Simple, Touch-Friendly carousel component for @reactjs #reactjs #react-component

Simple, Touch-Friendly carousel component for @reactjs #reactjs #react-component

  • The basic carousel sample.The Carousel component returns a callback function with the following arguments.
  • and must be passed down to the elements – – But the Carousel component also returns other arguments, like , , , , , – – For the component to work, for example, on mobile devices, set the value to true for touching.
  • Set the value for and place the argument in your jsx template – – When you stop moving your mouse triggers a function which calculates the position of the elements.
  • For example, you want to fetch data or trigger some function when you reach the end of the carousel.
  • The default value for is 0 – – must be passed to the component – – Use the arguments and from the callback.

react-awesome-carousel – Simple, Touch-Friendly carousel component for React.js
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Why props are your friend!

Why props are your friend! => 

{ Story by @RockChalkDev }

🍻 #ReactJS #JavaScript

  • The way this works is that when the user comes to the Home page they are greeted with four images that represent their respective collection.
  • When the user selects one of the four images on the Home page an async method, , is called.
  • This function is responsible for two things:

    When the user gets to the Portfolio page they are greeted with a Carousel displaying the images.

  • The Porfolio component is connected to the Redux store so it has access to the app state in our case we want .
  • Below you an see what looks like on a user’s selection:

    The Redux store doesn’t have that information avaliable in state.

This the first time I’ve ever done a blog post, I guess this is a blog post. I wanted to share this because I’m pretty impressed with my use of props &.
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