5 Reasons Why I Love React Native – codeburst

“5 Reasons Why I Love #ReactNative” — @AdhithiRavi

  • If you know Javascript, it is easy to learn.I started writing my first React Native app, with zero prior experience in mobile application development.
  • Web developers can leverage their knowledge in Javascript to write React Native apps.
  • Don’t ever waste time recompiling.This is one of my most favorite aspects of developing React Native Apps.
  • Android Date Picker— Underlying Native WidgetiOS Date Picker — Underlying Native WidgetThese are some aspects of React Native that makes the developer’s life much easier and we don’t need to reinvent the wheel here.
  • With React Native build Android, iOS and Windows Apps all in Javascript.5.

React Native is very popular these days, and thousands of apps are already built using React Native. Big names like Facebook, AirBnB, Uber, and many other companies have embraced React Native and are…
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5 Reasons Why I Love React Native – codeburst

5 Reasons Why I Love #reactnative – codeburst

  • If you know Javascript, it is easy to learn.I started writing my first React Native app, with zero prior experience in mobile application development.
  • Web developers can leverage their knowledge in Javascript to write React Native apps.
  • Don’t ever waste time recompiling.This is one of my most favorite aspects of developing React Native Apps.
  • Android Date Picker— Underlying Native WidgetiOS Date Picker — Underlying Native WidgetThese are some aspects of React Native that makes the developer’s life much easier and we don’t need to reinvent the wheel here.
  • With React Native build Android, iOS and Windows Apps all in Javascript.5.

React Native is very popular these days, and thousands of apps are already built using React Native. Big names like Facebook, AirBnB, Uber, and many other companies have embraced React Native and are…
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How and Why to Bind a Callback Function in React Components

How and Why to Bind a Callback Function in #reactjs Components  #javascript

  • If you ask yourself, why you even have to bind callback functions and when you actually have to do this, this article is for you: Today we’re going to learn about binding the  keyword in React components.
  • Avoid binding by using the public class fields syntax, or bind your callbacks inside the constructor.
  • Another way to bind  is to do so in your parent component’s constructor by calling for your callback function: – – That’s it!
  • Instead of binding the callback function in your constructor, you can do so while passing it through a prop: – – Note: Whenever your component is re-rendered, returns a new function and passes it down your component tree.
  • Instead of using the public class field syntax, you could directly pass an arrow function down your props: – – Note: Like in the previous example, this creates a new callback each time your component is re-rendered and may cause unnecessary re-rendering of your component tree.

Why do we need to bind ‘this’? What’s the best way to bind a callback function in React components? Read about the why and how in this article and never worry about binding callbacks again!
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Cosmic JS Blog Stay tuned for feature roll-outs, news and updates as we continue to help you manage content for your websites and applications faster and easier.

How to Build a Cross-Platform Blog Using #ReactNative, #NodeJS and #CosmicJS 🚀

  • Cosmic JS is an API-first cloud-based content platform that makes it not only easy to add dynamic content to any existing or new website, but makes it possible to seamlessly deliver content across devices and platforms.
  • This comes with everything you need to get started with a basic website as well as the codebase for the native applications running React Native for iOS and Android.
  • React Native is a very powerful way to build applications for both iOS and Android.
  • To install and run the iOS React Native application run the following commands: – – Run the following commands to run the Android application (make sure you have your Android device emulator open): – – – – Looking at index.ios.js and index.android.js you will notice that the root of our…
  • Now when you edit content in your Cosmic JS bucket, you will see that the content automatically updates across Web, iOS and Android applications.

Cosmic JS is a cloud-hosted content platform that offers a flexible and intuitive CMS API. Build websites and applications with more freedom and manage content easier. Get started for Free.
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Props and Data Flow in ReactJS – Kenlyn Terai – Medium

Props and Data Flow in #ReactJS:  #JavaScript

  • (3) There are only two requirements that define a JavaScript function as a React component:The function accepts a single “props” object argument with dataIt returns a React elementA simple “Functional” componentThe equivalent “Class” componentWhether you declare a component as a function or a class, it must never modify its own props.
  • All React components must act like pure functions with respect to their props.
  • = BoringTo sum up what props are in React, theyAre data passed to components — values can be anything: a string, an array, functions, and so onAre immutableEnable components to become more reusableSo, if props are read-only, what place do they have in creating dynamic web applications?
  • The render() method also calls the diff algorithm which recognizes any changes in the component and logs them for batching to the “real” DOM.Credit: Tarun Sharma: “Understanding virtual DOM react js” from React DocsHere is an example from Components and Props in the React Docs.
  • This code renders “Hello, Sara” on the page:function Welcome(props) { return h1Hello, {props.name}/h1;}const element = Welcome name=”Sara” /;ReactDOM.render( element, it on CodePen.Let’s recap what happens in this example:We call ReactDOM.render() with the Welcome name=”Sara” / element.React calls the Welcome component with {name: ‘Sara’} as the props.Our Welcome component returns a h1Hello, Sara/h1 element as the result.React DOM efficiently updates the DOM to match h1Hello, Sara/h1.

ReactJS comes with a slew of new words and new definitions for existing ones. “Props” is no exception. To understand the meaning of “props” in ReactJS, I turned to the context where it is used — in…
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flight Ultra Simple Animation Compositions for #ReactJS On Github →

flight
Ultra Simple Animation Compositions for #ReactJS
On Github →

  • The best way to build animation compositions for React.
  • Flight tries to be for React what Principle is for Sketch compositions – the fastest, most friction free way to compose and an effortless way to animate an idea, an interaction, or a short movie-like composition in a self-contained widget (a React component after all).
  • Just clone and use the example, built around :

    And now you can frame your compositions in , require and place it in any other React component.

  • For the cool stuff, it walks the component tree, makes decisions about what should move where, and builds a clean and nice declarative data structure that represents the way compositions should behave.
  • To all Contributors – you make this happen, thanks!

http://www.react-flight.io
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Ultra Simple Animation Compositions for #ReactJS
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ReactJs the simple way – Reduce boilerplate code and enjoy React

#reactjs the simple way – Reduce boilerplate code and enjoy React!

  • It contains actions to update the state, stores to hold it and a dispatcher to coordinate the changes, but the truth is that the important statement of flux is the unidirectional data flow: When the state is updated, the application is re-rendered reactively, so it is the state who rules the application.
  • Flux definition, including stores, actions and a dispatcher, usually explains the unidirectional data flow in a more complex way that it should.
  • It’s a data structure that triggers events when it is updated, and it happens to contain all the needed to add the unidirectional data flow to your app.
  • Every time the state is updated, Freezer create a new immutable object for it reusing the unmodified parts of the data tree.
  • Let’s see the code of the todo update reaction:

    You might be thinking that having the input values outside the components will re-render your whole app every time the user types.

ReactJs the simple way – Reduce boilerplate code and enjoy React
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