Using Bootstrap 4 with React • techiediaries

  • Bootstrap 4 is the most popular CSS framework for building responsive layouts with many new features such as the support for Flexbox and a new Card component.
  • Bootstrap 4 depends on both jQuery and Popper.js but using jQuery with React is not recommended since jQuery uses direct DOM manipulation.
  • If you need to add to add Bootstrap 4 styling to your React app the community has created some packages for making it possibly to use Bootstrap 4 without jQuery but still be able to use the complete features and components of BS 4.
  • In this tutorial we’ll see how to use Reactstrap – – So head back to your terminal and navigate inside your React project the run the following command to install bootstrap and reactstrap – – We need to install bootstrap because reactstrap requires the Bootstrap 4 CSS files – -…
  • Open then add the following example: – – If are unable to import the Bootstrap CSS file inside your React app you can check this StackOverflow solution

In this tutorial we’ll see how to integrate Bootstrap 4 with a React application without using jQuery
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How to write a HOC (in 3 easy steps).

Simplest definition of HOC in #reactjs  #javascript #hoc #highordercomponent

  • If you find yourself doing this a lot, you should look for ways to reuse code and solutions that are similar.
  • When it mounts, it fires an xhr request to fetch a user’s details, and then displays them: – – Let’s design another similar component for fetching and displaying a list of tweets.
  • This one will do the same thing: when it mounts, it fires an xhr request to fetch some tweets, and then displays them: – – These two components are very similar; they fetch some data, and then display it, showing a ‘loading’ view while the request is loading.
  • Let’s take the common elements, and put them into a function: – – Now that we have the similar code in a function, let’s make the different code (the url and view) parameters of that function: – – (Notice how we pass the data down to the view).
  • Now, let’s re-implement our two components using this shiny new HOC: – – We’ve cut out a ton of our code duplication, making our solutions simpler and easier to manage.

Learn how to write a Higher Order Component for React in 3 easy steps.
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