On the Lookout for Angular 1’s Future — Wizbii Developers

  • As front-end developers, part of our job is to keep up with all that and update our stack .
  • Since you can do almost whatever you want, there’s also no real guidance about the good way to do things.
  • I’d strongly advise to go through Dan Abramov’s egghead serie: Getting Started with Redux where you’ll finally get to see some code.

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@wiwer77: ““On the Lookout for Angular 1’s Future”
by @Zh0uzi
#ReactJS #AngularJS #Redux”


It’s been two years now since we started building almost all of our services with Angular at Wizbii. Surely we faced som…


On the Lookout for Angular 1’s Future — Wizbii Developers

Qwikly – Our experience with React Native and Swift

  • Our React Native starter app had 1548 dependencies (in the form of node modules and their dependencies).
  • It was around this time that we first started discussing whether we could realistically target React Native in the long term.
  • Our Swift starter app contains 65 files , representing a 99.66% reduction in the number of files.

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@rajubitter: “The qwikly folks tried to integrate their tool with React Native, didn’t go well. @fusetools @wan_li”


This is the source for Qwikly help and documentation. For support and our user form, check out http://support.getqwikly.com.


Qwikly – Our experience with React Native and Swift

GitHub – relax/relax: New generation CMS on top of React, Redux and GraphQL

  • By default the application runs at port 8080 .
  • To configure the application you can use a .relaxrc file.
  • To build your assets ready to go for production run npm run build and npm start to start the application.

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@vitalethomas: “Interesting project: “Relax is a new generation CMS on top of #ReactJS and #NodeJS””


relax – New generation CMS on top of React, Redux and GraphQL


GitHub – relax/relax: New generation CMS on top of React, Redux and GraphQL

Why MobX?

  • MobX provides mechanisms to optimally synchronize application state with your React components by using a reactive virtual dependency state graph that is only updated when strictly needed and is never stale.
  • observer turns React (function) components into derivations of the data they render.
  • As demonstrated above, modifying state when using MobX is very straightforward.

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@jferrettiboke: “#MobXJS: scalable state management. A competitor of #ReduxJS. What should I learn? Both at this moment. #ReactJS #JS”



Why MobX? | MobX

Node.js is a Salad Bar — Medium

  • One approach to the problem is to build a framework around React and try to standardize around it.
  • Many build tools enable or expect configuration in package.json , exacerbating this issue.
  • Both issues – package.json parse errors and Webpack paths – are fundamentally problems with Node and how browser tools interact with it.

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@MikeHerman: ““Node.js is a Salad Bar” by @modernserf #javascript #reactjs #nodejs”


Thoughts on Boilerplate, Frameworks and Usability


Node.js is a Salad Bar — Medium

React-Ionic

  • Ionic allows you to quickly build iOS and Android apps that are indistinguishable from native apps.
  • Create iOS and Android apps with React and Ionic
  • In its current state, we believe React-Ionic is ready to use in production apps.

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@ModusJesus: “Pretty nice. An @Ionicframework hybrid with @reactjs #ReactJS #HTML5 #JavaScript”


Create iOS and Android apps with React and Ionic


React-Ionic

Webpack’s HMR & React-Hot-Loader — The Missing Manual — Medium

  • App Scenario 3- A React App With Backend Server That’s BOTH API AND Web Server
  • And then depending on your app’s scenario, you can choose one of them and then use React Hot Loader along with it.
  • App Scenario 2- A React App With Backend API calls (proxy)

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@qborreda: ““Webpack’s HMR & React-Hot-Loader — The Missing Manual” by @rajaraodv #javascript #reactjs #workflow”


Webpack’s HMR along with React-Hot-Loader makes developing React apps very productive. But depending on the type of the …


Webpack’s HMR & React-Hot-Loader — The Missing Manual — Medium