- React Native looks a lot like React: roughly the same syntax, classes, JSX, state, props… but React Native is a framework, which means you have more features than just rendering in React Native.
- You use classes, ES6, states and the like, with a few notable differences: – – Not much to say here except that Redux, the React developers’ favourite state management library, also works with React Native with absolutely no difference in the way you’ll dev.
- Here’s an example of a small Menu component: – – This article is not about HOCs; just know they allow a greater flexibility around the way you compose your components and you can use them in React Native.
- With React Native you can compose your styles and properties, combine them and then have them applied onto your component.
- As you’ll see, the property initializers feature is popular among React developers for good reason.
- To use it, we must do two things:
With the plugin installed and Babel configured to use it, we’re ready to refactor our React ES6 class components to use this feature.
- In sum, we can use property initializers to make two refactors to our React components:
Continue reading “Fullstack React: Use Property Initializers for Cleaner React Components”
- Are you considering or using React Native in your mobile app?
- Join Facebook’s Developer Advocacy team for a live video ‘Ask Me Anything’ session to talk about what’s new with React Native and related technologies.Specialists from Facebook’s team will be available for 45 minutes startingto answer questions.
- Please use the comments section on the FbStart AMA event page to submit questions in advance!
- Not left behind Angular 1 versions (1.5 and 1.6), steadily adding to one of the most popular frameworks.
- The Angular team at Google has made a few significant changes to the framework in the past year.
- Not only Angular 4, the tentative release schedule up to Angular version 7 has also been released.
- It was then considered a framework for the niche now developers compare this to other established frameworks like Angular or React.
Continue reading “Angular, React, and Vue: What’s Coming in 2017?”