Feature toggle in @reactjs app with @_ericelliott #javascript

Feature toggle in @reactjs app with @_ericelliott  #javascript

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How to learn React Native

  • React Native is the hot topic these days for building mobile apps.
  • Learning ES6 makes it much easier to write React and React Native code.
  • The main things you should have learnt after completing the tutorial are Lifecycle of a React Component and what are props and state – – React Native uses Flexbox layout style to render views in a much easier and responsive way.
  • Since an important function in mobile app is how to navigate between screens, it is important to know how it’s done in React Native.
  • As of this writing, RN recommends to use libraries like ReactNavigation and React Native Navigation to use same code for both Android and iOS.

Here is a small guide for Android/iOS developers on how to learn React Native.
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Making custom renderers for React

Making custom renderers for #reactjs by @goshakkk

  • node – to store the node data structure we’ve defined previously
  • We are looking to create custom host components for the group and primitive components.
  • removeChild(child) – used to remove a child node from the container
  • To group primitive components into a single one that makes sense for your app.
  • In this case of canvas we will need to provide a place for canvas components to exist.

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@survivejs: “Making custom renderers for #reactjs by @goshakkk”

I have been working on a side-project recently.It’s called Pabla (GH), and it is an engaging image creator, a just-for-fun clone of Buffer’s Pablo.

Making custom renderers for React

React.js + Redux stationary training

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  • Attendant can test React components using Enzyme library.
  • Attendant can create a data flow of the basic application using Redux.
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  • Attendant can use basic strategies of using React.js with other technologies – like JavaScript frameworks.
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React.js + Redux stationary training