Clean React Toggle @CodePen @greensock @reactjs #svg #animation #ui #minimal

Clean React Toggle @CodePen  @greensock @reactjs #svg #animation #ui #minimal

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Learning Redux-Saga #javascript #reactjs #redux #redux-saga

Learning Redux-Saga  #javascript #reactjs #redux #redux-saga

  • Redux-saga is a Redux middleware to handle side effects, mainly the asynchronous actions which change the state.
  • A saga is a generator function that can run asynchronous actions indefinitely like a thread in the application.
  • On the other hand, Redux-saga uses the generators which can pause, resume, and interact with the asynchronous actions by using generators.
  • Each of the following functions will return a saga effect which is an object containing instructions of what/how the action should be executed by the saga middleware.
  • takeEvery – – Resolve the effect with the result of each time that the action is received.

Redux-saga is a Redux middleware to handle side effects, mainly the asynchronous actions which change the state. A saga is a generator function that can run asynchronous actions indefinitely like a thread in the application.
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Learning Redux-Saga #javascript #reactjs #redux #redux-saga

Learning Redux-Saga  #javascript #reactjs #redux #redux-saga

  • Redux-saga is a Redux middleware to handle side effects, mainly the asynchronous actions which change the state.
  • A saga is a generator function that can run asynchronous actions indefinitely like a thread in the application.
  • On the other hand, Redux-saga uses the generators which can pause, resume, and interact with the asynchronous actions by using generators.
  • Each of the following functions will return a saga effect which is an object containing instructions of what/how the action should be executed by the saga middleware.
  • takeEvery – – Resolve the effect with the result of each time that the action is received.

Redux-saga is a Redux middleware to handle side effects, mainly the asynchronous actions which change the state. A saga is a generator function that can run asynchronous actions indefinitely like a thread in the application.
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Vue.js, React Native, Node.js and JS Testing – Bulgaria Web Summit 2018 – Medium

  • Talk by Kaloyan Kosev: React Native App — Expectations vs Reality.superKaloI had a chance to be part of a team that started developing a decent size React Native mobile app from scratch.
  • As a developer with a solid React background, I had some expectations at first.
  • During my initial research, everything sounded terrific: performance stats, ease of development, learn-once-use-everywhere, debugging tools, etc.
  • But is everything terrific really?I’m excited to share my journey about how my expectations met the reality.
  • I’ll also try to address the most popular misconceptions about React Native, which front-end developers usually have before they have the chance to actually built something.

As the applications we write tests against grow more complex we might stumble into testing errors stemming from asynchronous and time-dependent behaviour. This talk will characterize several…
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Understanding higher-order components

  • Why use HOC: Promote reuse of logic across React components.
  • How to use HOC: The core structure of a HOC is a function that takes a component and returns a new component.
  • HOC are pure functions with no side-effects because the component passed in, is wrapped in a new component.
  • The HOC looks like this: – – State now has a property to inject data from the API fetch into the wrapped component via the prop.
  • React Redux connect has a different function signature of a function returning a function which accepts one argument (ie, ‘component’) to create a HOC.

Understand why and how to use higher-order components with React JS

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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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Using Electrode to Improve React Server Side Render Performance By Up To 70%

  • js application platform that powers walmart.com with several goals in mind, including ease of use, re-usability of components across applications and, most importantly, performance.We use server side rendering for almost all of our applications for two reasons:Improved performance for the customerBetter for SEOIn our tests, however, we found that React’s renderToString() takes quite a while to execute — and since renderToString() is synchronous, the server is blocked while it runs.
  • Every server side render executes renderToString() to build the HTML that the application server will be sending to the browser.To solve this problem, we created two Electrode modules: Above the Fold Render (ATF) and Server Side Render Profiling and Caching (SSR Caching).
  • The average renderToString()call with this configuration took 153.80 ms.Electrode default, though, Electrode comes with renderWithIds:false, which gives us a renderToString() time of 124.80 ms. Not bad — Electrode’s default configuration has already improved render time by 19%!
  • That drops our renderToString() time all the way to 36.56 ms — an astounding 71% improvement from the default Electrode configuration, and a 76% improvement from our original, unoptimized test.
  • That means a 70% improvement won’t mean 90 ms, but 180 ms saved.Special Thanks:To Arunesh Joshi, Dmitry Yesin, and the home page team who have implemented the Electrode modules and are using them on the home page in production.To Caoyang Shi, for helping to gather data and ensuring we’re getting the right numbers!More Information:Check out Joel Chen’s post on ReactJS SSR Profiling and Caching or Arpan Nanavati’s post on Building React.js at Enterprise Scale.Check out my post about the release of Electrode, the customer-facing platform that powers Walmart.com.The Electrode website: www.electrode.io

We built Electrode, the react/node.js application platform that powers walmart.com with several goals in mind, including ease of use, re-usability of components across applications and, most…
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Reactjs Development Services India

#ReactJS has proven to be one of best #Javascript front-end library

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  • ReactJS has proven to be one of the best frameworks out there and that is visible by the adaptability of the same by world famous companies.
  • It gives a near perfect experience for the client as well as the developer and ensures that interfaces built on it are not only great in performance but are also visually appealing.
  • Techuz has provided reactjs web development services to various clients all of which have been amazed by the technology.

Hire dedicated reactjs developer from top reactjs web & mobile application development company India Techuz. we have expert reactjs team for innovative solutions.
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Embracing React – EndGame Blog

Embracing React  #ui #react #software #reactjs #cloud #reactjs

  • This allows the UI (which is a huge cost in any build) to be re-useable — a huge business benefit when building cloud software.We had been using Backbone as our main UI framework and had found that too much logic hid itself inside our models.
  • There was no clear delineation between where the model ended and the logic began.Beautiful design can be implemented in any framework (or without one at all!)
  • This is due to the main logic being removed from the grid itself and only the common state changes, such as a loading state, remaining triggered by the main logic.In 2015 we were starting a few new projects from scratch, so we decided to use React as the framework for the UI.
  • The solution was to build these common components to be re-usable from the ground up — so they could be dropped into any app seamlessly.One component we’ve used multiple times is a card dashboard (shown above) — where we separate bite-size information chunks into cards that can then expand into a larger picture.
  • React has been an ideal framework for developing these cards as separate modules that have no dependencies on other cards or the underlying dashboard layout.Another useful outcome of React is that our designer is able to communicate in components as building blocks.

React is a JavaScript library for building UI and it promises many things. But the main one that appealed to us was the idea that state and logic could be easily removed from the UI code and placed…
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Using Native Modules in React Native and Building an App from Scratch

Next stop on the #ReactNative Cookbook book tour, React Native Boston Meetup!

  • How about if we have an existing native app that we want to seamlessly integrate React Native into?
  • This talk will cover how we can use JavaScript and a little bit of native code to unlock the hidden power of React Native.
  • Stan has specialized in JavaScript framework development for over five years and recently co-authored the “React Native Cookbook” (Packt Press) released in December 2016.
  • While we won’t be able to cover building the entire app during the talk, you should leave with a better understanding on how to get started, how to think about and build components and screens, or simply an appreciation for how React Native enables us to build great mobile apps.
  • Chris is a Founding Partner at Echobind, a web and mobile agency specializing Ember, React Native, Rails and Elixir/Phoenix.

*NOTE: Different venue this month!*
This month, we have talks by Stan Bershadskiy from Modus Create and Chris Ball from Echobind!
Integrating native functionality with React Native
React Native enable
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