Mern Stack Crud App Using create-react-app & React Redux Part 1.

Mern Stack Crud App Using create-react-app & React Redux Part 1.

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#Reactjs #Redux

  • js – import express from ‘express’; – import path from ‘path’; – import bodyParser from ‘body-parser’; – import logger from ‘morgan’; – import mongoose from ‘mongoose’; – import bb from ‘express-busboy’;// import routes – import todoRoutes from define our app using express – const app = express();// express-busboy to parse…
  • /h2′); – });// start the server – app.listen(port,() = { – console.log(`App Server Listening at ${port}`); – });The above code sets up a express app, with an /api route points to a Let’s create this express from ‘express’;//import controller file – import * as todoController from get an instance of…
  • get(todoController.getTodo) – default router;Create a controller file todo.server.controller.js in a new folder called controllers to handle the CRUD functionality at the mongoose from ‘mongoose’;//import models – import Todo from const getTodos = (req,res) = { – Todo.find().
  • So create a new directory in the express-server folder called models and then create another file in that called mongoose from ‘mongoose’;var Schema = mongoose.Schema({ – createdAt:{ – type: Date, – default: Date.now – }, – fullName: String, – todoText: String – });export default mongoose.model(‘Todo’, Schema);Even though Node.js supports many…
  • js – import express from ‘express’; – import path from ‘path’; – import bodyParser from ‘body-parser’; – import logger from ‘morgan’; – import mongoose from ‘mongoose’; – import SourceMapSupport from ‘source-map-support’;// import routes – import todoRoutes from define our app using express – const app = express();// “*”); – “Origin,…

The MERN (MongoDB, Express, ReactJs, Node.js) stack is arguably the most popular stack for any web application these days. Our application is a basic crud application tutorial that will help you get…
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Mern Stack Crud App Using create-react-app & React Redux Part 1.

Mern Stack Crud App Using create-react-app & React Redux Part 1.

☞  

#Reactjs #Redux

  • js – import express from ‘express’; – import path from ‘path’; – import bodyParser from ‘body-parser’; – import logger from ‘morgan’; – import mongoose from ‘mongoose’; – import bb from ‘express-busboy’;// import routes – import todoRoutes from define our app using express – const app = express();// express-busboy to parse…
  • /h2′); – });// start the server – app.listen(port,() = { – console.log(`App Server Listening at ${port}`); – });The above code sets up a express app, with an /api route points to a Let’s create this express from ‘express’;//import controller file – import * as todoController from get an instance of…
  • get(todoController.getTodo) – default router;Create a controller file todo.server.controller.js in a new folder called controllers to handle the CRUD functionality at the mongoose from ‘mongoose’;//import models – import Todo from const getTodos = (req,res) = { – Todo.find().
  • So create a new directory in the express-server folder called models and then create another file in that called mongoose from ‘mongoose’;var Schema = mongoose.Schema({ – createdAt:{ – type: Date, – default: Date.now – }, – fullName: String, – todoText: String – });export default mongoose.model(‘Todo’, Schema);Even though Node.js supports many…
  • js – import express from ‘express’; – import path from ‘path’; – import bodyParser from ‘body-parser’; – import logger from ‘morgan’; – import mongoose from ‘mongoose’; – import SourceMapSupport from ‘source-map-support’;// import routes – import todoRoutes from define our app using express – const app = express();// “*”); – “Origin,…

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React.js Efficient Server Rendering – Hacker Noon

  • So the flow is almost similar to this one – Client sending request to get some JSX template pageNode.js server getting main file containing JSX codeRendering it to plain HTML codeSending HTML response to clientUsing HTML markup, then client loading also React.js client side code for adding dynamic logic to…
  • I decided to do React.js as a frontend, but they hat a lot of Python stuff on a backend, I couldn’t rewrite all code just for server side rendering.
  • And I got an idea to build standalone Node.js Server only for React.js JSX template rendering and nothing else, so I can make a proxy request to that server and it will render JSX content for me and will response pure HTML back to Python Django Template.
  • What is that?So using basic principle of proxy requests I just made very simple code for Python – import requests – import json – – – PROXY_RENDER_ADDRESS = ‘http://localhost:3000/’ – – – def get_html(filename, props): – try: – props_str = json.dumps(props) – r = + filename – , data=props_str – ,…
  • So the main advantages that I got – No need to integrate Node.js in backend side, or use crappy JS engines in Python, which are eating a lot of memoryAbility to keep JSX template cache, which give huge load time improvementsScale backend services without scaling base rendering service, so you…

For about a year now I’m developing Web Applications based on React.js, and it was amazing for me to write code that actually scales with JSX components, rather than functions, it’s giving more…
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Mern Stack Crud App Using create-react-app & React Redux Part 1.

