Math: the React.js Way – Hacker Noon

Math: the React.js Way

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#reactjs #javascript

  • Math: the React.js WayHave you found yourself doing intense math problems using weird symbols like +, −, á, and×?
  • Thanks to react-real-math you can now harness the power of the React.js Virtual DOM to make your Math blazing🔥 fast!react-real-math provides an incredibly easy to understand API out of the gate, for free.
  • Let’s take a look at an example of react-real-math in action.
  • Consider this old-school almost obfuscated math problem:1+1×2=?
  • If you would like to contribute to react-real-math please check out the project’s

Have you found yourself doing intense math problems using weird symbols like +, −, ÷, and×? Do you enjoy the speed and developer experience of React.js? Thanks to react-real-math you can now harness…
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Math: the React.js Way – Hacker Noon

Math: the React.js Way

☞ 

#reactjs #javascript

  • Math: the React.js WayHave you found yourself doing intense math problems using weird symbols like +, −, á, and×?
  • Thanks to react-real-math you can now harness the power of the React.js Virtual DOM to make your Math blazing🔥 fast!react-real-math provides an incredibly easy to understand API out of the gate, for free.
  • Let’s take a look at an example of react-real-math in action.
  • Consider this old-school almost obfuscated math problem:1+1×2=?
  • If you would like to contribute to react-real-math please check out the project’s

Have you found yourself doing intense math problems using weird symbols like +, −, ÷, and×? Do you enjoy the speed and developer experience of React.js? Thanks to react-real-math you can now harness…
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I interviewed @nemshilov about A+ Forms, his new form solution for #reactjs

  • Engineers think of forms as a bucket of input fields that spits out a blob of data which we then retrieve and send to the server.
  • I built A+ forms for the same reason, so my engineers and I don’t have to solve this problem over and over again and can focus on making what we want to develop.
  • Here are the next extensions that I’m planning to build: – – A+ forms have a bunch of standard fields out of the box, but they’re not tied to any particular UI component implementation.
  • Form management in native mobile apps is alien to us web developers.
  • If we re-implement those fields in React Native components, then engineers could have the same developer experience between web and native apps.

If you think about it, a lot of web development has something to do with forms. Every time you capture information, you most likely require a form. It’s one of the basic skills for a front-end developer.
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Building Native Mobile Apps with React Native

Building Native Mobile Apps with React Native |

  • It’s been tough for developers to create native apps in different OS platforms.
  • Moreover, developing the native apps for different platforms requires skill sets and experience pertinent to the OS platform.
  • As a result, React Native is making progress by providing Real Native experience for different OS platforms.
  • The beauty of React Native is that it allows developers to build native apps using JavaScript and React.Its main theme lies on utilizing the power of React in native platforms.
  • The most useful features of React Native are the capability to write source code only in React Native, and the ability to compile it on various OS platforms.

React Native is providing Real Native experience for different OS platforms. It allows developers to build native apps using JavaScript and React.
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Making the web an enjoyable place with React – Hacker Noon

Making the web an enjoyable place with React  #react #reactjs

  • Making the web an enjoyable place with ReactReact — what an amazing development experienceReact is such an amazing framework with amazing DX (Developer Experience) — it’s just very enjoyable and fun to code in.
  • We should pay it forward and make remarkable experiences for our users.One such experience are transitions of elements from one state to another.
  • Native mobile apps already achieved smooth transitions and today I want to make it easier to do the same on the web.React Overdrive is an open-source project to do just that.
  • Transition one state of our app to the next in an extremely enjoyable manner for the users.React OverdriveReact Overdrive was built to handle transition of the same element changing positions, transition between two different elements and transitioning elements from one page to the next.Though not perfect (yet), it’s a starting point in a journey to an enjoyable web.Transition elements from a thumbnail to the full imageCheckout the website, github repo and the examples: 1, 2, 3.

React is such an amazing framework with amazing DX (Developer Experience) — it’s just very enjoyable and fun to code in. We should pay it forward and make remarkable experiences for our users. One…
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React Native — first impressions – Real Life Programming – Medium

React Native — first impressions  #react #softwaredevelopment #reactnative #reactjs

  • Right now QuotesKeeper is already in AppStore and we’ll be posting updated thoughts about React Native soon.Some time ago at DayOne.pl we started a project to build 3 apps with 3 devs in 30 days — the one month project.
  • Most of the knowledge you have about components, lifecycle, state, props, mixins, etc. can be used in your React Native project.
  • Just like you would do in regular React app.There are plenty of libraries ready to be used by your project if any native component is missing.
  • Also built-in React Native list component start scrolling very slow when you have so many elements.
  • You really need to test things out if you plan to work on large datasets.SummaryTo sum things up — would I use React Native in my next project?

First thoughts about React Native after more than a month of iOS app development. Good and bad sides of building your app with React Native.
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Scripting Native App with React Native – Supreet Totagi – Medium

Scripting native app with React Native:  #frontend #ReactJS #JavaScript

  • Even though native development takes longer, there are many reasons why we can produce better experience on mobile than on web.
  • React Native apps can access platform features like the phone camera, or the user’s location.
  • With all the advantages of native development, what we really want is user experience of native mobile apps combined with developer experience we have when building on the web.
  • Scripting Native App with React Native
  • If we use JavaScript to build native mobile apps, we would probably make this stack work across multiple platforms combined with great developer experience that comes in building apps for the Web.

If we use JavaScript to build native mobile apps, we would probably make this stack work across multiple platforms combined with great developer experience that comes in building apps for the Web…
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