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#React Router DOM v4 Tutorial (with Examples)  #reactjs #javascript #Programming #coding

  • The < Route > component is one of the most useful components of React Router v4 and the idea behind it is simple, wherever you want to render something when only there is a match with the location’s path you can use a Route component.
  • We can just append the name to be used for the variable plus a colon : to the end of the route’s path, for example: – – When there is a path match an object which has the following properties will be created and passed to the component: – -…
  • First we import the necessary routing components such as Route and BrowserRouter – – Next we create the base layout component, besides common HTML tags we also use React Router v4 components Link and Route: – – Next we create our pages: – – And finally we create the App…
  • In our example app we used the prop exact in the Route for component HomePage – – That’s because React Router v4 uses inclusive routing instead of exclusive routing used by React Router v3 so without exact property the home component will be rendered with all other components, for example…
  • You can also navigate inside your React application using methods from the history object, for example: – – Which are equivalent to: – – Whenever you want to redirect to another location, you can place component which is when rendered will redirect to the location specified in to prop that…

In this tutorial we are going to get you started with react-router-dom using an example React application showing you how to use different concepts such as Link and NavLink for creating links (instead of anchors) in the React way, Switch and exact for enabling exclusive routing and browser routing history.
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intro-to-react/README.md at master · ericvicenti/intro-to-react · GitHub

  • We can modify our component to display the data being passed in:

    Near the top of the file, lets add some different places that we might want to display weather for:

    Now, upgrade the App’s render function to iterate over each place, and render a tag for it.

  • We want our app to be able to switch between places, so we can use state to keep that data in our App component.
  • Let’s use the and in our App component:

    At this point, your file should look like this.

  • Let’s install it, alongside which provides the React components for it:

    In the top of the app file, import the css from the bootstrap module:

    Next, import the components we want to use from .

  • Now, replace the App component’s render function to use the bootstrap components:

    Now our app is starting to look more polished, but it would be nice to have a custom theme.

intro-to-react – A Hands-On Walkthrough of your first React Web App
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Testing a React-driven website’s SEO using “Fetch as Google”

Test a #ReactJS-driven website’s SEO using “Fetch as Google”:

  • Testing a React-driven website’s SEO using “Fetch as Google”
  • Given the goals, the ideal tools were create-react-app and GitHub Pages.
  • The first thing I wanted to test was whether Googlebot will not index or crawl parts of the page that are rendered asynchronously.
  • After the page has been loaded, my React app does an Ajax request for data, then updates parts of the page with that data.
  • It appears that using React Router for client-side-rendered pages is problematic in terms of search engine friendliness.

I recently tested whether client-side rendering would prevent websites from being crawled by search engine robots. As my article showed, React doesn’t seem to hurt search engine indexing at all. Now…
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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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Building React App With Flux Architecture And Baobab

Building #ReactJS app with Flux architecture & Baobab:

  • React makes re-rendering absolutely painless, because you don’t have to mutate DOM manually.
  • If you look into components/App you can see that its render() function is just a ‘RouteHandler’ component which is substituted by the current match route handler.
  • 3) Unnecessary component re-renders even when the state of component didn’t change.
  • List component renders a couple of ListElement components, let’s go deeper a look at the ListElement component.
  • The mixin listens to the changes on StateTree and re-renders the App component on each tree update.

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Building a React App with Redux to Manage Data Flows

Building a #React App with #Redux to Manage Data Flows  #reactjs #reactredux #dataflows

  • The App component holds both the form component and the display component.
  • The parent component containing the component can change the props.
  • The App component provides an array of donors to the display component.
  • Props are passed to the component to configure the component.
  • Whenever the React component uses donors, the state maintained by the corresponding reducer is returned.

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React Native with MobX — Getting Started — Medium

Get started with #ReactJS Native with MobX:

  • 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.
  • Create an observable array called list
  • 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.

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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…


React Native with MobX — Getting Started — Medium