I will handle everything.

I will handle everything.   #androiddevelopment #react #native #iosdevelopment #swift

  • Are you looking for expert mobile application developer?
  • Do you want to expand your business or services by developing mobile applications?
  • You are landed at the right place, I am having extensive experience with Designing and Developing Android and iOS application.
  • I can develop Native application as well as using cross platform Xamarin and PhoneGap.
  • And remember that development cost will be depends on the complexity and functionality of the application.

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Server Rendering with React and React Router

Server Rendering with React and React Router, by @tylermcginnis  #reactjs #react

  • Now that we get the big picture, let’s work on creating the foundation for what will become a server rendered React Router app.
  • Here’s what the React docs have to say about this – – When you’re just rendering a component with no data, it’s not difficult to have the server rendered and client rendered content be identical – as we saw when we just rendered .
  • You need to make sure that the component is rendered with the same data (or props) on both the client and server.
  • The idea is when a GET request is made to our server, instead of calling immediately, we fetch the popular repositories first and then call it after giving our React app the data.
  • The client because it obviously needs to know which components to render as the user navigates around our app and the server because it needs to know which data to fetch when the user requests a specific path.

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Optimizing React Rendering (Part 1) – Flexport Engineering

Optimizing React Rendering (Part 1)  #Reactjs #Javascript #Webdev

  • PureComponent does a shallow object comparison on the props, and since you are passing in the same object reference, shouldComponentUpdate will return false and the updated data will not be rendered.This means that if any part of your app mutates data that needs to be rendered, PureComponent puts you at risk of displaying stale data.
  • This is by far the biggest blocker because it results in incorrect UI behavior, and it is outside the control of your component.Fix: Never mutate values used as React props or state.
  • Even if some ancestor component triggers a re-render, PureParent will not re-render because neither its state or props has changed.This gotcha also leads to incorrect UI behavior, but the issue is scoped to the component itself, making it easy to fix.Fix: Extract data dependency into state or props, and update state or props when the data changes.Object copyingQ: What happens when Parent is re-rendered with an unchanged props.dataList?A: PureChild is re-rendered wastefully because filter returns a new object, which tricks PureChild into thinking that the prop has changed.This problem is triggered by calling any function that creates a new object or using an inline object literal in render.Fix: Cache your derived data calculations.
  • A: PureChild is re-rendered wastefully because arrow functions and Function.prototype.bind return new function instances, which tricks PureChild into thinking that the onClick handler has changed.Fix: Don’t use arrow functions and bind in render.
  • When those props change, PureChild will re-render wastefully.Fix: Unless you’re writing some sort of higher-order-component, don’t be lazy and be explicit about the props that you are passing.ConclusionTurns out our app is littered with every single one of these gotchas, and is especially dependent on mutation side-effects.

We migrated our web app to React almost 3 years ago, and since React performs extremely well out of the box, optimizing performance was not something we had to worry about. However, as our…
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All the Arrows point to REACT.js – Brad Hankee – Medium

All the Arrows point to REACT.js  #react #es6 #javascript #reactjs

  • After three tutorials and falling down a number of rabbit holes my brain feels numb by dinner and feels strangely ready to get back at it while the morning coffee is brewing the next day.Not only is React great but I feel like I am simultaneously becoming more proficient at HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
  • It is also solving many puzzles for me like some ES6 syntax I have been sighing at for the past few weeks not knowing what is was.Ok, to explain the idea behind the picture I think I now understand, and maybe even like, arrow functions.
  • The arrow function doesn’t just make for more concise and cleaner code but it actually has a major impact on React with the ‘this’ word.When using ‘this’ in a function it takes on that function’s scope.
  • The great thing about making that same function with the arrow syntax is now that same ‘this’ will now use the scope outside of that function.
  • The reason why I focused so much on React this week is because it’s both enjoyable and easy to see what’s going on.

This week has been great! Eating steak, buying a 28″ monitor, grass seed is actually growing and 40 hours of learning React.js. After three tutorials and falling down a number of rabbit holes my…
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Better Form Management – Robbie Dela Victoria – Medium

Better Form Management  #javascript #react #reactjs

  • Better Form ManagementBuilding complex forms in react.js is notoriously hard, there are a lot of moving parts.
  • Don’t forget A/B testing, if you’re into that sort of thing.After rebuilding the form below a few times, I’ve come up with a few general tips to help manage the complexity of forms.
  • The goal of this series of articles is to help guide you through the process of creating a better form.

