The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap – codeburst

The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap:  by @BrandonMorelli #JavaScript #WebDev #ReactJS

  • The 2018 Web Developer RoadmapAn illustrated guide to becoming a Frontend or Backend Developer with links to courses – Want to learn to code?
  • This awesome illustrated guide to becoming a web developer was created by Kamranahmedse and posted to GitHub under the CC BY 4.0 License.
  • Web Developer in 2018Here’s where you’ll start.
  • Now that you’ve taken the first bootcamp and know how to build full stack web applications, it’s time to take your learning a little deeper.
  • The Advanced Web Development Bootcamp introduces complex technologies, frameworks, and tools you can use to build beautiful, responsive, web applications.

Want to learn to code? There is no better time to start than right now. Below is an illustrated roadmap focussed on how to become a developer in 2018. Don’t let these illustrations scare you. You by…
Continue reading “The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap – codeburst”

Continuous Integration for React Native

#Continuousintegration & #reactnative. Match made in heaven!

  • This guide is for you if… – – We will show you how to setup Continuous Integration for React Native builds in just a few clicks using Nevercode.
  • When the scanning completes you’ll be presented with three options: – – The Project selection here means a directory in your repository where your React Native configuration file is stored.
  • Nevercode installs the dependencies listed out in your project’s file automatically using Yarn package manager right after your repository is cloned for building.
  • Signing React Native applications in Nevercode is done just like it is with native Android and iOS applications.
  • With support for React Native, iOS, Android, Cordova and Ionic, Nevercode is truly a mobile developer’s choice to release defect-free mobile apps faster.

One tool to build them all
Continue reading “Continuous Integration for React Native”

The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap – codeburst

The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap:  by @BrandonMorelli #JavaScript #WebDev #ReactJS

  • The 2018 Web Developer RoadmapAn illustrated guide to becoming a Frontend or Backend Developer with links to courses – Want to learn to code?
  • This awesome illustrated guide to becoming a web developer was created by Kamranahmedse and posted to GitHub under the CC BY 4.0 License.
  • Web Developer in 2018Here’s where you’ll start.
  • Now that you’ve taken the first bootcamp and know how to build full stack web applications, it’s time to take your learning a little deeper.
  • The Advanced Web Development Bootcamp introduces complex technologies, frameworks, and tools you can use to build beautiful, responsive, web applications.

Want to learn to code? There is no better time to start than right now. Below is an illustrated roadmap focussed on how to become a developer in 2018. Don’t let these illustrations scare you. You by…
Continue reading “The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap – codeburst”

Continuous Integration for React Native

#Continuousintegration for #ReactNative - match made in heaven! 🛠📱

  • This guide is for you if… – – We will show you how to setup Continuous Integration for React Native builds in just a few clicks using Nevercode.
  • When the scanning completes you’ll be presented with three options: – – The Project selection here means a directory in your repository where your React Native configuration file is stored.
  • Nevercode installs the dependencies listed out in your project’s file automatically using Yarn package manager right after your repository is cloned for building.
  • Signing React Native applications in Nevercode is done just like it is with native Android and iOS applications.
  • With support for React Native, iOS, Android, Cordova and Ionic, Nevercode is truly a mobile developer’s choice to release defect-free mobile apps faster.

One tool to build them all
Continue reading “Continuous Integration for React Native”

The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap – codeburst

  • The 2018 Web Developer RoadmapAn illustrated guide to becoming a Frontend or Backend Developer with links to coursesWant to learn to code?
  • Instead, use these maps as a starting point to help guide your learning as you go.This awesome illustrated guide to becoming a web developer was created by Kamranahmedse and posted to GitHub under the CC BY 4.0 License.
  • Below the map are additional resources to aide your learning.You need to learn the basics and build a solid foundation of web development principles.
  • There are many ways to do this, but in my opinion, The Web Development Bootcamp is the best and easiest way.Now that you’ve taken the first bootcamp and know how to build full stack web applications, it’s time to take your learning a little deeper.
  • The Advanced Web Development Bootcamp introduces complex technologies, frameworks, and tools you can use to build beautiful, responsive, web applications.

