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Why React is winning and how you can win with it? – Shival Gupta

  • Angular is still the reigning champion of front end frameworks, but React is the most loved.
  • Angular maybe in King’s Landing for now, but React is king in the north.
  • And React has a steep learning curve.
  • With React Native spearheading the war on the mobile apps front (and performing awesomely), it is worth it to investigate React in your freetime and make the decision yourself.
  • I’ll write more on learning and working with React if this post crosses 5 comments.

React.js is the king in the north.  Angular is still the reigning champion of front end frameworks, but React is the most loved. And there are particular reasons to it. I made the jump from using Angular 1.x to Angular 2 earlier this year and then to React. The experience and developer productivity that I…
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It’s Real! – codingirl – Medium

It’s Real!  #react #reactnative #reactjs #reactjs

  • Thanks to Stephen Grider’s Udemy courses “The Complete React native and Redux Course”, I am finally getting the hang of the idea’s and syntax behind React.8/4: I used CRNA (Create React Native) via Expo XDE.
  • My code editor of choice is Atom, with a Nuclide packager, and a linter called ESLint, which gives me a little nudge when I make careless syntax mistakes.Today I spent my time editing the App.js file, which is the main JS file holding the “meat” of the app.
  • Expo does that for me :)I also edited a header.js file.
  • I created an ‘src’ folder, which will hold all of the JS files I will be creating and editing.
  • The src folder also holds a ‘components’ folder, which has JS files holding the code for certain components.ComponentsOnly 1 component per file!Component nesting: Pretty self explanatory… 1 component inside anotherProps (Properties)Make components reusable throughout the appData it holds is easily flexibleFlexboxWay to position elementsjustifyContent = Up/down positioning→ flex-end = bottom→ flex-start = topalignItems = Left/right positioning→ flex-start = left→ center = center→ flex-end = rightMisc.Self closing JSX syntax = Name /NPM module = import name easily (all paths are unique)Self-made module = write path of moduleApp = root (parent) // Header = child component under the parentBelow is the file structure:

The birth of “THE APP” (Official name TBD) . After over five failed attempts, either through setup because of mistakes either from downloading libraries or misplacing directories… it is finally here…
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