Learn how to code with ReactJS for less than $40

Learn how to code with ReactJS for less than $40

  • Whether you’re building the next million dollar app or social media platform from scratch, adding personal touches to your blog, or troubleshooting an everyday tech problem, it’s useful in just about every industry.
  • Fast, easy, and scalable, React is a JavaScript library that can be easily used to build user interfaces on both standalone pages and mobile apps — and is often used for apps that have constantly changing data (e.g., Facebook).
  • With eight courses and over 40 hours of content, this bundle of online classes is designed to teach you the nuts and bolts of writing apps with React.
  • You’ll learn the foundations of using ReactJS from scratch as well as how to use it in conjunction with other platforms like Redux, Flux, and React Native.
  • This bundle welcomes beginners and experts alike, so it’s perfectly fine to brush up on your coding skills or be a total noob and ask tons of questions.

With eight courses and over 40 hours of content, this bundle is designed to teach you the nuts and bolts of writing apps with React.
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Implementing an Infinite Scroll with Vue.js ← Alligator.io

Implementing an Infinite Scroll with Vue.js  #UI #reactjs #javascript #react

  • For this post, we’ll go without a plugin or package and we’re going to be writing a simple JavaScript function that fetches a new set of data when scrolled to the bottom of the browser window.
  • Before we start integrating the infinite scroll, let’s fetch and set some initial data on page load: – – It’s worth noting that it’s not recommended to make five services calls on load.
  • We’ll make use of the document object’s , properties and of window’s properties to determine if scroll as at the bottom: – – Inside this condition, let’s add a service method with Axios to fetch another random user from the Random User API.
  • This function makes a service call and adds a new random “user” to the array only when the user scrolls to the bottom of the page.
  • With each scroll to the bottom of the page, we fetch new data with Axios then push that data to an array.

Learn how to implement a simple infinite scroll for your Vue apps using nothing but some vanilla JavaScript and a simple Random User API.
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For #reactjs enthusiasts, I found this pretty cool! #programming #javascript

For #reactjs enthusiasts, I found this pretty cool!

#programming #javascript

  • My love for streaming entertainment dates back to the early days of RealPlayer and the misery of a million codecs.
  • That lead me to think:  is there a good open source component for embedding videos from popular video providers?
  • Let’s check out ReactPlayer, a very simple but useful streaming video player component for ReactJS!
  • Using the ReactPlayer component is really simple: – – ReactPlayer provides a number of options for both general and service-specific playback, also providing a number of event callbacks and even multi-source playback options.
  • ReactPlayer is an awesome utility for embedding popular media sources in your own site.

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ReactJS and React Native similarities and differences

#ReactJS and #ReactNative similarities and differences - give our #article a read!

  • ReactJS and React Native similarities and differencesReactJS is a JavaScript library created by Facebook to tackle the User Interface needs for high performance and dynamic.
  • Start-up – Contrary to ReactJS, where the developer has to choose a bundler while trying to pick which of the bundling modules will be best for the project, React Native delivers everything needed.
  • Instead, delivers components working similarly and most of them can be translated into their equivalents in HTML, e.g. View to div and Text to something like a mixup of span and p. Due to this, the libraries used with ReactJS cannot be used in the React Native framework.
  • Summary – Both ReactJS and React Native are great for fast complex UI building and transitioning from the former to the latter isn’t hard for those who enjoy learning new JavaScript frameworks.
  • What should be remembered is: – React Native is a framework while ReactJS is a JavaScript libraryReact Native doesn’t use HTMLReactJS gives all the advantages of React NativeReactJS and React Native both follow component-based architectureYou can write native mobile components in React Native to give off the feeling of a…

ReactJS is a JavaScript library created by Facebook to tackle the User Interface needs for high performance and dynamic. The JavaScript library was released in 2011 bringing a fresh outlook on…
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Flutter should have been a predecessor to React Native.

#Flutter should have been a predecessor to #React Native.

  • Flutter should have been a predecessor to React Native.Why I think Google should have launched Flutter, a couple years ago.There has been much activity in “Building apps for multiple platforms, using a single code base” camp, in recent years.
  • Apple, as we know it, would not have come forward, anyway, under any circumstance, to give developers a framework like React Native or Flutter but Google could have!
  • It should have always been like, mobile platforms, act more like web browsers, where they provide us, developers, with a standardized set of APIs, which we can use to write native cross platform apps.
  • Facebook, being the company, which has heavy apps, used by billions of people across the globe, faced a problem of maintaining two separate code bases and came up with a solution in the form of React Native.
  • Google owns Android, so in my opinion it was better positioned as compared to Facebook to launch a native cross-platform framework, as it could have easily hooked into its operating system.