Want to learn to code? There is no better time to start than right now. Below is an illustrated roadmap focussed on how to become a developer in 2018. Don’t let these illustrations scare you. You by…
Continue reading “The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap – codeburst”

The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap – codeburst

The 2018 Web #Developer Roadmap:  by @BrandonMorelli #JavaScript #ReactJS

  • The 2018 Web Developer RoadmapAn illustrated guide to becoming a Frontend or Backend Developer with links to coursesWant to learn to code?
  • Instead, use these maps as a starting point to help guide your learning as you go.This awesome illustrated guide to becoming a web developer was created by Kamranahmedse and posted to GitHub under the CC BY 4.0 License.
  • Below the map are additional resources to aide your learning.You need to learn the basics and build a solid foundation of web development principles.
  • There are many ways to do this, but in my opinion, The Web Development Bootcamp is the best and easiest way.Now that you’ve taken the first bootcamp and know how to build full stack web applications, it’s time to take your learning a little deeper.
  • The Advanced Web Development Bootcamp introduces complex technologies, frameworks, and tools you can use to build beautiful, responsive, web applications.

Want to learn to code? There is no better time to start than right now. Below is an illustrated roadmap focussed on how to become a developer in 2018. Don’t let these illustrations scare you. You by…
Continue reading “The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap – codeburst”

Learning React.js: Getting Started and Concepts ― Scotch

  • — React Code Goes Here — – – /script – /body – /html – In React, components mount to an element, so in this example we can use the div myDiv as it’s parent container.
  • These attributes are available in our component as this.props and can be used in our render method to render dynamic data: – var MyComponent = React.createClass({ – render: function(){ – return ( – h1Hello, {this.props.name}!
  • Below, see how we can set our component’s state: – var MyComponent = React.createClass({ – getInitialState: function(){ – return { – count: 5 – } – }, – render: function(){ – return ( – h1{this.state.count}/h1 – ) – } – }); – – Events – React also has a built…
  • Lets make our count increment below using events: – /** @jsx React.DOM */ – – var Counter = React.createClass({ – incrementCount: function(){ – this.setState({ – count: this.state.count + 1 – }); – }, – getInitialState: function(){ – return { – count: 0 – } – }, – render: function(){ -…
  • == -1; – }); – this.setState({items: updatedList}); – }, – getInitialState: function(){ – return { – initialItems: [ – “Apples”, – “Broccoli”, – “Chicken”, – “Duck”, – “Eggs”, – “Fish”, – “Granola”, – “Hash Browns” – ], – items: [] – } – }, – componentWillMount: function(){ – this.setState({items: this.state.initialItems})…

Today we are going to kick off the first installment in a new series of tutorials, Learning React, that will focus on becoming proficient and effective with Facebook’s React library. Before we start building anything meaningful, its important that we cover some base concepts first, so lets get this party started.
Continue reading “Learning React.js: Getting Started and Concepts ― Scotch”

Passing Functions to Components

  • Pass event handlers and other functions as props to child components: – – If you need to have access to the parent component in the handler, you also need to bind the function to the component instance (see below).
  • There are several ways to make sure functions have access to component attributes like and , depending on which syntax and build steps you are using.
  • In JavaScript, these two code snippets are not equivalent: – – Binding methods helps ensure that the second snippet works the same way as the first one.
  • Make sure you aren’t calling the function when you pass it to the component: – – Instead, pass the function itself (without parens): – – You can use an arrow function to wrap around an event handler and pass parameters: – – This is equivalent to calling : – -…
  • is a way of queuing a function to be executed in the browser at the optimal time for rendering performance.

If you need to have access to the parent component in the handler, you also need to bind the function to the component instance (see below).
Continue reading “Passing Functions to Components”

Expo SDK 21.0.0 is now available – Exposition

  • We do recommend updating sooner rather than later — see this commit from our template projects for an example of how to update.When developing, using the new API lets us show an error screen if an error is hit during the first render of your app, instead of hanging or restarting:Note that…
  • This should make it significantly easier to tell the difference between an error loading your app and a slow network connection.If you are experiencing slow loading times when developing your app, check to see if you have the “tunnel” mode enabled in XDE/exp and try using LAN connections if your…
  • There is an example in the Native Component List, and Brent has also published a couple of example projects using the new API:We do have a documentation page for this API, although for the time being it just points to the GitHub repository.Google AdMobSDK 21 now supports displaying ads through…
  • To help your App Review process go more smoothly, we’ve decided to remove the Stripe SDK and experimental Payments API from apps built with the Expo standalone builder.
  • This was a problem with a dependency we used for detecting the machine IP address, and has been fixed.Upgrading Your AppHere’s how to upgrade your app to Expo SDK 21.0.0 from 20.0.0:Close XDE or your exp CLI serverIn app.json, change sdkVersion to “21.0.0”In package.json, change these dependencies:- react-native to expo to…

I am happy to announce the release of Expo SDK 21.0.0! It is based on React Native 0.48 “August”. Our previous SDK, 20.0.0, is based on React Native 0.47 “July”. AppLoading has been extended with new…
Continue reading “Expo SDK 21.0.0 is now available – Exposition”