#Reactjs component that renders children elements when they enter the viewport

  • The option allows you to specify how far below, above, to the left, and to the right of the viewport you want to begin displaying your content.
  • The option allows you to specify how far below the viewport you want to begin displaying your content.
  • The option allows you to specify how far to left of the viewport you want to begin displaying your content.
  • The option allows you to specify how far to the right of the viewport you want to begin displaying your content.
  • By default the throttling function is actually a debounce function so that the checking function is only triggered after a user stops scrolling.

react-lazy-load – React component that renders children elements when they enter the viewport.
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React.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.May 2017)

All you need to know about #ReactJS:  #JavaScript

  • React.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.May 2017)Since April 2017, we’ve ranked nearly 1,200 React.JS articles to pick the Top 10 stories (0.83% chance to be included) that can help advance your career.Topics included in this React list are: Performance, Progressive Web App, Sketch, Serverless Stack, AWS, Webpack, Funtional Components, VR, Cross Platform, Animation.
  • Open source of the month is included at the bottom and JavaScript Top 10 is published separately in the publication.Mybridge AI ranks articles based on the quality of content measured by our machine and a variety of human factors including engagement and popularity.
  • This is a competitive list and you’ll find the experience and techniques shared by the experienced React developers particularly useful.Twitter Lite and High Performance React Progressive Web Apps at Scale.

Since April 2017, we’ve ranked nearly 1,200 React.JS articles to pick the Top 10 stories (0.83% chance to be included) that can help advance your career.
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React.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.May 2017)

React.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.May 2017).

#JavaScript @reactjs

  • React.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.May 2017)Since April 2017, we’ve ranked nearly 1,200 React.JS articles to pick the Top 10 stories (0.83% chance to be included) that can help advance your career.Topics included in this React list are: Performance, Progressive Web App, Sketch, Serverless Stack, AWS, Webpack, Funtional Components, VR, Cross Platform, Animation.
  • Open source of the month is included at the bottom and JavaScript Top 10 is published separately in the publication.Mybridge AI ranks articles based on the quality of content measured by our machine and a variety of human factors including engagement and popularity.
  • This is a competitive list and you’ll find the experience and techniques shared by the experienced React developers particularly useful.Twitter Lite and High Performance React Progressive Web Apps at Scale.

Since April 2017, we’ve ranked nearly 1,200 React.JS articles to pick the Top 10 stories (0.83% chance to be included) that can help advance your career.
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Use create-react-native-app to Set Up a Simple React Native App

  • React Native requires a lot of initial set up to get an app going.
  • After creating the project we will run the development server which will print a QR code on the terminal.
  • We will install the app called on our mobile phone and use it to scan the QR code.
  • This will load our app on our mobile phone in development mode.
  • When make adjustments to our project the changes will be reflected on our phone.

React Native requires a lot of initial set up to get an app going. In this lesson, we will use create-react-native-app to do this initial setup for us. We will install create-react-native-app globally and create a new project.
After creating the project we will run the development server which will print a QR code on the terminal. We will install the app called Expo Client on our mobile phone and use it to scan the QR code.
This will load our app on our mobile phone in development mode. When make adjustments to our project the changes will be reflected on our phone. If we use console.log the messages will be printed in our terminal.
Download the Expo Client from App Store (https://itunes.apple.com/app/apple-store/id982107779?pt=17102800&ct=www&mt=8) or Google Play (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=host.exp.exponent&referrer=www)

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React, JSX and ES6 as a template language – Korbit Engineering – Medium

React, JSX and ES6 as a template language @poksme  #Reactjs #JavaScript #ES6

  • React, JSX and ES6 as a template languageThe last few years have seen an important popularity increase of front-end rendering frameworks and what once was a cosmetic paint coating using handwritten HTML and CSS became an abstracted JavaScript process that renders HTML and CSS.
  • The benefits of client-side HTML rendering are plenty but one down side is the rise of complexity for web integrators.What used to be rendered on the server using a template language (here moustache)……became a very noisy JavaScript module…The majority of the content of this file is keywords and software development notions (module, object, function, point dereference…).
  • Using ES6 syntactic sugars and react functional component we can greatly reduce this noise.What happened here?
  • Technically speaking, we export as default an arrow function that destructures its only argument (props) and returns some JSX.
  • The result is a much more simple syntax closer to a template.But does this scale?The benefit of this notation is that we get a declarative block at the top of the file that lists the needed properties and a template block at the bottom that uses the properties.At Korbit we have been using this component style for hyphen.to.

The last few years have seen an important popularity increase of front-end rendering frameworks and what once was a cosmetic paint coating using handwritten HTML and CSS became an abstracted…
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Building a React Universal Blog App: A Step-by-Step Guide

Building a #ReactJS Universal Blog App: A Step-by-Step Guide  via @sitepointdotcom

  • The Cosmic JS official Node.js client to easily serve our blog content from the Cosmic JS cloud-hosted content API.
  • From we have a pretty basic working example of a blog app with a few different pages.
  • Using Node.js on the server and React on the client, we can build our JavaScript app to be universal (or isomorphic ).
  • // app-client.js import React from ‘react’ import { render } from ‘react-dom’ import { Router } from ‘react-router’ import createBrowserHistory from ‘history/lib/createBrowserHistory’ const history = createBrowserHistory() // Routes import routes from ‘.
  • In the step-by-step tutorial, made of two parts, I will show you how to build a React Universal Blog App that will first render markup on the server side to make our content available to search engines.

Tony Spiro shows how to build a React Universal Blog App that will first render markup on the server side to make your content available to search engines.
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