The Best React Newsletters

Improve our #reactjs  knowledge with these awesome newsletters

  • Fullstack React is a weekly newsletter about the React ecosystem with an emphasis on useful libraries, tutorials and code.
  • Subscribe to read the best articles each week on React, Flux, GraphQL, Relay, and friends.

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The Best React Newsletters

These are the best #reactjs newsletters you should be subscribed to

  • Fullstack React is a weekly newsletter about the React ecosystem with an emphasis on useful libraries, tutorials and code.
  • Subscribe to read the best articles each week on React, Flux, GraphQL, Relay, and friends.

Must-read React Newsletters You Should Be Subscribed To
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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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The most popular JavaScript links of 2017 – DailyJS – Medium

📦 The most popular JavaScript links of 2017:   #ui #100DaysOfCode…

  • The most popular JavaScript links of 2017As the year draws to a close it’s the perfect time to reflect and look back over the past 12 months to see what projects got people talking and what JavaScript topics got folks clicking.To do this we’ve taken a dive into the JavaScript Weekly…
  • Ten Things A Serious JavaScript Developer Should LearnBen McCormick| Shared in July’s Issue 345One developer’s take on a question asked on Reddit earlier this year — the question attracted plenty of debate over what priorities JS developers should have.benmccormick.orgA Modern JavaScript CheatsheetBeaudru Manuel | Shared in September’s Issue 353This thorough guide explains plenty…
  • This finale, looking at the pros and cons of each, proved highly popular.sitepen.comA Set of Best Practices for JavaScript Projectshive | Shared in July’s Issue 342British design studio Hive collected together guidelines for working on JavaScript projects.
  • With over 10k stars on GitHub, the guide covers documentation, dependencies, testing, code structure and more.github.comAwait and Async Explained with Diagrams and ExamplesNikolay Grozev | Shared in October’s Issue 355This detailed tutorial explains the await/async features in Bias is Holding You Back: It’s Time to Embrace Arrow FunctionsEric Elliott | Shared…
  • When it does so without the new keyword, it’s a factory the f*ck JavaScript?Denys Dovhan | Shared in August’s Issue 346Around 40 examples of ‘quirky’ JavaScript code with unexpected results or outcomes.

As the year draws to a close it’s the perfect time to reflect and look back over the past 12 months to see what projects got people talking and what JavaScript topics got folks clicking. To do this…
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Choosing a frontend framework in 2017 – This Dot Labs – Medium

Choosing a #frontend framework in 2017:  #EmberJS #Meteor #ReactJS #AngularJS

  • Many developers were attracted to Angular.js because it was built by Google which gave Angular.js automatic credibility.At about the same time, Web Components specification promised to make it possible for developers to create reusable widgets that were isolated from their context and were easy to compose with other widgets.The Web Components specification was four separate specifications that worked together.HTML Template — provides HTML markup for the componentCustom Element — provides a mechanism to create a custom HTML elementShadow DOM — isolates the internals of the component from the context that rendered itHTML Import — makes it possible to load the Web Component into a pageA team at Google created a polyfill library that provided Web Components for all browsers at the time.
  • The Ember.js team looked at large Backbone applications to find similarities.They identified the need to render nested views where some parts of the application where consistent while other parts changed from one part of the app to another.They also saw the URL as a key player in the architecture of web applications.
  • Some brave Backbone developers were adding React as views to their applications to fix performance problems that they were encountering.In response to the threat posed by React, the Ember core team created a plan to adopt ideas introduced by React into the Ember framework.
  • They recognized the need for backward compatibility and created an upgrade path that allowed existing applications to upgrade to a version of Ember that included a new React-inspired rendering engine.Over the course of 4 minor releases Ember.js deprecated Views, moved the community to a CLI-based build process and made component-based architecture the foundation of Ember application development.
  • The Angular team calls the new framework a platform because they plan to provide everything that a professional developer needs to build web applications.

