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

Announcing Reactive Trader Cloud

  • Announcing Reactive Trader Cloud
  • Reactive Trader Cloud is a demo client-server FX trading application.
  • To launch Reactive Trader in our demo environment, click .
  • The backend is composed of a set of services which can be scaled, deployed and upgraded independently.
  • Instead of using HTTP, the client connects to the backend using Websockets and since we have a number of services, we decided to use a messaging gateway to act as a broker: this allows the client to establish a single connection to the backend and the broker is used to route messages to the correct service instance or to the correct client.

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@AdaptiveLimited: “Reactive Trader Cloud released, #reactjs front-end, backend on #Kubernetes, all open source!”


In April 2014 we gave a talk at React Conf London on Reactive user interfaces and open-sourced Reactive Trader, a demo app we used to demonstrate the different concepts we highlighted in the talk. The talk was focused on UIs so we put most of our effort into the front-end and built a very simple monolithic backend to simulate the different flows and failure scenarios.


Announcing Reactive Trader Cloud

JQuery Selectors vs. React Refs with Typescript

A quick look at JQuery Selectors vs. React Refs  #jquery #reactjs

  • There is no need to do this.refs.username.getDOMNode() and it is deprecated.
  • Let us now look at a simple case of targeting DOM elements using Refs in React.
  • It is a lot of code – a lot of useful code, and still pretty fast!
  • Refs using Typescript Before accessing the refs in your typescript code, it is imperative to define the typing for the referenced elements in Typescript.
  • JQuery Selectors vs. React Refs One of the most power features of JQuery is the ability to seamlessly select DOM elements to perform desired actions.

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@IntertechInc: “A quick look at JQuery Selectors vs. React Refs #jquery #reactjs”


A quick look at JQuery Selectors vs. React Refs and why it is obvious that elements can be faster referenced in a React way using Refs.


JQuery Selectors vs. React Refs with Typescript

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?

Build Web Apps with React JS and Flux

Build Web Apps with #ReactJS and #Flux - 30% OFF #udemy coupon

  • Read reviews from the students – Build Web Apps with React JS and Flux
  • The course will get you up and running quickly, and teach you the core knowledge you need to deeply understand and build React components.
  • I’ve built the course that I would have wanted to take when I was learning React.
  • Master the fundamentals of React as you develop applications supported by Flux, React Router, Gulp, and Browserify.
  • Use Bootstrap to get awesome-looking components.

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Mastering React can get you a position in web development or help you build that personal project you’ve been dreaming of. It’s a skill that will put you more in demand in the modern web development industry, especially with the release of Flux and ReactNative.


Build Web Apps with React JS and Flux

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

Using Auth0 with Reindex

  • I will cover common patterns for using Auth0 in Reindex-copying the profile info and using the Auth0 API.
  • You can call the mutation manually in your login function or use a Relay Mutation.
  • To maintain privacy, only the user can read this field, so, if you want to reveal some of the profile info to other users, you need to copy it.
  • export default function login ( auth0Options, reindex ) { const lock = new Auth0Lock( ‘YOUR-AUTH0-CLIENT-ID’ , ‘YOUR-AUTH0-SECRET’ ); lock.show(auth0Options, async (err, profile, idToken) => { if (err) { console .log(err); return ; } await reindex.loginWithToken( ‘auth0’ , idToken) .catch((err) => { console .log(err) }); await reindex.query( ` mutation($input: _UpdateUserInput!
  • Let’s write a function that opens the Auth0 lock and logs the user into Reindex.

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@freiksenet: “I’ve written a guide about using @reindexio and @auth0 together in #reactjs and #reactnative.”


Auth0 is an amazing service for handling authentication
in your apps. It not only supports many popular social login APIs, but
also has ready-made libraries and UI components to really speed up your
application development. Reindex supports Auth0 as an authentication
provider,
and we actually use it for our own dashboard app. In this blog post, I’ll describe
various ways to use Auth0 with Reindex.


Using Auth0 with Reindex