Facebook lays out ambitious React.js JavaScript dev plans – ReactJS News

  • Developers should be able to create a single file and run it without setting up anything else, Alpert believes.
  • Developers could end up with basically the same app for all three platforms, sharing 90 percent of the code.
  • Author Brian Posted on May 7, 2016 May 7, 2016 Categories Uncategorized Tags Component , Form , forms

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Facebook lays out ambitious React.js JavaScript dev plans – ReactJS News

Facebook lays out ambitious React.js JavaScript dev plans

  • Developers should be able to create a single file and run it without setting up anything else, Alpert believes.
  • Developers could end up with basically the same app for all three platforms, sharing 90 percent of the code.
  • Right now, React developers have to configure tools like Babel, Npm, and Node.js, Alpert said.

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Facebook details improvements to performance, data management, and developer experience for its UI library


Facebook lays out ambitious React.js JavaScript dev plans | InfoWorld

Why Meteor is the Perfect Backend for React Native — Medium

  • If your app also has a web side to it you can use React with Meteor.
  • curl https://install.meteor.com/ | sh meteor create myapp cd myapp meteor
  • With Meteor 1.3 you can start building your app in a “more professional way”

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@MeteorJSInfo: “Why Meteor is the Perfect Backend for React Native
by @spencer_carli #meteorjs #reactnative #reactjs #webdev”


There’s no such thing as a perfect technology stack. If you’re asking if X stack can handle the same traffic/load as Fac…


Why Meteor is the Perfect Backend for React Native — Medium

Seven reasons why a Rails 5, Redux, React, and React Native stack is fantastic for new startups — Medium

  • The Rails 5, Redux, React, and React Native stack is, in my opinion, THE solid choice for startup founders to consider as they work on spinning up new projects.
  • Back in the day I remember wrestling painfully with various not-well-supported PubSub and WebSockets solutions, but now with ActionCable in Rails 5+ the development process is amazingly easy (seriously, ‘s a quick demo I put together ).
  • The Rails community and React community are both amazing and have published a ton of gems and components to speed up engineering.

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@ReactJsGoodies: “Seven reasons why a Rails 5, Redux, React, and React Native stack is fantastic for new startups”


I was on the phone with a developer friend of mine the other day talking about plans to update a book project of mine to…


Seven reasons why a Rails 5, Redux, React, and React Native stack is fantastic for new startups — Medium

React Stuff You Should Know About – Phoenix ReactJS (Tempe, AZ) – Meetup

  • Start a Meetup Group Start a Meetup Group
  • 7:00: Presentations (see below for information on each presentation)
  • React Cornea – Ivan Montiel

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@jeffnappi: “Phoenix ReactJS Meetup coming up next week hosted by @ClearVoice @phoenixreactjs: come on over :)”


Intro
There's a lot to know about in the React ecosystem! You don't need everything, but depending on your project, you could benefit from some of the tools. And then there are some packages


React Stuff You Should Know About – Phoenix ReactJS (Tempe, AZ) – Meetup

React Native for Web Developers — Medium

  • The native platforms do offer different experiences than a web app though, so depending on what you want to build the web may not cut it, that’s why web developers should know and care about the native platforms.
  • If platform specific components are required, you can either completely separate the components, or if the differences are minimal you can put platform switches inside the components themselves.
  • When the options are discussed there is often a conclusion that the web simply doesn’t cut it on mobile, that native apps always have an edge over a web version, that native apps will always be faster and feel better.

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@MoOx: “React Native for Web Developers”


‘Cause native apps do some things better


React Native for Web Developers — Medium

Getting Started

  • // app.js import React from react ; import { combineReducers, createStore } from redux ; import { Provider } from react-redux ; import { modelReducer, formReducer } from react-redux-form ; import LoginForm from .
  • /> component for mapping controls to form and model changes quickly.
  • Component { render() { return ( < Provider store = { store }> < LoginForm /> ) } } // forms/login-form.js import React from react ; import { connect } from react-redux ; import { Field } from react-redux-form ; class LoginForm extends React .

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@CodeTweeter: “Create forms easily in React with Redux

#reactjs #REDUX @reactjs”


Complete documentation for the React Redux Form library


Getting Started | react-redux-form