Create actions with redux-tide it’s simple! #redux #reactjs #Redux #React

Create actions with redux-tide it's simple!

#redux #reactjs #Redux #React

  • You don’t need to create reducers for rest-api data – – You should create reducers only for business front-end logic – – Redux-Tide – Do not force you to use only it, – – This is a small library helping you create normalization, actions, reducers and selector – – You…
  • js example from Usage section – – When you need to force a clear state of action, please use – – Please read Create one action for different entity id section and Other options to create an action – – And look examples: – – different-entity-id-example – – different-entity-id-source -…
  • () action id if you called where postId === 5 .
  • { post with id 5 is was deleted success } } we used action delPostById with prefix postId so, actionId has postId in actionId and if you want track all calls with any postId you hould used parentActionId property parentActionId – it’s actionId from action which was called .
  • () } } } – – For details you can look example: – – different-entity-id-example – – methods returns same action – – But generate new uniq dispatch type and new uniq action state – – You should be call , , when you are dispatch event and use getActionData…

redux-tide – Simple library for redux crud normalized state and actions/selectors for it
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Understanding higher-order components

  • Why use HOC: Promote reuse of logic across React components.
  • How to use HOC: The core structure of a HOC is a function that takes a component and returns a new component.
  • HOC are pure functions with no side-effects because the component passed in, is wrapped in a new component.
  • The HOC looks like this: – – State now has a property to inject data from the API fetch into the wrapped component via the prop.
  • React Redux connect has a different function signature of a function returning a function which accepts one argument (ie, ‘component’) to create a HOC.

Understand why and how to use higher-order components with React JS

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Why You Should Consider ReactJS for Your Web Application?

Here's Why You Should Consider #ReactJS for Your #WebApplication.


  • Yes, we are talking about ReactJS – the JavaScript library which is the hot favorite of developers and is climbing the popularity charts every day.
  • Managing system updates is very easy with ReactJS because every change does not necessarily affect each component in the system.
  • Developers using ReactJS have free access to a variety of useful applications and tools from the community at large.
  • Apart from these, there are numerous other examples such as Uber, Salesforce, KISSmetrics, Tesla, Scribd, Reddit, Periscope and many more which have leveraged the power of ReactJS to build world-class interactive web applications.
  • If you are looking to develop SEO-friendly, interactive web applications with great UI and expect your application to handle heavy traffic, it’s time to migrate to ReactJS.

According to the 2016 StackOverflow developer survey, React.Js’s popularity had recently increased by over 300%.What is making ReactJS so popular? Let’s take a look why you should consider ReactJS for your web application?
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What’s a react-native-ui-kitten?

What's a react-native-ui-kitten?

  • react-native-ui-kitten is a framework that contains a set of commonly used UI components styled in a similar way.
  • The main idea of this framework is to move style definitions into a specific place making components reusable and styled in a single way.
  • Documentation for this framework is here.
  • There is also a cool application built using our framework.
  • We will be happy to work with you!

react-native-ui-kitten – 🐱 Customizable and reusable react-native component kit
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Lessons learned testing React & Redux apps with Jest and Enzyme

Lessons learned #testing #reactjs  & #Redux #apps with #Jest and #Enzyme  #javascript

  • It makes things much easier, and you can pattern match (hit p then type part of your file/folder name) to make sure you’re not running a ton of things every save.Make sure you don’t close off your test() statements early.Parentheses man… 😢Is perfectly valid Javascript, but your test (while it…
  • I only noticed that I had this copy and pasted for one section of my unit tests when I made an error and realized the test didn’t fail.Which leads me to…Make sure your tests failIf you’re awesome and use TDD, then props to you you’re already doing this 🎉For the rest…
  • Time to move on.”However this leads to errors like the aforementioned one, and it’s surprisingly easy to grab and test the wrong element or mocked function — especially if you’re copy pasting from a similar test.It’s not hard to just comment out an essential section of a test and make sure it…
  • It’s also easy to copy to another component with a similar need for testing.In fact all of the little conventions I’m following here (beforeEach mounting a wrapper, what I name things, spreading a props object) are great to have defined somewhere so people can easily understand and copy test functionality…
  • It also makes testing quite simple and separates rendering vs data concernsI try to extract any complex data manipulation to pure functions and test thoseI use end to end (Selenium) and integration tests to check on sections of my app to make sure it all fits together.It’s not perfect, I’m…

If you don’t work at a primarily tech company, it can be a bit difficult to convince managers of the importance of things like unit testing. After being a enthusiastic supporter for quite a while, I…
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Using React Fragments for the first time

  • Up until React 16 each component had to return a single element: – – With the release of React 16, you were able to return an array of elements that a component would render: – – This is OK; but it has two problems: – – Because returning arrays didn’t…
  • On a large application with a suite of components this can very quickly lead to a set of wrapping elements that can produce a big set of HTML soup.
  • The difference is that a component doesn’t end up adding any extra markup into the DOM: – – First, we import just like we import from : – – And then we use it just like any other React component: – – The key here is that the resulting DOM…
  • However, swapping out the string interpolation using ES2015 template strings for a React suddenly made the entire code easier to follow, and allowed me to use an HTML entity: – – This is now easier to follow and allows me to use HTML entities and have them work as expected….
  • Not only do they clear up a lot of component code, but the fact that they have no output into the DOM should lead to fewer superfluous and elements that a lot of React applications are littered with.

React v16 was a very exciting release for React, and included many new features. In the recent React 16.2 release, improved support for Fragments was announced, and it’s this feature that I want to talk about today.
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