React JS— Learning to Swim — Frontend Weekly — Medium

#Leaning and jumping in the deep end of #Reactjs, good input by Denzil Blade #webdev 📖 🤓

  • Needless to say my first attempt was a failure, some days I would be stuck fixing bugs, other days I was trying to implement features that were totally unnecessary.
  • It is something you guys can take, and extend to no end, or even just read through and get a feel for React.
  • After some thought I took off my armbands and threw away my ever reliant floats, I decided to jump in the deep end of React JS.
  • In the end I am proud to say I finished it.
  • CreativeTech Dev / Gamer / Calisthenic Athlete / “Creativity is a habit”

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@OpenCoconut: “#Leaning and jumping in the deep end of #Reactjs, good input by Denzil Blade #webdev 📖 🤓”


So its been a few months on from my very first blog entry Front End Dev — Running before you can walk which touched on adopting new Front…


React JS— Learning to Swim — Frontend Weekly — Medium

Building a React.js App: Up and Running with React and Webpack

Building a React.js App: Up and Running with React and Webpac... by @tylermcginnis33  #React

  • I ran webpack -w and at the end of my terminal output I get Output filename not configured…
  • I found that you didn’t say npm install with the –save command (so these modules go into the package.json).
  • When I run webpack -w I get an error that tells me that my ‘Output filename not configured’.
  • Because if you think about React, and we’ll talk a lot more about this, but React is basically composed of different components and there’s always one root component that’s going to render all of its children components.
  • I too faced the same issue and finally found I running the “webpack -w” from Public folder and not from the root folder.

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@eggheadio: “Building a React.js App: Up and Running with React and Webpac… by @tylermcginnis33 #React”


In this video, we’ll talk about JSX and learn the necessity of Webpack and specifically babel-loader for JSX to JavaScript transformation. We’ll also set up our basic architecture and build our very first React component.


Building a React.js App: Up and Running with React and Webpack

Which is More Popular: Angular JS or React JS?

  • AngularJS tracks and delivers updated relational content to users, without requiring developers to write additional code.
  • The two frameworks differ from each other in the categories of feature, functionality, usage and performance.
  • The developers must avoid using the two frameworks together to prevent the web application from becoming complex.
  • Bidirectional Data Binding: AngularJS further beats React in the category of data binding.
  • It becomes easier for web developers to boost the website’s user experience by allowing visitors to access new and dynamic content without leaving the web page.

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@AliyahChoudhry: “Understanding Major Differences between #AngularJS and #ReactJS”


Both AngularJS and ReactJS are widely used front-end frameworks. AngularJS is a JavaScript based structural framework, whereas React is a JavaScript library for developing web user interfaces. According to the usage statistics posted on various websites, AngularJS is currently more popular than React. But a number of reports recently highlighted the growing popularity of React.


Which is More Popular: Angular JS or React JS?

MobX 2.2: explicit actions, controlled mutations and improved DX — Medium

MobX 2.2: explicit actions, controlled mutations and improved DX:  #ReactJS

  • Action takes a function, and returns a function with exactly the same signature.
  • action makes the distinction between actions (something that modifies the state) and reactions (the state needs to trigger a side effect automatically) very clear.
  • MobX has made a point to stay un-opinionated about how you chose to write your actions.
  • In strict mode, MobX will throw an exception on any attempt to modify state outside an action.
  • Well, for starters, action wraps your original function automatically in a transaction .

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@ReactiveConf: “MobX 2.2: explicit actions, controlled mutations and improved DX: #ReactJS”


MobX had an amazing few weeks! It has just hit 2000 stars on GitHub. There’s been tremendous interest from the React Amsterdam talk (video…


MobX 2.2: explicit actions, controlled mutations and improved DX — Medium

Deco

Big news! Deco, the React Native IDE, is now available for download:  #reactnative #react

  • An input field for choosing a date.
  • Then insert the component with one click and customize.
  • Each component has a convenient thumbnail preview to help you find the right one.
  • An input field for choosing one option from a list.
  • Search for existing open-source React Native components to accelerate your development.

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@decoapp: “Big news! Deco, the React Native IDE, is now available for download: #reactnative #react”


Search for existing open-source React Native components to accelerate your development. Each component has a convenient thumbnail preview to help you find the right one.


Deco

AngularJS vs. React

  • Alex Ivanovs comes from a background of web development and project management.
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  • As one of the leading frameworks, the set of functions and features now complement the needs of web developers.
  • Most of the time we have to use HTML templates and by the time you’re done with it, the code looks archaic,like something out of the 80’s.
  • While Angular may sometimes require of you to read a novel’s worth of code, React, more often than not, won’t require of you to do any code reading .

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@brendanpramjee: “AngularJS vs. React – Which One to Pick? – #DevOps #reactjs #angularjs”


Few things go unchecked in the world of web development, especially when it comes to the two major developer frameworks, AngularJS and ReactJS. Maintained by some major players…


AngularJS vs. React