There’s been a lot of development in the frontend frameworks ecosystem over the last seven years. We’ve learned a lot about what it takes to build and maintain large applications. We’ve seen many new…
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Decoupled Dev Days 2017: Call for Papers

  • Submit a session for our single track at the inaugural edition of Decoupled Developer Days in New York City!
  • We’re looking for 25- and 50-minute sessions which deal with decoupled Drupal topics.
  • The deadline for all session submissions is ***Tuesday, July 11, 2017 at 11:59pm EST.***

    Suggested topics include best practices in the use of Drupal as a content service, including Drupal web services (e.g. core REST, JSON API, GraphQL, RELAXed), recommended architectures and frameworks (e.g. Contenta), and techniques.

  • Suggested topics also include JavaScript frameworks (e.g. Angular, Ember, React, Vue), ES6, Node.js, universal JavaScript, native application development, and other subjects of interest to Drupal-backed application developers.
  • Other suggested topics include the surrounding decoupled Drupal ecosystem, including SDKs (e.g. Waterwheel), libraries, and client technologies, as well as architectural and business considerations when decoupling Drupal.

Suggested topics include best practices in the use of Drupal as a content service, including Drupal web services (e.g. core REST, JSON API, GraphQL, RELAXed), recommended architectures and frameworks (e.g. Contenta), and techniques.
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What are the reasons for using EmberJs? – Gazar JavaScript Blog – Medium

What are the reasons for using #EmberJS?  #Ember #framework #JavaScript #React #ReactJS

  • EmberJs, What is the feeling when you hear something about emberJs?
  • If you are a front-end developer, it is most likely to use React or Angular2,4!
  • Although, there are still so many doubts about choosing this framework.Did you know these popular websites are using Ember?Apple Music, Yahoo!
  • , LinkedIn, TinderBox, Netflix, GrouponWhat are the differences?Firstly, Ember is a fully opinionated framework, compare to react which is just a library for updating DOM.Secondly, EmberJs has a powerful CLI for creating anything like models and controllers.Thirdly, Facebook has developed React, but, this team is responsible for maintaining Ember.Of course, there are so many technical differences rather than these three points ( You can read more about them here ), however, I just wanted to mention general and bold ones.At the end:Both frameworks are so great in development and there are so many known products written with them.
  • As I see, there are two reasons for selecting React over Ember:You are a developer who wants to have your own structure and opinion for your product.Your company feels better when they hear about Facebook behind ReactJs.Choose React, if you have one of these reasons, otherwise, Ember definitely is a better choice over ReactJs.I have been using React because of the first reason and I think this would be a reason of so many others.What do you think?

What? EmberJs, What is the feeling when you hear something about emberJs? If you are a front-end developer, it is most likely to use React or Angular2,4! or 5? nowadays!
But what is wrong with…
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Why I prefer Ember.js over Angular & React.js

Reasons to prefer #EmberJS over #AngularJS & #ReactJS:

  • Fortunately one month ago I got a chance to work with a client who wanted me to develop his project in Ember.
  • I was not much excited as ember was a known guy to me, but started developing the project as it’s a day to day life for me.
  • But after delivering the project I started thinking of my experiences with these three front-end frameworks and probably today publishing this article out of my emotions.
  • If all the teams of your organization (or even someone outside your organization) are developing ember applications using ember-cli; they will be very familiar to the projects architecture and in no time can start contributing at any project.
  • The developers of Ember’s core team are also developers in their own projects and this is the biggest plus of Ember.

JavaScript, Node.js, mongo, react, angular and many more
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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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Why ReactJS is becoming popular as a Javascript library!

Our new blog throws light on the hot new #javascript  library, #reactjs !

  • While the React’s brothers (Angular, Ember, Backbone) are dubbed as client-side MVC frameworks, this guy is different.
  • Angular is an entire framework while React is just a library.
  • But with React Router (for routing), Relay, GraphQL (for declaring dependencies) and React Native, it clearly outweighs Angular.
  • With React we attain the freedom to choose, which is lacking in Angular.
  • With the release of Angular 2.0, and the news that it is not backward compatible,  React swooped in and stole the hearts and minds of legions of developers with a ‘simple view library’.

Learn about the exciting world of React JS, a simple view library developed for UI designing that ushers in clean code and better modularization in web projects.
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