Testing responsive grid design using CSS flex in @preactjs (@reactjs). Link:

Testing responsive grid design using CSS flex in @preactjs (@reactjs). Link:

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Bauble Toggle @CodePen @greensock @reactjs #svg #interactive #ChristmasIsComing

Bauble Toggle @CodePen  @greensock @reactjs #svg #interactive #ChristmasIsComing

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A very simple @CodePen example for using #ReactJS Router: #Coding

A very simple @CodePen example for using #ReactJS Router:  #Coding

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Simple page navigation using React Router v2.8.1…
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I am Loving this Jelly Fish Splash React Animation see via @CodePen #ReactJs #React

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Easily Styling React Apps In JavaScript

Easily Styling React Apps In JavaScript

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#reactjs #javascript

  • While many developers still use CSS to style their React apps, writing styles in JavaScript has become an increasingly popular practice as it gives all of the conveniences of CSS preprocessors without the need to learn a new language.
  • Most CSS-in-JS libraries involve creating a JavaScript object of styles.
  • As an example, this is what a style object looks like using my preferred library, Aphrodite.
  • For example, when styling placeholder text, I use a function that returns an object of styles:

    One of biggest advantages of writing styles in JavaScript is that classNames are scoped to each component by default.

  • There are lots of helpful libraries for creating JavaScript styles.

Writing styles React Apps in JavaScript has become an increasingly popular practice as it gives all of the conveniences of CSS preprocessors
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React Routing with this.props.children

Routing with #ReactJS using

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Minimal Photo Gallery (ReactJS)

Minimal Image Gallery using @reactjs.  I'm very happy to be sharing on @codepen again! 🙌

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Had this idea bubbling around in my head for a while for a simple photo gallery with animations. Decided to get some more React practice in and make it…
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