Add React.js Explorer to Chrome with React Developer Tools

Add #ReactJS explorer to Chrome with React Developer Tools:  #JavaScript

  • This feature is built right into Chrome and it lets developers inspect pages and edit or remove elements right from within the browser.
  • Facebook’s team created the React.js library which abstracts a layer for frontend developers to reuse certain UI elements.
  • And now, with React Developer Tools you can inspect these element hierarchies and edit them right on the page.
  • You can also study the different states and the paths of object trees including which elements are above & below other elements.
  • In the sidebar, you can browse through props and states which let you study the behavior of other elements in that same tree.

Every web developer should already know about the amazing Chrome Developer Tools. This feature is built right into Chrome and it lets developers inspect pages
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Journey into React Part 6: Managing state and connecting to an Api with Redux and Axios

Managing state and connecting to an API with Redux and Axios:  #ReactJS

  • We export a function that contains a switch statement and returns the state.
  • Let’s throw in a reference to the message itself inside the component so that we can see whatever message is returned to us from the server.
  • Store and State The store contains the application state, which now consists of the confirmation message.
  • The action type tells the reducers what has happened, for example UPDATE_USERNAME , and the payload would be the confirmation message.
  • Create a new file titled index.js in the actions directory and import axios (to make our HTTP requests) and the action-type we made.

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Useful Features of React.js

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  • The virtual DOM in this case is the data and not the rendered content React.js is able to determine the pieces of data that have actually changed in great detail.
  • It has a data binding and state management feature that makes it an ideal platform for creating dynamic applications.
  • Many web developers will not have this, as speed is key whenever you are creating applications.
  • React.js is currently amongst the best JavaScript UI framework that a lot of web developers are finding useful in many ways.
  • If a certain change is made on the data upstream, the components using that particular data will automatically re-render in order to reflect the changes.

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by
Jake Lawrence
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December 27, 2015


Useful Features of React.js