Ivan Linko’s answer to How good is ReactJS for building e-commerce websites?

  • A common E-commerce website usually comprises a plethora of forms to fill, complex filters, elements, which interact with different APIs, maps, etc.
  • With the help of React you can easily implement all of those features, making it a good option to build highly interactive E-commerce websites.
  • One of the great things about React is that it allows for a rather convenient way of storing and manipulating the state of your app (e.g. filtering through items is a change in the state of the app).
  • What’s more, React comes with a whole bunch of ready-made modules for all occasion, not mentioning that it’s easy to test and scale.
  • We’ve used React in some of our E-commerce projects and it recommended itself as a very mature and versatile technology.

A common E-commerce website usually comprises a plethora of forms to fill, complex filters, elements, which interact with different APIs, maps, etc. With the help of React you can easily implement all of those features, making it a good option to build highly interactive E-commerce websites. One of the great things about React is that it allows for a rather convenient way of storing and manipulating the state of your app (e.g. filtering through items is a change in the state of the app). What’s more, React comes with a whole bunch of ready-made modules for all occasion, not mentioning that it’s easy to test and scale.
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Impressions about VueJs & ReactJS. What people think…

Impressions about #VueJs & ReactJS. What people think... - BootstrapBay  #Coding

  • You already know about Flux/Redux, so here’s what Vue has to offer: – – Last, what continually has me impressed and coming back for more with Vue.js is its outstanding community, the professionalism of Evan and his contributors, its ease of use, and its no-brainer alignment with the Web Components…
  • A few things about Vue got me hooked over React, namely: – – “ I used Angular 1 for a little over a year then switched to React.
  • I’ve taken a look at Vue a couple of times but never really built anything with it, that being said I’ve heard nothing but great things about it and from the looks of it, it is pretty easy to pick up.
  • So I would argue that instead of looking for the easiest/ most powerful/ most popular framework out there it might be more useful to learn something useful to you long-term as a developer (although React also has the most popular thing covered).
  • I actually really wanted to do React, but Vue was just so much more approachable that I couldn’t justify spending the extra time learning React.

VueJS vs. ReactJS – what people think about libraries, frameworks & more. How will you decide which ones are worth spending time over?
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Impressions about VueJs & ReactJS. What people think…

Impressions about #VueJs & ReactJS. What people think... - BootstrapBay  #Coding

  • You already know about Flux/Redux, so here’s what Vue has to offer:

    Last, what continually has me impressed and coming back for more with Vue.js is its outstanding community, the professionalism of Evan and his contributors, its ease of use, and its no-brainer alignment with the Web Components standard.

  • A few things about Vue got me hooked over React, namely:

    “ I used Angular 1 for a little over a year then switched to React.

  • I’ve taken a look at Vue a couple of times but never really built anything with it, that being said I’ve heard nothing but great things about it and from the looks of it, it is pretty easy to pick up.
  • So I would argue that instead of looking for the easiest/ most powerful/ most popular framework out there it might be more useful to learn something useful to you long-term as a developer (although React also has the most popular thing covered).
  • I actually really wanted to do React, but Vue was just so much more approachable that I couldn’t justify spending the extra time learning React.

VueJS vs. ReactJS – what people think about libraries, frameworks & more. How will you decide which ones are worth spending time over?
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Code Release: Out Loud – The Studio

  • I believe we’re doing some very interesting things with our code, from the audio player that learns user preferences based on play patterns to the extremely tight VoiceOver integration.
  • Out Loud’s audio player slowly learns your preferences and rearranges audio selections to match them
  • An audio guide for people who hate museum audio guides
  • Code for Out Loud is open-sourced under the MIT license.
  • Never miss a story from The Studio , when you sign up for Medium.

Over the past few months we’ve been working really hard with The Andy Warhol Museum to create Out Loud, the museum’s new inclusive audio guide, available today as a free download in the Apple App…
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Why Vue 2 beats Angular 2 and React – Jon Paul Miles – Medium

  • For any new web app, I will almost recommend Vue 2 over React or Angular 2.
  • Besides that Angular 2 took me about a week to find my way around instead of React’s 2 days and I’m coming from a strong experience with Angular 1.
  • It took about 2 days to find my way around.
  • Coming from an angular 1 background I felt comfortable with Vue in one afternoon.
  • Never miss a story from Jon Paul Miles , when you sign up for Medium.

We started a contest at my job to see which framework was the best. At first it was going to be Angular 2 vs React, but then a friend mentioned that people who used Vue wished they had known about it…
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A new chapter begins for NotesIn9

A new chapter begins for NotesIn9. Bringing on more #XPages, #ReactJS, #NodeJS and more.

  • My way of thinking when it comes to developing applications has changed drastically.
  • You will be able to use most of this technology not only in your XPages applications, but on other runtimes as well.
  • Yes there’s the server-side component to consider, but to me that’s never really been the issue when it comes to developing awesome applications.
  • Those who follow me on the social channels would’ve noticed that I became somewhat quiet around May this year, just after my Webinar on Optimus XPages: Part 2 .
  • Am I limited to what User Experience I can offer my client in terms of presentation and performance

Announcing a new chapter for NotesIn9.com. 2 new producers and a diverse programming knowledge base.
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React Server

  • When you write your app for react-server, you concentrate on your React components, and react-server takes care of everything else that’s needed to run and deploy real React server-rendered apps.
  • React-server is a framework designed to make universal (née isomorphic) React easier to write, providing standard answers for these questions and more.
  • Once you’re hungry for more, dig into the docs and react-server itself.
  • # install yeoman npm install -g yo # install the react-server generator npm install -g generator-react-server # make a new react-server project in the CURRENT directory yo react-server # compile and run the new app npm run compile npm run start # go to http://localhost:3000
  • Under the hood, react-server is doing a bunch of clever optimizations, many borrowed from the ideas behind Facebook’s Big Pipe , to make sure that your site shows up as quickly as humanly possible for your users.

Blazing fast page load and seamless navigation. Powered by React Server.
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