SurviveJS – Kotatsu – Less Boilerplate for Modern JavaScript – Interview with Guillaume Plique

  • The thing is, after HMR started being a thing in the browser, I grew quite fond of it and, as a result, I was infuriated by the time needed to reload node.js scripts such as my express server.
  • SurviveJS – Learn Webpack and React – Interview with Juho Veps�l�inen
  • react-router5 – Routing Alternative for React – Interview with Thomas Roch

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@survivejs: “Interview with @Yomguithereal, the author of Kotatsu (less boilerplate)

#reactjs #webpack”


npm alone has more than three thousand JavaScript boilerplates. Often it’s easier to maintain your…


SurviveJS – Kotatsu – Less Boilerplate for Modern JavaScript – Interview with Guillaume Plique

Generic JS Android API wrapper for React Native

  • Building a dynamically generated JS API using React Native’s bridge is possible (at least for Android).
  • The reflection of the object is returned, together with the objectId reference to the object, so the JS side can eventually call methods on that instance.
  • The method reflection is used to refer to a method with a specific name and typed arguments, which are dynamically matched with JS types.

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@Xebia: “New post: Generic JS Android API wrapper for React Native”


During a React Native project for one of our clients we added some custom Android and iOS libraries to our code and wanted to call a few exposed methods. In such a case, React Native requires you to write a wrapper class to call those public APIs. It was a small boilerplate nuisance and these wrappers would be unnecessary if we made a generic method call bridging API. Also, using such an API wrapper you can call any (obscure) available Android API that is not wrapped yet. Let’s see how far we can get!


Generic JS Android API wrapper for React Native | Xebia Blog

React and Redux best practices

  • If you directly mutate state it will be very difficult to debug and test the state change.
  • Keeping your state minimal is the best React practice.
  • Making state of your component immutable will make your code simple to understand, as the state changes are more explicit and easy to test.

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@nalwayaabhishek: “#Reactjs and #Redux best practices @reactjs”


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React and Redux best practices

What is the difference between JQuery, AngularJS and ReactJS? – Quora

  • Well, there’s a ton of differences, but they do share a main thing.
  • A component can use plain javascript for the interactions inside itself and with other components, but as your app grows you will need to add more tools as you go.
  • AngularJS is a Javascript MVC (Model-View-Controller) Framework used to make and design web apps easily.

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@javaeeeee1: “Question on @Quora: What is the difference between JQuery, AngularJS and ReactJS?”


What is the difference between a boat, a car and an airplane? Well, there’s a ton of differences, but they do share a main thing. They are all transportation methods. What is the difference between JQuery, AngularJS and ReactJS? Well, there’s a ton of differences, but they do share a main thing. They are all javascript frameworks.


What is the difference between JQuery, AngularJS and ReactJS? – Quora

React Native · Issue #119 · yahoo/react-intl · GitHub

  • In the FormattedDate component (date.js) the return {formattedDate}; should be replaced with a createElement function like used in the FormattedMessage component.
  • I’m planning to create a component to abstract out messages like this: https://github.com/ngduc/react-setup/blob/master/src/app/Home/messages.js
  • @gerbenupinion I don’t think using tag prefix makes sense, component is probably better.

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@mOoot: “using react-intl in a #reactnative app is a piece of cake 🙂
#reactjs”


react-intl – Internationalize React apps. This library provides React components and an API to format dates, numbers, and strings, including pluralization and handling translations.


React Native · Issue #119 · yahoo/react-intl · GitHub

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  • We invest time, money and passion to learn by doing – creating products for ourselves and the world.
  • We work as partners with the biggest, smartest brands – from Google to Sky , Ford , Adidas and DeepMind – to create defining digital products, services and businesses.
  • Whether our iconic games Monument Valley and Land’s End , or innovative technical platform Wayfindr , we create products with passion from conception to launch and beyond.

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The Bazaar: Build System Blues

  • “scripts”: { “build”: “NODE_PATH=$NODE_PATH:src NODE_ENV=$npm_package_config_env babel src -s -d build –copy-files –color=always”, “build:all”: “npm run parallel — ‘npm run build’ ‘npm run commons — build'”, “build:prod”: “npm run build –my-package:env=production”, “build:watch”: “npm run build — -w”, },
  • It will run my main build and my commons build concurrently, and fail the command if either build fails.
  • With the approach, as your build grows you can use a variety of different tools and techniques without too much effort adapting to each, because your build process is modular and generic.

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@bkonkle: “The next post in my Bazaar series about rolling your own architecture => Build System Blues -> #reactjs #javascript”


As our tools become more capable & complex, the build process has grown into a primary part of our development workflow – an often tangled & confusing part.


The Bazaar: Build System Blues