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  • React Native for Mobile Developers provides a through introduction to hybrid mobile app development using the wildly popular React Native framework.
  • In **less than 2.5 hours, **you will have the necessary skills to understand and write native hybrid mobile apps with React Native.
  • Although you still write JavaScript with React Native, the components you define will end up rendering as native platform widgets.
  • Work with production-level code in chapter 2 and understand how professionals in the industry are using React Native to build hybrid mobile apps.
  • Students acquire skills rapidly through a deep-dive in the world of React Native and JavaScript ES6 development.

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Symfony with React.js frontend Integration

  • Let’s start by installing Symfony
  • Now that we have a symfony installation, let’s begin with the part of react.js integration
  • Eveytime you access to “/” our “/{slug}” it will used react-router, the “/api/{slug}” it will use Symfony
  • I’ll add some demonstration code, that will allow you to see this example in action
  • Now that we have a npm project at the root of our Symfony installation, lets install the needed packages

Symfony with React.js frontend Integration – The Internet brave new World
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Create React-Native Apps with CoffeeScript

“Create React-Native Apps with CoffeeScript”  #javascript #Mobileapps

  • I installed cjsx and compiled my code again: ( see the compiled result )
  • cjsx supports the same options as the CoffeeScript compiler.
  • The plain CoffeeScript compiler can’t understand JSX, but cjsx can help !
  • To avoid calling the command on every code change just add the -w option and it watches for file changes.
  • React = require “react-native” { AppRegistry, Text, StyleSheet } = React Application = React.createClass render: -> React.createElement Text, style: styles.heading, “Hello World” styles = StyleSheet.create heading: fontSize: 42 textAlign: ‘center’ marginTop: 50 AppRegistry.registerComponent “Example”, () -> Application

Being a web developer I really like React-Native to create native apps, while leveraging my existing Javascript knowledge.
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Journey into React Part 6: Managing state and connecting to an Api with Redux and Axios

Managing state and connecting to an API with Redux and Axios:  #ReactJS

  • We export a function that contains a switch statement and returns the state.
  • Let’s throw in a reference to the message itself inside the component so that we can see whatever message is returned to us from the server.
  • Store and State The store contains the application state, which now consists of the confirmation message.
  • The action type tells the reducers what has happened, for example UPDATE_USERNAME , and the payload would be the confirmation message.
  • Create a new file titled index.js in the actions directory and import axios (to make our HTTP requests) and the action-type we made.

This tutorial is going to focus on setting up and using Redux as well as Axios so that you can make a call to a server…
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How to create a React component to publish on NPM?

How to create a #ReactJS component to publish on NPM?

  • So we have our component package created and well tested.
  • When we have the project structure ready, we can start testing our component.
  • The generator is quite old and is missing some NPM packages.
  • When someone imports our component in their project it will use this file.
  • Apart from the component’s code, you can also find the index.js file in it.

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@ReactiveConf: “How to create a #ReactJS component to publish on NPM?”


In the blog post I am explaining how to create the React component as a library to publish on NPM (Node Package Manager).


How to create a React component to publish on NPM?

“create-react-app” and the future of creating React applications — Free Code Camp

“create-react-app” and the future of creating React Applications  #reactjs

  • eject will take all of the default configuration and build dependencies given to you by create-react-app , then move them into the project itself.
  • Overall, I’m excited for this project.
  • But now you’ll have the ability to modify any of the default configurations you were given by create-react-app .
  • When you build a React app, you don’t need to know the secret combination of Webpack and Babel.
  • The project is opinionated, and with those opinions comes tradeoffs.

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@ferroariel: ““create-react-app” and the future of creating React Applications #reactjs”


Over the past few years, I’ve been heavily involved with teaching people how to build applications with React.js. First there was React…


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Going further with React lifecycle methods — Medium

Going further with #ReactJS lifecycle methods:

  • Similar to componentWillMount() , this method is called when an already mounted component is about to update.
  • The lifecycle method should return true or false and not itself trigger an update.
  • Is where you will want to invoke any 3rd party JS libraries as you have access to the DOM within this lifecycle method.
  • Only when a components props have changed is this method invoked with a new props object.
  • The method is called before it is removed from the DOM. You should use this method for any further garbage collection including the removal of event listeners.

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@ReactiveConf: “Going further with #ReactJS lifecycle methods:”


In my previous article Getting started with React, I covered getting started with writing a stateful and stateless components, props and…


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