Deploy a Restaurant Menu App in 3 Steps – Hacker Noon

  • This restaurant menu app was built using Nuxt, Vue.js and Vuex with content powered by Cosmic JS.
  • Cosmic JS is an API-first Content Management Platform that allows developers to build apps in any programming language while giving content editors a familiar content editor to manage dynamic content from the cloud.
  • Install the Restaurant Menu App – Cosmic JS gives you the ability to filter between programming languages such as Node.js, Vue.js, React, AngularJS and more.
  • Confirm Deploy Location and Branch – Deploy Branch Confirmation ModalNow that your app is deployed to the Cosmic JS App Server, you’re free to completely manage your Restaurant Menu App and all of its content from one place.
  • Carson Gibbons is the Co-Founder CMO of Cosmic JS, an API-first Cloud-based Content Management Platform that decouples content from code, allowing devs to build slick apps and websites in any programming language they want.

In this blog I will demonstrate deploying a Restaurant Menu App in 3 steps. This restaurant menu app was built using Nuxt, Vue.js and Vuex with content powered by Cosmic JS. It connects to the Cosmic…
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Screenshot Saturday 2017-08-26

  • This week I’ve been working on combat feedback – basically how to tell the player what’s happening in a combat encounter.
  • There’s currently four types of feedback: info, damage, buff and debuff.

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How to use Native Modules in React Native + Android

  • This method returns name of the module by which you can access it from React Native.
  • Also, you need a constructor with React Application Context.Here, we have also created an instance of AppSharedPreferenceManager (a class which handles shared preferences) which we will need in next steps.Note: If you don’t want to do SharedPreference operations in other class then you can simply create SharedPreference instance instead here of 2: Create the packagerNow we need packager to provide this module to React Instance Manager, so Create a new java file SharedPreferencePackager.java at your convenient path and extend it with ReactPackage.
  • This packager can also be used for Native Ui Components and JS modules, but in this blog we are only focusing on Native Modules so we are returning empty list in other two methods.Step 3 : Add package to React Instance ManagerAs we have created the SharePreferencePackager now we are ready to add it in React Instance Manager.
  • In that case you need to add this package inside getPackages() method.Step 4: Add methods and usageNow we are ready with the Native Module.
  • When you have data you can invoke the callback and the rest will be handled by JS.Here is the code snippet in React Native to use the created Native Module.

Well, when you are developing hybrid apps (React Native for some modules and native android for rest of the module) then you must have came up with this situation that How can I use the native…
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webpack optimization — A Case Study – WalmartLabs – Medium

  • However, after going through webpack’s docs and code, there didn’t seem to be an easy way to disable that with a single switch.
  • I opened an issue here and after some discussion with webpack’s Tobias Koppers, we settled on allowing webpack’s node option to accept a false config.With NodeSourcePlugin disabled, our code that depend on it all failed and I was able to pinpoint among our hundreds of components, which one to look into.I found out that a few components that have server side only behavior implemented it through the runtime flag provided by exenv, like this:import { canUseDOM } from “exenv”function foo() { if (!
  • canUseDOM) { const crypto = require(“crypto”) // do something with crypto }}The idea is simple, if code is not executing on the browser, then do something on the server side only using the crypto module.
  • Unfortunately, webpack only does static analysis to find out what code needs to be bundled.
  • That means NodeJS crypto is included even though it’s only needed for server side.

Since we open sourced part of the Electrode platform from @WalmartLabs, we’ve had a lot of contributions to our NodeJS and ReactJS archetype modules, including bug fixes, new features, and updating…
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“BukanMessenger” an Open Source Chat App Built on Top React Native & Meteor

“BukanMessenger” an Open Source Chat App Built on Top React Native & Meteor  via @ami #tech

  • “BukanMessenger” an Open Source Chat App Built on Top React Native  Meteortldr;BukanMessenger is a Messenger app build on top React Native and Meteor Js.
  • I hope with “BukanMessenger”, people could build their own Messenger easily.
  • That can be achieved because it build on top of React Native which is I think way more easier to Learn rather than Native iOS (obj C) or Android (JAVA).
  • Why BukanMessenger?It’s React Native, so it support android iOS by default!Simple Code, so you can easily contribute on it.Meteor is one of the most starred javascript framework, and it is very easy to usePrerequisitesMake sure You had been install NodeJs in your system https://nodejs.org/en/And ofc React Native forget Meteor Js as the backend ConfigurationReact Native (Front-end)$ git clone cd BukanMessenger$ npm install$ react-native run-ios #or react-native run-androidMeteor (Back-end)$ git clone cd BukanMessengerBackend$ meteor npm install$ meteor #run your meteor on http://localhost:3000Open “app/Config.
  • js”, and set the meteorUri variable as your Meteor server run atexport const meteorUri = Us :)Star repository ⭐️We are Ready to give Training to You/Your company to use/modify BukanMessenger.Buy our screencast about the basic development of BukanMessenger (COMING SOON)Like our facebook page hope this blog are useful for You whether to Customize “BukanMessenger” or Just understanding how chat app works.

