The History of React.js on a Timeline

The History of #reactjs on a Timeline

  • Moreover, our excellent front-end expert, Miklos Bertalan has started a series of live streams where he shows how to build React apps on a free, locally hosted server – created by another brilliant engineer at Risingstack, Robert Czinege.
  • I have collected the most significant milestones in the history of React, which you’ll be able to see in this timeline below.
  • 2010 – The first signs of React – – 2012 – Something new had started at Facebook – – 2013 – The year of the Big Launch – – React had gradually gained its reputation and started to go through to ‘early majority’ of its potential users.
  • At this point, they needed a new message instead of solely relying on its technical benefits, and it is: how is React stable?
  • This journey has been fun so far, but there is certainly a lot more to learn about React.

The History of React.js on a timeline: 2010-2018.
The most significant milestones of its creation and development over the past 8 years.
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The History of React.js on a Timeline

  • Moreover, our excellent front-end expert, Miklos Bertalan has started a series of live streams where he shows how to build React apps on a free, locally hosted server – created by another brilliant engineer at Risingstack, Robert Czinege.
  • As the Facebook Ads app got an increasing number of features, the team needed more people to keep it running flawlessly.
  • (source) – – From 2010 until now (March 2018): – – 2010 – The first signs of React – – 2012 – Something new had started at Facebook – – 2013 – The year of the Big Launch – – React had gradually gained its reputation and started to go…
  • At this point, they needed a new message instead of solely relying on its technical benefits, and it is: how is React stable?
  • This journey has been fun so far, but there is certainly a lot more to learn about React.

The History of React.js on a timeline: 2010-2018.
The most significant milestones of its creation and development over the past 8 years.
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Dow Jones Chartbuilder

Case Study - Dow Jones App Store Platform  #api #apidevelopment #reactjs #javascript #docker

  • The application platform and the first app were launched by ILM after six months.
  • Dow Jones internal developers quickly adapted to the new platform thanks to its efficient design.
  • ILM was praised regarding the platforms novel approach to managing application versions and dependencies.
  • For the chart building application, ILM developers provided design direction and decided on the app architecture.
  • The app received positive reviews and it was used as an example project for developers who were developing an app for the new hosting platform.

Founded in 1882, Dow Jones is a publishing and financial information company, famously known for its publication of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. In addition, Dow Jones publishes and produces newspapers, websites, apps, magazines, conferences and more.
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Finally a Simple and Universal Router for React.js

Finally a simple and universal router for #ReactJS:

  • Imagine that you’re building your app with one router and then you have to change it every time the router changes.
  • The solution is called React Router.
  • We’ve built a truly universal React Router for web, and Electron or nw.js apps that we continuously support.
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  • Get access to design tips, videos, opinions and free UI kits

How to keep your UI in sync with the URL in React.js? Instead of searching for the Holy-Grail-solution we’ve built our own router for web, Electron, and nw.js apps.
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Announcing React Native Europe – callstack.io

  • CTO at Callstack.io, React Native developer.
  • Today, I am really excited to announce React Native Europe – the first conference in the world to focus on anything and everything React Native.
  • Whether you are an experienced React Native developer or just at the beginning of your journey, you will benefit from our great sessions covering various aspects of mobile development.
  • React Native Europe is a two-day conference anything and everything React Native organised by Callstack.io , Mike Grabowski , Nader Dabit and friends.
  • Announcing React Native Europe

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@grabbou: “I am excited to announce React Native Europe – first conference anything and everything #reactnative”


As a core contributor to React Native, my focus was always on better developer experience (rnpm) and helping others (React Native School)…


Announcing React Native Europe – callstack.io