React.js + Redux stationary training

We now offer React.js + Redux stationary trainings!

  • Attendant can test React components using Enzyme library.
  • Attendant can create a data flow of the basic application using Redux.
  • Attendant can use the root component approach to create dynamic interfaces without any supportive libraries.
  • Attendant can use basic strategies of using React.js with other technologies – like JavaScript frameworks.
  • Attendant understands how middlewares work and can use it to communicate with backend using Redux-Thunk.

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@andrzejkrzywda: “We now offer React.js + Redux stationary trainings!”


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React.js + Redux stationary training

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

GitHub – juliancwirko/react-redux-webpack-meteor: React demo app with Webpack, Redux and Meteor as a backend only

  • The React app will start on localhost:3000 and it will connect to the Meteor backend on localhost:9000 .
  • (Meteor backend isn’t secured – just demo).
  • I can use my custom React configuration with Meteor backend and still have my realtime updates where I want.

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@JulianCwirko: “Realtime backend for @reactjs app in one file 😉 Thanks to @meteorjs and DDP!
#meteorjs #webdev #javascript”


react-redux-webpack-meteor – React demo app with Webpack, Redux and Meteor as a backend only


GitHub – juliancwirko/react-redux-webpack-meteor: React demo app with Webpack, Redux and Meteor as a backend only

Announcing PusherJS 3.1: Supporting ReactNative, Service Workers and NodeJS – Pusher Blog

  • We’re very happy to announce PusherJS 3.1, which keeps support for legacy browsers such as IE7, while also adding capability for React Native, web workers and NodeJS.
  • var Pusher = require(‘pusher-js/node’); var pusher = new Pusher(‘key’, { encrypted: true }); // …
  • 10.22.15 Build An Android Chat App With Pusher

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@wiwer77: “Announcing PusherJS 3.1: Supporting #ReactJS Native, Service Workers and #NodeJS via pusher”


JavaScript is no longer about script tags in HTML. In recent times, a range of exciting new runtimes have opened up to allow us to use the language for amazing, bleeding-edge things. That can be NodeJS running on servers and IoT devices, React Native to create great UX for cross-platform mobile apps, or browser workers to enhance UI performance.


Announcing PusherJS 3.1: Supporting ReactNative, Service Workers and NodeJS – Pusher Blog