Mern Stack Crud App Using create-react-app & React Redux Part 1.

☞  

#Reactjs #Redux

  • js – import express from ‘express’; – import path from ‘path’; – import bodyParser from ‘body-parser’; – import logger from ‘morgan’; – import mongoose from ‘mongoose’; – import bb from ‘express-busboy’;// import routes – import todoRoutes from define our app using express – const app = express();// express-busboy to parse…
  • /h2′); – });// start the server – app.listen(port,() = { – console.log(`App Server Listening at ${port}`); – });The above code sets up a express app, with an /api route points to a Let’s create this express from ‘express’;//import controller file – import * as todoController from get an instance of…
  • get(todoController.getTodo) – default router;Create a controller file todo.server.controller.js in a new folder called controllers to handle the CRUD functionality at the mongoose from ‘mongoose’;//import models – import Todo from const getTodos = (req,res) = { – Todo.find().
  • So create a new directory in the express-server folder called models and then create another file in that called mongoose from ‘mongoose’;var Schema = mongoose.Schema({ – createdAt:{ – type: Date, – default: Date.now – }, – fullName: String, – todoText: String – });export default mongoose.model(‘Todo’, Schema);Even though Node.js supports many…
  • js – import express from ‘express’; – import path from ‘path’; – import bodyParser from ‘body-parser’; – import logger from ‘morgan’; – import mongoose from ‘mongoose’; – import SourceMapSupport from ‘source-map-support’;// import routes – import todoRoutes from define our app using express – const app = express();// “*”); – “Origin,…

The MERN (MongoDB, Express, ReactJs, Node.js) stack is arguably the most popular stack for any web application these days. Our application is a basic crud application tutorial that will help you get…
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Infinite scroll techniques in React – LogRocket

Infinite scroll techniques in #reactjs – LogRocket  #javascript

  • Infinite scrolling technically requires adding a scroll event listener to the window object or a certain div.
  • Implementing from the ground upAs mentioned earlier, infinite scroll is about attaching event listeners to DOM elements while watching for when the scrollbar hits the bottom of the div.
  • Look at the render function of this Component below: – Say you want to load more li items into the ul tag each time the div with the class App gets to the end of the div, how do you tackle this problem?
  • Here is what the final component should look like: – Using an infinite scroll libraryWhile the first method showed how relatively easy it is to implement infinite scroll in React applications, you might not be so content to implement event listeners yourself.
  • Instead, there is hasMoreItems which is used to tell the Infinite scroll component to detach the event listenerAn alteration to the loadMore function, which sets the hasMoreItems state to false once the items his 200ConclusionAnd there you have it, two different methods that allow you to implement infinite scroll in…

In this tutorial, Ogundipe explains two methods of implementing infinite scroll in React
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Design Patterns with React Easy State – DailyJS – Medium

  • Design Patterns with React Easy StateMaking a Beer Finder AppEasy State is a reactive state management library with two functions and two accompanying rules.
  • Easy State re-renders the above BeerNav and BeerList components when appStore.isLoading changes or appStore.beers mutates or changes — respectively.
  • We are still missing a Beer component, which could use some local state to switch between two views.
  • Putting a state store object on the component as a property is a simple way of implementing this.
  • Easy State re-renders the Beer component whenever store.details changes.

