Reduce, Reuse, React — JavaScript January

  • Briefly, it takes two arrays: (the string constants ) and (the templated string values that need to be encoded ).
  • It is passed an array of strings, but what I’m calling an array of values, is actually a variable number of arguments.
  • I’m using ES6 “rest” syntax to convert the arguments into an array of values.
  • When we reduce over strings, the zeroth element of the strings array is passed as partialUri and iteration starts with the first element, and so on.
  • It’s a special form of the ES6 template literal that we used above, but it allows us to process it with a function.

A while back while writing a React application that hit a REST endpoint, I wrote a little utility to build a properly encoded Uri path. At the time, I didn’t think much about it. It did the job and I moved on.
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Facebook’s New Open Source Project Helps You Create Apps Easily With React.js

#PHP #Python Facebook’s New Open Source Project Helps You Create Apps Easily With React.js

  • While the tool is open source, the decision to provide no configuration options in the tool might upset some people.
  • By removing configuration needs and cutting down the dependencies, this tool could prove to be useful for experienced as well as novice developers.
  • Short Bytes: To make the app creation process in JavaScript much easier, Facebook has launched a new tool called Create React App.
  • If you are into writing JavaScript-based apps, this tool could be of great use to you.
  • Making things streamlined, the new tool brings you to the world of command line.

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To make the app creation process in JavaScript much easier, Facebook has launched a new tool called Create React App. This tool lets one avoid the tussle of configuring the JavaScript environment and eliminates dependencies.


Facebook’s New Open Source Project Helps You Create Apps Easily With React.js