5 simple steps to quickly start a new VR project – Hacker Noon

  • This will tell git to ignore the node_modules folder and the final bundled javascript file.Step 2: Create a file structureIn project, there will be two main components, a client and a server.
  • Since this project will use webpack to bundle the react code, add another two folders into the client folder, and name them ‘src’ and ‘dist’Step 3: Creating the ServerThis will create a Node/Express server that will serve the client whenever the url is called.Create a file inside the server folder and name it index.js.Inside terminal, type yarn install and press enter.
  • Inside the terminal type: touch webpack.config.js, then add this into the file:var path = require(‘path’);var SRC_DIR = path.join(__dirname, ‘/client/src’);var DIST_DIR = path.join(__dirname, ‘/client/dist’);module.exports = { entry: `${SRC_DIR}/index.jsx`, output: { filename: ‘bundle.js’, path: DIST_DIR }, module : { loaders : [ { test : /\.
  • Go to the terminal and type yarn build and after it’s done, type yarn start .
  • In the terminal, type:yarn add aframe aframe-react add this into index.jsx (this code is copied directly from aframe-react official repo):import React from ‘react’;import ReactDOM from ‘react-dom’;import ‘aframe’;import {Entity, Scene} from ‘aframe-react’;import ‘babel-polyfill’;import App extends React.Component { render () { return ( Scene Entity geometry={{primitive: ‘box’}} material={{color: ‘red’}} position={{x: 0, y: 0, z: -5}}/ Entity particle-system={{preset: ‘snow’}}/ Entity light={{type: ‘point’}}/ Entity gltf-model={{src: ‘virtualcity.gltf’}}/ Entity text={{value: ‘Hello, WebVR!’}}

A-Frame is a great way to get into developing VR, especially for those who come from a Javascript background. For those who dont know what A-Frame is, here is the official description taken directly…
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Chain React 2017: Building stellar user experiences with React Native by Alex Kotliarskyi

  • Building stellar user experiences with React Native by Alex Kotliarskyi

    as React Native developers we take so much pride in how fast it takes us to build something functional on mobile.

  • In this talk Alex, a former React Native team member, will share his insight about building amazing user experiences, and how attention to little design details can fundamentally change the quality of your app.

Building stellar user experiences with React Native by Alex Kotliarskyi as React Native developers we take so much pride in how fast it takes us to build som…
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5 React Development Tips for Beginner – SkyshiDigital – Medium

5 React Development Tips for Beginner  #beginner #react #javascript #reactjs

  • 5 React Development Tips for BeginnerHello there, on this article i will tell you some tips about my experiences on developing web-apps with React.
  • If you wanna keep learning about programming languages, you should understand the Fundamental first.But, React is not a programming language, it’s a library on top of JavaScript.
  • It’s the V of your MVC, so if you came from JavaScript background (Vue, Angular, jQuery or anything) you won’t encounter any big hurdle.So, here’s my tips for anyone who want to learn React:1.
  • It’s simple, because if you are a self-trained programmer, you should use an IDE.
  • It will save you from some typing errors before sinking deeper into StackOverflow.For IDE selection, React are best developed with Atom + nuclide (because Facebook using it) or maybe if you have subscription of WebStorm?

Hello there, on this article i will tell you some tips about my experiences on developing web-apps with React. As a Beginner. For me, learning react is not really easy but not really hard too. FYI i…
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CocoaHeadsBE and mobel present: Let’s talk React (Native)

This Wednesday CocoaHeadsBE and mobel present: Let's talk React (Native)! See you there!

  • iOS Developer/Arch-itect @AppFoundryBE.- Passionate about creating software, the architecture..
  • I’m a Freelance iOS Developer / Co-Founder @WeeTaps.
  • I’m an iOS Developer from the Antwerp region.
  • Making apps and games for iOS.
  • Software developer at Kunstmaan, interesting in all things web related and wanted to learn more…

We are happy to announce our next mobel event in a joint venture with CocoaHeads on September 21, 2016 at Belfius in Brussels.
As we started looking for people who could talk about React, we learned C
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Discover all about React

  • Improve your skills and learn hands-on how to build and improve your react web app.
  • ReactNL brings the best and most passionate React developers together to share their experiences and lessons learned with you at a beautiful venue in Amsterdam.
  • Andrew is a UI Engineer at OpenGov working with JavaScript, React, GraphQL. He created Recompose and co-created Redux.
  • Get inspired and surprised as you learn about large-scale React deployments, functional programming in JS, type systems, next generation JavaScript, React Native and more.
  • Max is an open source developer at Thinkmill where he takes care of KeystoneJS. He’s also the creator of react-boilerplate and co-creator of Carte Blanche.

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@notbrent: “doing a talk&workshop on exponent/react-native: navigation, push notifs, ota update, store deploy, etc. oct12-13”


ReactNL brings the best and most passionate React developers together to share their experiences and lessons learned with you at a beautiful venue in Amsterdam. Get inspired and surprised as you learn about large-scale React deployments, functional programming in JS, type systems, next generation JavaScript, React Native and more.


Discover all about React

React Native London (London, England)

  • Nathan G. added 2 new photos to First React Native London Meetup!
  • Rich RSVPed Yes for First React Native London Meetup!
  • Fabrice RSVPed Yes for First React Native London Meetup!
  • For our first ever React Native London Meetup we’ll have a short talk by Rich Miller one of the contributors to the open-source shared-cycles app KhanCycle:Â https://…
  • Mobile Technology · Mobile Development · JavaScript Frameworks · mobile developers · Mobile App Development · React Native

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@Florianrival: “A new #reactnative meetup is being launched in London!
#reactjs cc @Vjeux @reactjs @tadeuzagallo @kzzzf @dan_abramov”


This group is for anyone interested in React Native, the javascript framework that is taking over mobile development. Whether you’re a veteran RN developer or just interested in this awesome technolog


React Native London (London, England)