Building complex forms in react.js is notoriously hard, there are a lot of moving parts. Not only do you have to manage the state of the each input (values), you have to manage the validation and…
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Meteor and React for Realtime Apps

Meteor and React for Realtime Apps
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  • If you are new to Meteor or React, or if you’ve been working to learn it but sometimes feel like you still don’t quite ‘get it’, this is the course for you!
  • Meteor JS can get you a position in web development or help you build that personal project you’ve been dreaming of.
  • Meteor and React for Realtime Apps
  • The course will get you up and running quickly, and teach you the core knowledge you need to deeply understand and build interesting apps with Meteor and React.
  • After an introduction to React, we’ll dive right in to Meteor, covering topics like Collections, Meteor Methods, Subscriptions, and Publications.

Master the fundamentals of Meteor and React with this tutorial as you develop secure, dynamic apps
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Should You Go With AngularJS or ReactJS?

Should You Go With AngularJS or ReactJS?

  • Though learning Angular will be immensely rewarding, I’m certain many prospective initiates to Angular have had their desires of Angular mastery nipped in the bud due to the terrifyingly intimidating and complicated Angular documentation.
  • I m back with another quarterly roundup of Gamasutra articles over the past quarter (July-September), as I continue my heroic efforts to excavate the best recently-published work….
  • “My personal journey working on WoW as game director is at an end, but my journey with Blizzard isn t. I ll still be but will be focusing on another project within the company.”
  • We aren’t always the best judges of what are our best pictures and Tinder is aiming to solve that with a new update, increasing your chances for a match….
  • ) – that updates the UI whenever a model changes (and vice versa)Useful out-of-the-box (as well as third-party-developed) modules such as Filters and Services that take the complexity out of…


Launched in 2009, AngularJS is a leader in JavaScript frameworks that lets you create powerful, highly functional web apps. Released in 2013,

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React Native Silicon Valley Meetup at Groupon – ReactJS News

New #no React Native Silicon Valley Meetup at Groupon  via @decoapp #Building

  • We will discuss the shortcuts and limitations of this approach to navigation.
  • Then we will dive into the new Navigation API for React Native, and demonstrate how we can customize the gestures and animations of navigation in our app.
  • Navigation in a mobile app is not typically as simple as navigation in the browser.
  • Food & Drinks Provided Provided 7:00pm – 7:30pm: Arrivals & Introductions 7:30pm – 8:00pm: 1.
  • Animating Navigation: Going off the deep end

Food & Drinks Provided Provided
7:00pm – 7:30pm: Arrivals & Introductions 7:30pm – 8:00pm: 1.  Featured Talk 8:00pm – 8:30pm: 2. Featured Talk 8:30pm – 9:15pm: Mingle
Eric Vicenti, @EricVicent @decoapp: Unraveling Navigation with @skevy. Meet him at the upcoming #reactnative meetup. Details:

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React Native Silicon Valley Meetup at Groupon

Unraveling Navigation with @skevy. Meet him at the upcoming #reactnative meetup. Details:

  • We will discuss the shortcuts and limitations of this approach to navigation.
  • Navigation in a mobile app is not typically as simple as navigation in the browser.
  • Featured Talk 8:00pm – 8:30pm: 2.
  • Then we will dive into the new Navigation API for React Native, and demonstrate how we can customize the gestures and animations of navigation in our app.
  • Animating Navigation: Going off the deep end

Food & Drinks Provided Provided
7:00pm – 7:30pm: Arrivals & Introductions 7:30pm – 8:00pm: 1.  Featured Talk 8:00pm – 8:30pm: 2. Featured Talk 8:30pm – 9:15pm: Mingle
Eric Vicenti, @EricVicent
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React Basics Course

  • React provides a new way to think about building web applications and will change the way you think about interactivity on the web.
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  • It also helps eliminate the complexity that comes with updating your DOM elements when the user interacts with your application.

Get up and running with React, a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. React allows you to describe how your app should be displayed in a very easy to understand way. It also helps eliminate the complexity that comes with updating your DOM elements when the user interacts with your application. React provides a new way to think about building web applications and will change the way you think about interactivity on the web.
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