has started a rewrite of our current experimental React Native library and released an alpha 🙌Using the React Native framework, developers can build cross-platform mobile applications in half the time.
  • Our React Native library will make it as efficient as possible to access our APIs and open source libraries, so you can focus on shipping features.Reusable components are the strongest aspect of React, which is why we’ve created expressive and easy to use components for powerful features like runtime styling…
  • With this in mind, you can render a custom styled map centered on San Francisco in just 25 lines of code.First look runtime styling in React NativeRuntime styling is the first major feature with added support in this alpha release.
  • Here is a preview of a couple examples you can find in our sample application.3D buildingsMarker clusteringWhat’s nextWe plan on bringing our React Native SDK to feature parity with our Android/iOS SDKs and want to be active in the community:We have a Gitter channel where you can post any questions…

We’re officially supporting React Native Mapbox GL. Our mobile team has started a rewrite of our current experimental React Native library and released an alpha 🙌 Using the React Native framework…
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Top ReactJs Online Learning Courses

Top #ReactJs Online Learning Courses

  • ReactJS is a JavaScript library that has become very popular for its performance and its flexibility.
  • If you are looking to create an app that renders a lot of dynamic data quickly and also performs well on mobile, then you must  learn ReactJS.
  • Look at some best online courses that i found for learning below:

    React JS and Redux – Mastering Web Apps – This course will help you to build the React JS & Redux apps that you want.

  • Instructor: David Katz

    Course Length: 4.5 hours

    Number of Lectures: 77

    Number of Students: > 18,000

    Rating: 4.5 stars (out of five)

ReactJS is a JavaScript library that has become very popular for its performance and its flexibility. If you are looking to create an app that renders a ..
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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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JavaScript Weekend List #10 – Alex Bachuk – Medium

JavaScript Weekend List #10  #webdevelopment #react #javascript #nodejs #graphql #reactjs

  • JavaScript Weekend List #10This week I had a chance to dive deeper into GraphQL.
  • I discovered some new tools and now I’m convinced GraphQL is the new way to build APIs.
  • After reading more about Go, Python, Java and other languages I now realize GraphQL is the way to go.
  • I’ll report back how it goes.Here are some interesting projects and articles for the past week:Login-With project.
  • Forms in React, without tears (I hope it’s true)Experimenting with the background fetch APIDeploying Node and Mongo Containers on AWS EC2Tutorial: GraphQL Subscriptions with Apollo Client

This week I had a chance to dive deeper into GraphQL. I discovered some new tools and now I’m convinced GraphQL is the new way to build APIs. My goal is to prototype few APIs in the next few weeks…
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Super Powered Single Page Apps with React, WordPress and GraphQL by Jason Bahl

  • GraphQL is a query language for APIs and a runtime for fulfilling those queries with your existing data.
  • GraphQL provides a complete

    and understandable description of the data in your API, gives

    clients the power to ask for exactly what they need and

    nothing more, makes it easier to evolve APIs over time, and

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Free React Fundamentals Course Updated for React v15.5 – WordPress Tavern

Free React Fundamentals Course Updated for React v15.5  via @wptavern #WordPress #reactjs

  • If you’re looking for ways to expand your ReactJS knowledge, the free React Fundamentals course from ReactTraining.com has been updated for the latest React v15.5 release.
  • In the React Fundamentals course students will get an introduction to the React ecosystem and will learn how to set up a React component with NPM, Babel, and Webpack.
  • Complete beginners may struggle, so the course author recommends students enter with a basic understanding of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
  • Last year’s State of JavaScript survey results showed React as the clear winner among front-end frameworks in terms of developer interest and satisfaction.
  • In addition to React Training’s fundamentals course, Codeacademy has two free courses for learning React.js and Wes Bos has a free course to help students get started with React.js, Redux, and React Router.

If you’re looking for ways to expand your ReactJS knowledge, the free React Fundamentals course from ReactTraining.com has been updated for the latest React v15.5 release. The 48-lesson course takes approximately 287 minutes to complete. It was designed for a wide range of professionals, including backend engineers new to JavaScript, Bootcamp graduates and front-end developers who want to expand their skill sets, and JavaScript developers coming from other frameworks.
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React-redux “connect” explained 🔗

New post! React-redux's

  • There is an entire library, called react-redux whose sole purpose is to seamlessly integrate redux’s state management into a React application.
  • Lets take a look at redux’s state management flow :

    If you have worked with redux before, you know that its functionality revolves around a “store”, which is where the state of the application lives.

  • Now, let’s come to the (simplified) component structure of a standard react todo-mvc application :

    If we want to link our React application with the redux store, we first have to let our app know that this store exists.

  • However, because of the utility that gives us, I feel it’s more appropriate to represent it as something which “wraps” the entire application tree, like this :

    Now that we have “provided” the redux store to our application, we can now connect our components to it.

  • We can either retrieve data by obtaining its current state, or change its state by dispatching an action (we only have access to the top and bottom component of the redux flow diagram shown previously).

Redux is a terribly simple library for state management, and has made working with React more manageable for everyone. However, there are a lot of cases where people blindly follow boilerplate code to integrate redux with their React application without understanding all the moving parts involved.
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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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Introducing Support for React Native

We're excited to announce that mParticle now supports @ReactNative on Android and iOS!:

  • We are excited to announce that mParticle now supports React Native on Android and iOS!
  • While a wide variety of SDKs are available for iOS and Android, many do not support React Native, so app developers need to write platform-specific code (which somewhat defeats React Native’s purpose).
  • In the same way that React Native abstracts the OS, allowing you to focus on the UI, mParticle abstracts the integrations, allowing you to focus on writing your app.
  • By leveraging the mature mParticle SDKs already available for iOS and Android, and the cross-platform capabilities of React Native, your app can have a single clean codebase connected to all the app services you need to run your business.
  • Like our other SDKs, the React Native module is open source and hosted on GitHub:

With the React Native SDK, learn how your app can have a single clean codebase connected to all the app services you need to run your business.
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Playing with React Native Animations – Hacker Noon

Play with React Native animations:  #ReactJS #JavaScript

  • For the delay we’re using the delay that was passed to the component.
  • We want to actually use these files in our app – to do so replace index.ios.js and index.android.js with the following.
  • We’ll keep this very simple and create 10 data elements with a width between 0 and the screen width – this will all take place in app/index.js
  • In app/AnimatedBar.js we’ll just set some static styles and apply them to our view.
  • Then create an app/index.js and app/AnimatedBar.js and copy and paste the following into them to get started.

For my first post of the year I wanted to keep it light and experiment a little bit with the React Native Animated API. We’ll create a few bars that animate in and constantly change their size. Here…
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