How does CSS fit into Reactjs? – Hacker Noon

How does CSS fit into React? #css #reactjs

  • In React, using JSX, this looks like this: – p style={{color: “red”}}Hello World/p – Inline styles are probably the most limited approach in terms of styling full blown applications since they cannot make use of all of the CSS features such as pseudo selectors, animations and media queries.
  • CSS ModulesWith CSS modules you create a CSS file for every type of component that you want to style the same way that you might do with the “Standard CSS” option, however the difference here is that with CSS modules the styles are scoped locally which means that unlike “Standard…
  • How to use within React: – Use css-loader inside of your webpack.config with modules property set to true, or download a complete library such as css-modules, once setup use as follows: – create a CSS file for whatever components you want to stylewrite your CSSimport this CSS file inside of…
  • Behind the scenes CSS-in-JS is usually implemented in one of the following three ways (or a combination of): – via inline stylesvia a style elementvia a link element at build time by extracting styles into a CSS fileFor the sake of not making the article overly long, we will only…
  • If you like what you see, you might also want to checkout another, very similar, CSS-in-JS library called Emotion, it is very similar to styled-components but gives you the option of extracting all of your styles into a CSS file, at build time, which then get linked into the document…

There are a lot of different ways in which you can style your React applications, and I would even go as far as to say that you actually have more options for styling React applications than…
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Using Bootstrap 4 with React • techiediaries

  • Bootstrap 4 is the most popular CSS framework for building responsive layouts with many new features such as the support for Flexbox and a new Card component.
  • Bootstrap 4 depends on both jQuery and Popper.js but using jQuery with React is not recommended since jQuery uses direct DOM manipulation.
  • If you need to add to add Bootstrap 4 styling to your React app the community has created some packages for making it possibly to use Bootstrap 4 without jQuery but still be able to use the complete features and components of BS 4.
  • In this tutorial we’ll see how to use Reactstrap – – So head back to your terminal and navigate inside your React project the run the following command to install bootstrap and reactstrap – – We need to install bootstrap because reactstrap requires the Bootstrap 4 CSS files – -…
  • Open then add the following example: – – If are unable to import the Bootstrap CSS file inside your React app you can check this StackOverflow solution

In this tutorial we’ll see how to integrate Bootstrap 4 with a React application without using jQuery
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3 Ways to Fine-tune Presentational Components

Three ways to fine-tune your React presentational components  #reactjs #javascript

  • Here are three ways I’ve found to make React presentational components work as re-usable building blocks.
  • Here are two stories for a text input component: the first shows the component in its valid state, and the second show the component in its invalid state.
  • Instead, extract a new component and pull it up: – – Let the container decide explicitly when and where show presentational components.
  • As you keep pulling presentational components up, they start looking like enhanced native elements, so you’d like to be able to pass all props you would pass to a native element, like or .
  • Inside the component, extract the props you’ve defined yourself and pass the rest to the element that you’re wrapping: – – Here, we’re separating the prop from the rest, and passing the remaining props to the element.


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Here’s a beautiful React-native UI kit for fintech startups 💳💸

  • Bucks UI a react-native theme is a financial mobile app theme made from one of our designs.
  • You can use the theme to build your next cryptocurrency wallet app or any other financial inspired app you might need.

Bucks UI – A react-native theme for your fintech startup. (Android, iPhone, and Design Tools) Read the opinion of 18 influencers. Discover 8 alternatives like React Native and React Native for Android
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Vue vs React: Battle of the Javascript Frameworks

#Vue vs #React: Battle of the #Javascript Frameworks 
#VueJS #reactjs

  • I’ve created two nearly identical sample applications, one in Vue and one in React, if you’d like to give either framework a shot in the context of the samples in this article.
  • The biggest difference is that React popularized a Virtual DOM (we’ll get into this later) and created a new syntax called JSX that allows developers to write HTML in JavaScript.
  • Unlike earlier JavaScript frameworks that had ‘batteries included,’ both React and Vue are fairly barebones with functionality like routing and state management handled by separate frameworks.
  • Both React and Vue are focused solely on the UI layer, and leave functionality such as routing and state handling to companion frameworks.
  • In Vue there’s no need to call a state management function like , as the data parameter on the Vue object acts as the holder for application data.

React vs Vue.js. Are you in the market for a shiny new JavaScript UI framework? Find out the main similarities & differences between these two popular ones.
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Big changes afoot in the React/Redux ecosystem

  • If you’re using React and / or Redux, you should be aware of two major changes coming soon in each of those libraries.
  • In addition to the upcoming change in Redux, React has seen some major changes as well.
  • First, the new Context API was proposed and landed, the first major change using React’s new RFC process.
  • Once it comes out from behind that flag, you’ll be able to use Context in your applications, knowing that this is a stable API you can rely on.
  • The reason for this major change is they’ve found these lifecycle methods could be potentially unsafe in an async world, so they’re suggesting moving most of the logic previously implemented in the methods to either or the method itself.

First, Redux just released v4.0.0-beta.1. There doesn’t appear to be any major changes breaking changes unless you were using some of the types Redux is no longer exporting. There are also some additional checks and errors around dispatching too early in middleware, so it should solve a common pitfall when setting up middleware. It’s a problem I’ve experienced a few times when using brookjs and it’s why we recommend dispatching an INIT action after the application is bootstrapped.
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ReactJS App With Laravel RESTful API Endpoint Part 1

  • [] : [ new new new mangle: false, sourcemap: false }), ],};Webpack is a module bundler that packs all our source code within the public/js/ folder into one single file “bundle.js” which would be referenced from our laravel blade view.Step 2From the routes/web.
  • — Bootstrap Core CSS — link rel=”stylesheet”/headbodydiv id=”app”/divscript div container div id=”app”/div is the actual wrapper for our react components.Also create a JavaScript file under public/js/ folder called app.js,import React from “react”;import ReactDOM from “react-dom”;import {Router, Route, IndexRoute, browserHistory} from “react-router”;import Layout from “.
  • /components/Articles”;const app = Router history={browserHistory} Route path=”/” component={Layout} IndexRoute component={Home}/IndexRoute Route path=”users” component={Users}/Route Route path=”articles” component={Articles}/Route /Route /Router,app);The first three lines are import statements for importing the react packages we would be using in this file.Then we import the Layout component from React from “react”;import { Link } from “react-router”;import…
  • “collapse” : “”;return(div class=”navbar navbar-default navbar-fixed-top” div class=”container” div class=”navbar-header” a href=”#/” class=”navbar-brand”My React App/a button class=”navbar-toggle” type=”button” span class=”sr-only”Toggle Navigation/span span class=”icon-bar”/span span class=”icon-bar”/span span class=”icon-bar”/span /button /div div class={“navbar-collapse ” + navClass} id=”navbar-main” ul class=”nav navbar-nav” li class={homeClass} IndexLink to=”/” /li li class={usersClass} Link to=”users” /li li class={articlesClass}…
  • Alternatively you can run$ webpack –watchThis would always watch for changes within the public/js/ folder and then re-bundle the project instead of always running the npm webpack command every single time we make changes to the project.Then we run$ php artisan serveto start the Laravel development server which would be…

From my previous two articles, I introduced Laravel RESTful API Development, which was a step by step approach of creating a RESTful API endpoint for other apps to connect to it. In this series I…
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