ReactJS Authentication Tutorial, Part 2

ReactJS Authentication Tutorial, Part 2  #web_dev #front_end #cli #reactjs #Programming

  • The component is pulling data from an API, so it needs a way of holding that data.
  • In the constructor, we define the initial state as seen in the code below:

    In the method, we call the method we exported from the helper file and set state as seen below:

    Now, we took advantage of one of the ReactJS lifecycle hooks, .

  • So, we invoked the method in the hook as seen below:

    All we are trying to do is tell ReactJS to load the data from the API immediately when the component gets rendered.

  • Finally, we rendered the component with the ReactJS method.
  • This renders the root component in the div, which is the starting point of our ReactJS application.

We continue our series on creating an authenticated ReactJS application by looking at how to setup our front-end with the help of Facebook’s CLI tool.
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Topcoder Getting Started with ReactJS

Getting Started with ReactJS - A blog that is supplemented by a Fun Challenge!

  • ReactJS uses JSX to transpire the HTML element on the web page.
  • React first converts JSX into a JavaScript file that is rendered by the browser, resulting in HTML code.
  • BABEL converts JSX code in JavaScript and takes care of cross-browser compatibility.
  • ReactJS functions are called components.
  • ReactJS gives us power to pass data between components and we do it using props and states.

Have you ever thought of passing your HTML code into JavaScript code? How about displaying HTML elements via JavaScript?
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React Codelab with next.js

Hey @_svs_ - please RT my #Reactjs Codelab happening tomorrow at 10:00 AM :)

  • Intermediate developer who want to go full stack and learn about routing, crud services, creating seo friendly pages and getting server side data rendered into their React app

    1.

  • Creating pages in your React App (30 mins)

    a.From components to pages and back again!

  • Create dynamic pages (20 mins)

    a.Create SEO friendly urls

    b.Add an express server to your app

    i.Basics of express

    ii.How server side routing works with express

    5.

  • Getting data flowing through your pages and components (20 mins)

    a.Fetch data from an api using async/await

    b.Render a list view from dynamic api data

    c.Render a detail view from api data

    6.

  • Adding CRUD to your app using API services (40 mins)

    a.Use JSON server to quickly mock a REST service

    b.Create an api service layer to interact with your resources

    8.

Rise Presents : React Codelab with next.js
Building a React app always feels like a complicated, unending and incomplete process. And that’s true for begin
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Structuring React Components – Kacper Goliński – Medium

Structuring React Components  #javascript #reactnative #react #webdevelopment #reactjs

  • React ComponentsIn this short post, I would like to describe how to structure react components.The main idea is to have a structure that helps to build highly maintainable and scalable software and makes it easy for developers to navigate and find files.Each component has its own directory and inside it, we put all related files.
  • It will be also relatively easy to move components around or to create a separate package since all important code will be already packed up.Example componentsWe have to start with components directory which contains “global” components, used in different parts of an application.Above we can see Search / component, which is used in TopNavbar / and somewhere else in the app, that’s why both components are at the same main level.TopNavbar/ directory contains following files and directories:index.js – it contains only single line which exports TopNavbar default.
  • /TopNavbar’;TopNavbar.jsx – main component structure (layout).
  • Private components contain own tests, other private components, and styled-components.
  • Stories for react-storybook are only created for the main component not for private ones.ConclusionAt first, this structure may look complex and overcomplicated.

The main idea is to have a structure that helps to build highly maintainable and scalable software and makes it easy for developers to navigate and find files. Each component has its own directory…
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UI Developer for Fintech Startup at Finxact

UI Developer for #fintech Startup at Finxact #reactjs

  • The Console is the window into the Finxact core banking system.
  • Finxact is a contributing member of the Open API Initiative and building upon The OpenAPI Specification, formerly known as the Swagger Specification.
  • The Finxact Core API is not ours – it belongs to the banking community.
  • A contract with Finxact is a contract upheld by the community – not just one vendor.
  • The Finxact API protects your investment, connects you to others, and future proofs your adaptability – so you can focus on being innovative.

Finxact is hiring a UI Developer for Fintech Startup on Stack Overflow Jobs. Learn more about the UI Developer for Fintech Startup job and apply now on Stack Overflow Jobs.
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@matzatorski Reason bindings for react-native!

  • There are many missing APIs and the existing ones are not guaranteed to work.
  • Contributions of Components and APIs are very welcome!
  • Since we have a proper type system we can make styles typesafe!
  • Therefore styles are a little bit different declared than in JavaScript:

    You can generate an interface file ( ) with

    This generates the OCaml variant of the interface file.

  • To obtain a reason interface you can copy it into Reason Tools.

bs-react-native – BuckleScript bindings for React Native
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8 Reasons Why React.JS is the Best Technology to Develop Kickass Web and Mobile Apps

8 reasons why #reactjs is the best technology to develop kickass web and mobile apps.

  • Any JavaScript developer would find it easy to comprehend the basics of React JS and start developing web apps using this technology within a few days of mastering the docs and tutorials.
  • One of the main reasons to opt for React JS for the web and mobile app development is the JavaScript library.
  • That is why React JS is steadily gaining popularity among the developers of the web and mobile apps.
  • If you are a developer who is concerned with single page applications and want to come up with fast, user-friendly, and responsive apps, React JS is definitely a worthy choice.
  • Considering the advantages offered by this technology, there is no reason why React JS won’t be welcomed by developers in pursuit of creating advanced web and mobile apps.

So what makes React JS a preferred technology to develop kickass web and mobile apps? We list down 8 top reasons in support of it. 1. Easy to learn and master. 2. Simple to write components
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