Preact.js : Shopping Cart

@preactjs shopping cart with stock status. Link:  #preactjs #reactjs

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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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Recreated https://dribbble.com/shots/2896850-Animated-DropSplash-Logo-Posibility with React and SVG…
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Microservices with Docker, Flask, and React

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    Introduction

    Topics covered:

    Setting up a new service
    Configuring Redis
    Adding Materialize CSS

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  • Introduction

    Topics covered:

    Setting up a new service
    Configuring Redis
    Adding Materialize CSS

    Coming Soon!

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Stop Managing CSS – Charlie Hulcher – Medium

Stop Managing CSS  #cssinjs #react #styledcomponents #css #http2 #reactjs

  • Stop Managing CSSA response to Managing CSS JS in a HTTP/2 WorldThis article on getting great performance out of HTTP/2 would have excited me hugely before.
  • Sane structure and tooling around SCSS that allows for the best loading benefits with HTTP/2 is definitely the future when your styles are separate from everything else.I believed in separating styles, behavior, and structure for a long time.
  • Keep style alongside behavior and structure.Coming from that context, reading about the right way to manage CSS felt like watching exciting evolution for a dated paradigm.
  • A cleaner design for a horse harness is a beautiful thing but doesn’t beat the engine.Solving the problem of chunked CSS delivery in order to get performance benefits from HTTP/2 sounds to me like reinventing the wheel from what you’re probably already doing.
  • Why rebuild that process in parallel for CSS?The core problem comes down to managing CSS inclusion/exclusion from the project through a human process.

This article on getting great performance out of HTTP/2 would have excited me hugely before. Sane structure and tooling around SCSS that allows for the best loading benefits with HTTP/2 is definitely…
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CSS Modules with React: The Complete Guide – YoungInnovations’ Blog

CSS Modules with #ReactJS: The Complete Guide

  • css$/, use: [ { loader: ‘style-loader’, }, { loader: ‘css-loader’, options: { sourceMap: true, modules: true, localIdentName: ‘[local]___[hash:base64:5]’ } } ],}]CSS module makes CSS classes local for every component declared within by adding hashes in class names which are unique to each component, thus preventing CSS classes from one component overriding or conflicting with CSS in other components.Here is a simple example:panel.jsimport React from “react”;import style from “.
  • panelBody { padding: 15px;}Here classes panel and panelDefault are specific to Panel component and global class container comes from bootstrap applicable to whole site.An interesting thing to notice while writing multiple classes is that, if were to define class in html structure and do not define that class in CSS file, the genereated HTML will literally have undefined class.
  • panelBody { padding: 15px;}The generated HTML will be:div class=”undefined panelDefault___3JNN6″ div class=”panelBody___3OqQA”A Basic Panel/div/divSharing variables between CSS and JSOne of the things that excites me about CSS modules is ability to export variables from CSS file for use in JS file.
  • And there is a little extra step to get this working.With CSS modules, any CSS file a component is importing is local to the component as we are instructing webpack to map our CSS class names to unique hash based identifiers.A simple approach can be: define all locally scoped CSS along with each component js file and define global CSS in a separate direactory.All the CSS files inside app directory are locally scoped.locally coped css filesAnd CSS files inside styles directory can be global to whole site.To get this approach working, we have to add a simple configuration in our webpack config file.rules: [{ test: /\.
  • :)CSS module does not affect element and attribute selectorsWith CSS modules, class names are locally scoped to component in which it is defined, however, html element and attribute selectors are untouched.panel.jsdiv class=”panelDefault” div class=”panelBody” a color: salmon;}a{ text-decoration: none;}Here, above styles are global and applied across entire project.

In the developer community today, we are seeing new design patterns, libraries and frameworks trying to make front end systems even better. Web components are becoming de-facto in developing front…
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