Application Environment Configuration with webpack — Matt McLaugh

  • /src/config/dev.js to config, you can call import config from ‘config’ throughout your application.
  • ‘s an example of the development webpack config from my front-end-template repo
  • Webpack is very robust, and we can achieve environment configuration with no extra plugins.
  • With the method you don’t have to rely on global variables, you can comment your config files (they’re just javascript) and change the alias location of config for each webpack environment configuration file.
  • When configuring webpack, I prefer to keep separate config files for each environment.

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@mattmclaugh: “I just published “Application Environment Configuration with webpack” #webpack #javascript #reactjs #webdev”


Out of the box, webpack doesn’t come with a clear path to environment configuration (please correct me if I’m wrong) If you want to use a…


Application Environment Configuration with webpack — Matt McLaugh

Radium Grid: A React Grid System Injected With The Power of Radium

Radium Grid: A #ReactJS grid system injected with the power of Radium

  • Radium Grid: A React Grid System Injected With The Power of Radium
  • All cells in the grid are 1/3 wide for all screen sizes.
  • Enter Radium Grid , a powerful, no-fuss grid system component for React.
  • Try Radium Grid Today!
  • Check out Radium Grid on GitHub !

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Radium Grid: A React Grid System Injected With The Power of Radium

Introducing Provider, implements #53 by mweststrate · Pull Request #65 · mobxjs/mobx-react · GitHub

  • mweststrate commented on the diff Jun 21, 2016
  • Mweststrate referenced the pull request Jun 21, 2016
  • + `Provider` is a component that can stores (or other stuff) on React’s context.
  • Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub .
  • mweststrate wants to merge 7 commits into master from provider

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@mweststrate: “Most requested feature: mobx-react Provider + connect mechanism is coming!
#MobX #reactjs”


mobx-react – React bindings for MobX


Introducing Provider, implements #53 by mweststrate · Pull Request #65 · mobxjs/mobx-react · GitHub

Get Ready to Deploy a React.js app — Medium

Get ready to deploy a #ReactJS app:

  • The file will be bundled with the help of webpack , which will also help us to be able to add things like React.js , Scss , Neat , Images etc.
  • Really useful in avoiding race conditions of many kinds (example: your network is slow so your bundle file is loaded faster than some external libraries)
  • As soon as we will make sure that everything works fine we will push our app live to rock on a heroku server.
  • What we are going to do is first to run a Koa server which will serve a static js file.
  • Use `npm install –save` afterwards to install a package and save it as a dependency in the package.json file.

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@ReactiveConf: “Get ready to deploy a #ReactJS app:”


In this article I will show you how to craft a production ready React.js application. And I promise I will try to keep it simple.


Get Ready to Deploy a React.js app — Medium

Do I need Node.js in the backend? – Angularity

Do you need Node.js in the backend?  #ReactJS

  • You can use any frontend library for fetching data – React doesn’t come with one.
  • My site is hosted on a PHP/MySQL backend and I read somewhere that I need to have a Node.js environment in the backend to use these new JavaScript libraries like React and Angular 2.
  • Read on for how to fetch data, deal with routing, and server-side rendering without Node.js.
  • If you want to support server-side rendering (a.k.a. “isomorphic” rendering), whether to increase page load speed or to improve SEO, then React will actually be running on both the server and in the browser: once to render the page server-side, and then again in the browser after it downloads and displays the initial rendering.
  • Server-side rendering is way outside the scope of this post, but even if you do need it, you don’t have to use Node.js in the backend.

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@ReactiveConf: “Do you need Node.js in the backend? #ReactJS”


Can you use React with a PHP, Java, Rails, or other kind of backend?


Do I need Node.js in the backend? – Angularity

Tutorial

Tutorial - Playing Sounds in TypeScript BJBJ6iZV #ReactJS
☞

  • Learn how to create HTML5 and JavaScript games from scratch Step by step tutorials with real HTML5 code examples
  • The easiest way to Learn Web Development Essentials HTML5 and CSS3 and Become a Web Developer by Coding From Scratch,
  • For the tutorial I am using TypeScript to play sounds in the web browser.
  • Learn to play sounds using typescript.
  • Learn by example as we build these projects

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Tutorial

React Higher Order Components in depth — Medium

  • Props Proxy: The HOC manipulates the props being passed to the WrappedComponent W ,
  • We also pass through the props that the HOC receives the name Props Proxy .
  • Parent Components are just React Components that have some children.
  • A Higher Order Component is just a React Component that wraps another one.
  • Parent Components can be used freely in an Elements tree, they are not restricted to once per Component class as HOCs are.

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@dan_abramov: “Deep writeup by @franleplant on higher order components in @reactjs”


AbstractThis post is targeted to advanced users that want to exploit the HOC pattern. If you are new to React you should probably start by reading React’s …


React Higher Order Components in depth — Medium