Easy State is a minimal, but powerful React state management library. Learn how to design applications with it through an app, which pairs beers with your meals.
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Infinite scroll techniques In React – LogRocket

  • This determines when the scroll has reached the bottom of the div and then performs actions accordingly.In this tutorial, I will explain two methods of implementing infinite scroll in React:The first method describes implementing everything from the ground upThe second method uses an already available infinite scroll library/componentA basic understanding…
  • The items hold the number of items available to be shown as li tags while the loading state will show when the infinite loader is fetching more items.Next, create a function that renders all items:This function loops through the number of items present and create a li tag showing the…
  • Define the ComponentWillMount method:In the method above, a scroll listener was added to the myscroll ref which references the div being targeted.
  • In your application, you probably want to make a fetch or axios call to your server and then change state.But no matter your use case, the concept remains the same.Here is what the final component should look like:Using an infinite scroll libraryWhile the first method showed how relatively easy it is…
  • Instead, there is hasMoreItems which is used to tell the Infinite scroll component to detach the event listenerAn alteration to the loadMore function, which sets the hasMoreItems state to false once the items his 200ConclusionAnd there you have it, two different methods that allow you to implement infinite scroll in…

In this tutorial, Ogundipe explains two methods of implementing infinite scroll in React
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Why Progressive Web Apps Are The Future Of Web Development

  • At its core, a Progressive Web App (PWA) is simply a web application that uses modern web techniques to deliver a native app-like experience to users.
  • These are web applications with progressive enhancement to implement features like caching, background sync, and push notifications.Even though PWAs have been around for more than two years now, the response is quite underwhelming.
  • The best part about PWAs — you get the best user experience possible in slow connectivity as well as no connectivity (yep , you read it right.
  • The cost can get much higher if you plan to develop and maintain separate code bases for different platforms like Android, iOS and the web.Native App features that PWAs can usePush notificationsFull ScreenOffline workingSplash screen is supported giving it a more app like feelPWAs can make use of many more such…
  • However, there are some traditional features that only native apps enjoy as of now.Native App features that PWAs can’t use as of nowNo or highly restrictive access to different hardware sensorsAlarmsPhonebook AccessModfiying System SettingsPWAs are evolving quite fast and we can hope to see these features come to action pretty soon.Two…

Lately, there’s been a lot of buzz around PWAs with many claiming it to be future of web development, especially in terms of mobile devices. At its core, a Progressive Web App (PWA) is simply a web…
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🎉 Adding server-side rendering (SSR) to Create React App 🎉 #reactjs

🎉 Adding server-side rendering (SSR) to Create React App 🎉  #reactjs

  • Create React apps with server-side rendering (SSR) and no build configuration.
  • All you have to do is to replace dependency in your project ( ) with plus provide one more entry point for the server-side application bundle as demonstrated below: – – You can launch the app in development mode by running: – – Then open http://localhost:3000/ to see your app….
  • When you’re ready to deploy to production, create a minified bundle with .
  • For more information refer to Create React App documentation: – – Join our Telegram chat for support and feature requests – https://t.me/reactapp – – Help shape the future of React App SDK by joining our community today, check out the open issues, submit new feature ideas and bug reports, send…

react-app – Create React apps with server-side rendering and no build configuration
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Introducing Postlight’s WordPress + React Starter Kit

Introducing postlight’s WordPress + React starter kit  #ReactJS #Wordpress

  • With some research, configuration, and trial and error, you can have both — but we’d like to save you the work.Meet Postlight’s WordPress + React Starter Kit, a free, zero-to-hero toolkit for engineers and product tinkerers who want to try out headless WordPress on their own computer with minimal effort.This starter kit…
  • From there, you’re ready to start importing data from your own WordPress site, and customizing the backend and frontend for your own needs.Postlight has shipped several headless WordPress projects with a React frontend for our clients in the past year or so, and we got tired of repeating the initial…
  • We use it internally to start new WordPress projects, and we made it generic enough for you to do the same.The Business Case: Why Headless WordPress?In our work with various clients, we’ve seen several scenarios, business reasons, and product requirements that make a WordPress backend with a React frontend make…
  • Your site or app needs to talk to several APIs, your WordPress content being just one of them, and it’s way easier to do that with a JavaScript frontend.You’re ready to migrate your site from WordPress to a new decoupled CMS, but want to do so piecemeal — first the frontend, and…
  • Headless WordPress does require you have some WordPress/PHP skills on your engineering team, but you can isolate that work to backend developers, and free up your frontend talent to work oblivious to WordPress’ inner workings, only aware of how to query the WP API.The Technical Details: How To Do Headless…

People who publish on the web love WordPress. Engineers love React. With some research, configuration, and trial and error, you can have both — but we’d like to save you the work. Meet Postlight’s…
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