BukanMessenger is a Messenger app build on top React Native and Meteor Js. It is customizeable and some new feature will coming soon every week. When telegram had been officially banned in my Country…
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Deploy an AngularJS Ecommerce App in 4 Steps – Hacker Noon

  • Deploy an AngularJS Ecommerce App in 4 StepsThis Ecommerce App is built using AngularJS, Node.js and Cosmic JS.In this blog I will demonstrate how to Install and Deploy an AngularJS Ecommerce Application built using AngularJS, Node.js and Cosmic JS.
  • Simply install and deploy the application, and within two clicks you can set up your Stripe keys as Environment Variables to begin accepting orders and processing transactions with your new AngularJS Ecommerce App.2.
  • Install the AngularJS Ecommerce AppCosmic JS gives you the ability to filter between utilities and programming languages.Cosmic JS Ecommerce App3.
  • Connect Stripe KeysAfter you deploy, you can set your Stripe keys as environment variables by going to Your Bucket Deploy Web App Set Environment Variables.Cosmic JS is an API-first cloud-based content management platform that makes it easy to manage applications and content.
  • If you have questions about the Cosmic JS API, please reach out to the founders on Twitter or Slack.Carson Gibbons is the Co-Founder CMO of Cosmic JS, an API-first Cloud-based Content Management Platform that decouples content from code, allowing devs to build slick apps and websites in any programming language they want.

In this blog I will demonstrate how to Install and Deploy an AngularJS Ecommerce Application built using AngularJS, Node.js and Cosmic JS. This Ecommerce Application allows you to process orders from…
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Understanding State and Props in React – Hacker Noon

Understanding State and Props in React @RuairidhWM  #JavaScript #Reactjs #WebDev

  • Understanding State and Props in ReactI’ve been playing around with React and Redux recently and thought I would start writing articles on concepts which I’ve had to wrap my head around.So unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past few years, you’ll know that React is an awesome front-end library developed by the good folks at Facebook to make life easier for developers.It’s different to Angular or other frameworks as it is purely front-end (though see the comments below for a great clarification on this).
  • With that said, it’s extremely powerful.One of the concepts I struggled to understand during my learning more about React was the interaction between State and Props.
  • If you’re at all familiar with React then you should know that props flow downwards from the parent component.There is also the case that you can have default props so that props are set even if a parent component doesn’t pass props down.This is why people refer to React as having uni-directional data flow.
  • What happens when a component receives data from someone other than the parent?
  • This is super cool because that means React takes care of the hard work and is blazingly fast.As a little example of state, here is a snippet from a search bar (worth checking out this course if you want to learn more about React)Class SearchBar extends Component { constructor(props) { super(props);this.state = { term: ” }; }render() { return ( div className=”search-bar” input value={this.state.term} onChange={event = / /div ); }onInputChange(term) { this.setState({term}); }}SUMMARYProps and State do similar things but are used in different ways.

I’ve been playing around with React and Redux recently and thought I would start writing articles on concepts which I’ve had to wrap my head around. So unless you’ve been living in a cave for the…
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Understanding State and Props in React – Ruairidh Wynne-McHardy – Medium

Understanding State and Props in React  #javascript #development #react #es6 #reactjs

  • Understanding State and Props in ReactI’ve been playing around with React and Redux recently and thought I would start writing articles on concepts which I’ve had to wrap my head around.So unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past few years, you’ll know that React is an awesome front-end library developed by the good folks at Facebook to make life easier for developers.It’s different to Angular or other frameworks as it is purely front-end.
  • With that said, it’s extremely powerful.One of the concepts I struggled to understand during my learning more about React was the interaction between State and Props.
  • If you’re at all familiar with React then you should know that props flow downwards from the parent component.There is also the case that you can have default props so that props are set even if a parent component doesn’t pass props down.This is why people refer to React as having uni-directional data flow.
  • What happens when a component receives data from someone other than the parent?
  • This is super cool because that means React takes care of the hard work and is blazingly fast.As a little example of state, here is a snippet from a search bar (worth checking out this course if you want to learn more about React)Class SearchBar extends Component { constructor(props) { super(props);this.state = { term: ” }; }render() { return ( div className=”search-bar” input value={this.state.term} onChange={event = / /div ); }onInputChange(term) { this.setState({term}); }}SUMMARYProps and State do similar things but are used in different ways.

I’ve been playing around with React and Redux recently and thought I would start writing articles on concepts which I’ve had to wrap my head around. So unless you’ve been living in a cave for the…
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