react-native-maps

  • Default markers will be rendered unless a custom marker is specified.
  • Callouts to markers can be completely arbitrary react views, similar to markers.
  • Marker views can use the animated API to enhance the effect.
  • Markers can be customized by just using images, and specified using the image prop.
  • Issue: Since android needs to render its marker views as a bitmap, the animations APIs may not be compatible with the Marker views.

React Native Mapview component for iOS + Android
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React Native and Typescript – Medium

Setup a #ReactJS Native project with a Typescript environment as an alternative to Flow:

  • Because – let’s be honest – there should be none React Native components written in Typescript with typings.
  • React (and Facebook) official typing system is Flow .
  • Also we want to use JSX syntax and be able to include Javascript files along with Typescript files.
  • We found some typings, but they follow an old format.
  • Let’s find the typings of React Native.

The main intention of this blog post is to show how to setup a React Native project with a Typescript environment as an alternative to Flow…
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No Need for Dependency Injection in React Components – Medium

No need for dependency injection in #ReactJS Components:

  • When a component depends on another component, shallow rendering can help keep your unit tests isolated .
  • When a component depends on a function, you can pass the function in as a `prop`.
  • The goal of dependency injection is to make components more reusable and testable.
  • The function for submitting data can be tested separately and used in other components (like in DI).
  • I avoid putting data fetching and submitting logic directly into components.

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Dependency injection in React powered by InversifyJS

Dependency injection in React powered by InversifyJS  #reactjs #js #jsx #webdev

  • Most of the solutions for dependency injection (DI) in React components are based on context.
  • In the article we will learn how we can use InversifyJS as solution not based in context for DI in React applications.
  • The React development team recommends avoiding the usage of this feature.
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  • You can also add another Pen and it will pull the CSS from it.
  • You can also link to another Pen and we’ll pull the CSS from that Pen and include it.
  • You can also link to another Pen and we’ll pull the JavaScript from that Pen and include it.
  • Just put a URL to it and we’ll apply it, in the order you have them, before the CSS in the Pen itself.
  • You can apply CSS to your Pen from any stylesheet on the web.

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Angular.JS And React.JS- Incomparable, But Still The Rage Is On!

#AngularJS And #ReactJS - Incomparable, But Still The Rage Is On!

  • The code looks obsolete.
  • To determine the loophole, we need to open the code and find out what’s there in it that’s not letting your code execute.
  • If technology supports code packaging, then the app built using the technology would load faster.
  • Leveraging React.JS library Require.JS, the code can be efficiently loaded.
  • React.JS, not as old as Angular.JS, but it’s flexible and enable developers to use the existing code, the way they like.

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Dependency injection in React powered by InversifyJS • Wolk Software Engineering

Dependency injection in #reactjs powered #InversifyJS  #mobx #redux

  • The main advantage of using an IoC container like InversifyJS is that we are not using the context !
  • Most of the solutions for dependency injection (DI) in React components are based on context.
  • Using context will make your code harder to understand because it makes the data flow less clear.
  • In order to use “constructor injection” the IoC container needs to be able to create the instances of the classes.
  • We are using InversifyJS because it works in both Node.js and web browsers.

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