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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@Brainvire: “#AngularJS And #ReactJS – Incomparable, But Still The Rage Is On!”


Angular.JS and React.JS technologies are JavaScript based, developed for same purpose and their functions overlap somewhere, but still, there is difference


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

Automattic Will Continue to Use React.js in Calypso Despite Patent Clause – WordPress Tavern

Automattic Will Continue to Use React.js in Calypso Despite Patent Clause

  • Automattic Will Continue to Use React.js in Calypso Despite Patent Clause
  • React contains a patent clause that allows Facebook to revoke the license if certain conditions are met.
  • The termination provisions of the patent license aren’t ideal, but are not a blocker to using React as part of Calypso.”
  • The clause has raised concerns that Automattic could have its license revoked for Calypso if it competes directly with Facebook.
  • The license gives React users permission to use Facebook’s patents on React.

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@wptavern: “Automattic Will Continue to Use React.js in Calypso Despite Patent Clause”


Calypso is an application developed by Automattic that is built entirely with JavaScript using the Node and React libraries. React, etc., a site that covers news related to the React library, recently published an article highlighting how a license to use it in projects can be revoked.


Automattic Will Continue to Use React.js in Calypso Despite Patent Clause – WordPress Tavern

NativeBase v0.5.0 — More components added — NativeBase.io Blog

  • Also we have used NativeBase components in our products Native Starter Pro , React Native E-Commerce , React Native Flat App Theme .
  • We are actively working on NativeBase with huge list of components to add in coming days.
  • An open source framework that enables developers to build high quality mobile apps using React Native for iOS and Android apps with the fusion of ES6.
  • Platform separation from header- The header component in NativeBase for iOS and Android comes with the same code but looks different on iOS and Android.
  • Listview integrated with List Item- List Item component can now display both static as well as dynamic data.

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@StrapUI: “Use @NativeBase #componenets for #timesaving #Android #iOS #development at #reactjs #reactnative #javascript #coding”


NativeBase launched just few months ago and has already received more than 1300+ stars on Github. Day-by-day it’s becoming the defacto for…


NativeBase v0.5.0 — More components added — NativeBase.io Blog

Stubbing React Containers for Testing — KADIRA VOICE

This is how we can #stub #reactjs containers for the testing purpose. -

  • Instead of the Container, react-stubber will render the component we’ve provided.
  • We have a set of presentational UI components with some containers that wrap UI components with the data.
  • Stubbing React Containers for Testing
  • We provide a dummy component that replaces the container.
  • We’ll face a lot of issues when we are testing our Post UI component.

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@meteorhacks: “This is how we can #stub #reactjs containers for the testing purpose. -”


In many React apps, we follow the Container pattern with whatever container library we use, whether it’s Redux, React Komposer, Meteor or…


Stubbing React Containers for Testing — KADIRA VOICE

Building React Native Mobile Apps with NativeBase [Sponsor]

Build #ReactJS Native mobile apps with NativeBase:

  • React Native is a great choice to build mobile apps.
  • Using NativeBase Components In Your Code
  • Building React Native Mobile Apps with NativeBase [Sponsor]
  • The application’s stack of components is built using native UI components so there are no compromises with the UX.
  • NativeBase , an open source framework, lets you write high-quality React Native apps providing a set of customizable and re-usable native components for Android & iOS over single codebase.

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@ReactiveConf: “Build #ReactJS Native mobile apps with NativeBase:”


React Native is the holy grail of mobile app development, dream of every web developer who wanted to build amazing mobile apps. JavaScript had already taken the tech industry by storm from browsers to servers and now it’s helping developers to build native mobile apps.


Building React Native Mobile Apps with NativeBase [Sponsor]

Releasing Reindex, the GraphQL backend as a service

Releasing Reindex, the GraphQL backend as a service:  #ReactJS

  • Reindex is the first backend as a service with GraphQL built in its core.
  • Releasing Reindex, the GraphQL backend as a service
  • Developers, we have exciting news to share today: we’re launching Reindex to the world!
  • You can sign up on our website to start a free trial and immediately start building apps with Reindex.
  • There was finally a solution to the problems we had faced with synchronizing state between the client-side app and the backend and we wanted to build a BaaS that would make it super easy to spin up a GraphQL server for our projects.

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@ReactiveConf: “Releasing Reindex, the GraphQL backend as a service: #ReactJS”


Developers, we have exciting news to share today: we’re launching Reindex to the
world! Over the past few months we’ve been inviting developers to try Reindex,
and developing it based on the great feedback we’ve received from the
participants of the private beta.


Releasing Reindex, the GraphQL backend as a service

React JS and Flux Web Development for Beginners

React JS and Flux Web Development for Beginners B1FwgwZ4 #ReactJS
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  • The course is also for developers of any level who want to know and master React and Flux.
  • If you know basic HTML, CSS, and Javascript then this course is for you If you are an advanced developer but don’t know Javascript you will get by just fine in this course If you have no HTML or CSS experience you should learn those first before taking this course If you want to move away from jQuery then take this course
  • You are going to learn a lot in this course.
  • The comprehensive guide to building professional web apps with Facebook’s React & Flux
  • The course is designed for developers who know basic HTML and CSS but who want to take their skills to the next level by building data-driven web apps – the kind of apps that can be used for products or startups and the type of apps that can interact with servers.

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@reactjs_fan: “React JS and Flux Web Development for Beginners B1FwgwZ4 #ReactJS
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React JS and Flux Web Development for Beginners