How to integrate RxJS into React?

@voxxed_thess I booked mine of course for #ReactJS + #RXjs with @ivanjov96

  • RxJS is the Reactive extension for JavaScript and in this workshop, you’ll learn how to use it with React.
  • Your React app needs a better way to deal with side effects and data streams.
  • This workshop is about the integration of RxJS library inside React and creating beasts that can handle any time of the async request and easily communicate with any 3rd party API or other side effects.
  • Then we will start with an empty React app and implement RxJS library.
  • After that, we’ll create couple apps that demonstrate how streams work and compare that will the “regular” way of handling async requests in React framework.

All workshops are free to attend. However, to confirm your seat and to avoid no-shows you need to register and get a 15EUR value ticket. This amount will be completely reimbursed after the end of the workshop. In case of no-show, the amount will not be returned
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Handling AJAX in your React Application with Agility

Handling #AJAX in your #React Application with #Agility  #reactjs #JavaScript #JStutorial

  • If the operation fails, it’s good practice to dispatch failure action, which in our case is LOAD_USER_FAILURE .
  • Redux-thunk allows an action creator to return a function instead of an action object.
  • When an action creator returns a function, that function will get executed by the Redux Thunk middleware.
  • Map the store’s state to component’s props.
  • Component { constructor() { super(); } componentDidMount() { this.props.getUserDetails(‘andela-rekemezie’); } render() { const { user } = this.props; return ( // Render user details ) } } // Store setup goes

There are different ways to handle AJAX with React. This tutorial will show you some ways to do it. Let’s get started.
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Building React Applications with Idiomatic Redux

[Course] #ReactJS: Building React Applications with Idiomatic #Redux

  • Redux: Normalizing the State Shape
  • Redux: Supplying the Initial State
  • Redux: Persisting the State to the Local Storage
  • Redux: Updating the State with the Fetched Data
  • We will learn how to start a Redux app with a previously persisted state, and how it merges with the initial state specified by the reducers.

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@wiwer77: “[Course] #ReactJS: Building React Applications with Idiomatic #Redux”


This course will pick up where we left off with the [Redux Fundamentals course](https://egghead.io/series/getting-started-with-redux). If you haven’t watched that yet, you are highly encouraged to do so!

You are about to learn practical production ready techniques for building your React and Redux applications. You will explore advanced state management, middleware, React Router integration, and other common problems you are likely to encounter while building applications for your clients and customers.

Even if you have already spent time studying Redux, this course will show you better practices straight from the library’s creator Dan Abramov.


Building React Applications with Idiomatic Redux