Welcome to React Hong Kong!

Join us on 2 Aug for #HK's first EVER @reactjs #meetup!  #webdev #reactjs #JavaScript #coding

  • Talk 2 – Get up and running FAST with React (by Adrian Li)
  • Let’s start off the first ever React Hong Kong meetup with a bang!
  • Start a Meetup Group Start a Meetup Group
  • Talk 1 – Understanding React (by Daniel Li)
  • 19:00 – 19:45 – Food (probably Pizza), drinks and mingling 19:45 – 20:15 – Understanding React (by Daniel Li ) 20:15 – 20:45 – Get up and running FAST with React (by Adrian Li ) 20:45 – 21:15 – Networking and Mingling

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@brew_hk: “Join us on 2 Aug for #HK’s first EVER @reactjs #meetup! #webdev #reactjs #JavaScript #coding”


Welcome! Let's start off the first ever React Hong Kong meetup with a bang! There'll be food, drinks, and great talks by wonderful people!
Schedule:
19:00 – 19:45 – Food (probably Pizza), dr


Welcome to React Hong Kong!

Jest 14.0: React Tree Snapshot Testing · Jest

  • For Facebook’s native apps we use a system called “snapshot testing”: a snapshot test system that renders UI components, takes a screenshot and subsequently compares a recorded screenshot with changes made by an engineer.
  • As a result many people stopped writing tests altogether which eventually led to instabilities.
  • With snapshot testing I do not need the output files, the snapshots are generated for free by Jest!
  • Engineers frequently told us that they spend more time writing a test than the component itself.
  • import renderer from ‘react/lib/ReactTestRenderer’ ; test ( ‘Link renders correctly’ , ( ) = > { const tree = renderer .

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@cpojer: “Jest 14.0: React Snapshot Testing, experimental React-Native support and future plans for Jest. Try it out now!”


One of Jest’s philosophies is to provide an integrated “zero-configuration” experience. We want to make it as frictionless as possible to write good tests that are useful. We observed that when engineers are provided with ready-to-use tools, they end up writing more tests, which in turn results in stable and healthy code bases.


Jest 14.0: React Tree Snapshot Testing · Jest

Training_React_Ipso

N3XTCODER Training Week React.JS Sept 5-9 in Berlin  #reactjs #JavaScript #webdev

  • There will also be an opportunity to improve your git skills and collaborate as a team.
  • N3XTCODER Training Weeks are intensive 5 day programs.
  • The N3XTCODER Training Week with Ipso focusses on React.JS to build a video chat and surrounding features.
  • Participants dive deeply into advanced concepts and processes of software to improve their programming skills.

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@N3xtCoder: “N3XTCODER Training Week React.JS Sept 5-9 in Berlin #reactjs #JavaScript #webdev”


N3XTCODER Training Weeks are intensive 5 day programs. Participants dive deeply into advanced concepts and processes of software to improve their programming skills. Trainings take place in small groups of up to 12 participants. You will be mentored through the process with our N3XTCODER coaches led by Jonathan Moore (former CTO Team Europe & gruenderszene.de) and work with other like-minded developers.


Training_React_Ipso

How to Set Up Webpack Image Loader

How to Set Up Webpack Image Loader:  #ReactJS

  • The next part of the process involves telling Webpack to use the loader we just installed.
  • We can use a loader to take our images and make them available in our minified js file.
  • $/, exclude: /(node_modules|bower_components)/, loader: ‘babel-loader’, }, { test: /\.
  • Notice that we’ve added a comma after our first loader, and added a second loader that now tests for jpeg, png, gif, and svg files.
  • As described in the Webpack docs , a loader transforms files written in a specific programming language into JavaScript.

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@ReactiveConf: “How to Set Up Webpack Image Loader: #ReactJS”


This short tutorial will help you get your webpack configuration file set up to handle images using image-webpack-loader and file-loader for node.js


How to Set Up Webpack Image Loader

Introducing React Native Forms — Medium

Introducing #ReactJS Native forms:

  • But not only can you use React Native Forms to easily produce native-looking forms with default styling, it can be completely customized.
  • I’m open sourcing the library I wrote to quickly build forms at AuditionMe , React Native Forms.
  • Each form component should basically work the same way.
  • React Native Forms is already cross-platform, but I’d love to see the default Android styles look more like Android.
  • I shouldn’t have to look up a special set of props for every single component the form library provides.

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@ReactiveConf: “Introducing #ReactJS Native forms:”


I’m open sourcing the library I wrote to quickly build forms at AuditionMe, React Native Forms. Check it out on Github: https://github.com…


Introducing React Native Forms — Medium

Basics Of React Native

Basics Of #ReactNative by @ksr007 cc @CsharpCorner  #JavaScript #CsharpCorner

  • Execute the following command in the terminal to run your first react-native ios app
  • If you have successfully run the app, let’s try to modify it and see action in liveit live in action.
  • Let’s have a quick pictorial view of React vs React Native, though in this article, I am not talking about the basics of React: How a React component is rendered to its client (WEB Or Mobile Interface) is using respective frameworks.
  • You will see the immediate impact on your app.
  • sudo npm install -g react-native-cli

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@CsharpCorner: “Basics Of #ReactNative by @ksr007 cc @CsharpCorner #JavaScript #CsharpCorner”


In this article you will learn about the basics of React Native.


Basics Of React Native

koistya/declarative-routes.md Last active Jul 26, 2016

Declarative routes example with React and Relay  #reactjs #relay #javascript

  • exports = [ { path : ” /tasks ” , queries : { viewer : () => Relay.QL ` query { viewer } ` , tasks : () => Relay.QL ` query { tasks } ` }, async action ({ params }) { const [ Component , props ] = await Promise .
  • resolve (routes, { path : ‘ /tasks/123 ‘ }).
  • But if you’re planning to use Relay, it might be a better idea to use declarative routes instead.
  • map ( key => new Promise ( resolve => { const query = Relay .
  • Custom Routing solution with React and Relay

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@koistya: “Declarative routes example with React and Relay #reactjs #relay #javascript”


It shows how to implement Router.resolve(routes, context) method with just a few lines of code,
which in combination with history npm module (handles client-side navigation) can be a good
routing solution for many React applications.


koistya/declarative-routes.md Last active Jul 26, 2016