There has been much activity in “Building apps for multiple platforms, using a single code base” camp, in recent years. Facebook is getting all the love from the developer community and a large…
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Give React Native a(nother) try + ReactNative Navigation

  • React Native is no different from other – – tools in this regard, so I want to present a few reasons why you might want to give – – React Native a(nother) try now, just over two and a half years since its initial release.
  • # Native Navigation with React Navigation – – – – You start using React Native.
  • You can either use a library that wraps the native navigation APIs for the platform or a re-implementation of those APIs using the same React Native primitives (View, Text, Animated, etc) that you use throughout your app.
  • React Navigation (https://reactnavigation.org/) is a “JavaScript-based” navigation solution and React Native Navigation is a “native” navigation library.
  • I lead the React Navigation along with the creator of the project, Eric Vicenti.

Brent Vatne (expo.io, ReactNative) and Eric Vicenti (ReactNative @Facebook) are in town delivering training…# Reasons to give React Native a(nother) tryWhen a highly hyped new tool is released, many
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Big changes afoot in the React/Redux ecosystem

  • If you’re using React and / or Redux, you should be aware of two major changes coming soon in each of those libraries.
  • In addition to the upcoming change in Redux, React has seen some major changes as well.
  • First, the new Context API was proposed and landed, the first major change using React’s new RFC process.
  • Once it comes out from behind that flag, you’ll be able to use Context in your applications, knowing that this is a stable API you can rely on.
  • The reason for this major change is they’ve found these lifecycle methods could be potentially unsafe in an async world, so they’re suggesting moving most of the logic previously implemented in the methods to either or the method itself.

First, Redux just released v4.0.0-beta.1. There doesn’t appear to be any major changes breaking changes unless you were using some of the types Redux is no longer exporting. There are also some additional checks and errors around dispatching too early in middleware, so it should solve a common pitfall when setting up middleware. It’s a problem I’ve experienced a few times when using brookjs and it’s why we recommend dispatching an INIT action after the application is bootstrapped.
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Best Practice: How I structure my React/ Redux projects

  • But when developing larger projects one have to think about a good structure of components and code artifacts.
  • When it comes to sharing components and (redux-)logic between several project a good composition is keen.
  • The initial project structure created by React Create App looks as follows: – – When you start introducing Redux you also need places for the typical redux artifacts: the store, reducers, epics and actions.
  • contains the reducers which may change the store’s state based on the actions of this component: { } ; { } ; ({ value , output Enter your name and press submit! })
  • For this reason my components always also include a set of actions, epics and reducers: – – includes a plain react component which is wrapped by within : – – These component redux structures may also be with multiple levels, just like the usual ones mentioned above.

When developing frontends I personally love to work with React and Redux due to its functional paradigms: You can easily develop, compose and test web components – Wondeful. But when developing larger projects one have to think about a good structure of components and code artifacts. When it comes to sharing components and (redux-)logic between several project a good composition is keen.
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We built our entire startup on React Native and this is what we found out

We built our entire startup on #ReactNative and this is what we found out:  #developer

  • However with the Android market share being pretty high, we had to make sure our app worked on both Android and iOS.
  • We wanted the iOS app to look and feel native.That’s where React Native came into the picture.
  • Could React Native pull this off and still look native?A few months down the line, with our iOS and Android app on the respective stores, I can tell you the journey was nothing but spectacular.
  • But hey, if we could go from an iOS app to fully functional Android app in 2 days, can it really get any better?Honestly I have never written an app for iOS on objective C that didn’t crash during beta testing a few times.
  • And to my amazement, our React Native app on iOS is yet to crash even once during production run.

At Genie! we like to spend most of our time giving our users the best experience to send and receive gifts. However I only had expertise writing apps for iOS and not Android. When we first decided to…
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Getting Started With React Programming

Getting Started With #ReactProgramming by @KumarPraveen179 cc @CsharpCorner  #Reactjs

  • You should know the basic concepts of JavaScript like – – – Basically, it is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces.
  • We can say that it’s a new type of JS library, offering a new approach to build/update a View.
  • It creates a virtual DOM to track the changes when the application state is updated and uses the virtual DOM to update only those parts of a page which have been changed.
  • It was first deployed on Facebook’s Newsfeed in 2011 and after that, on – – Where To Use React – – As we discussed above, it’s a JavaScript library so, it is possible to use React everywhere where JavaScript code can be executed.
  • In the upcoming article, I will explain more about virtual DOM using programming example along with the graphical view.

React is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. It is developed by Facebook to facilitate the building with the interactive, stateful and reusable UI components.
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