React Best Practices – Medium

Check out these useful #ReactJS best practices:

  • The best way to create a parent container is to clone the children and pass down the desired props.
  • Use Smart and Dumb Components : There is not much to say other than you don’t need to have a state in every object.
  • The whole idea of using React is code re-usability so if you just throw everything in one file you are losing the beauty of React.
  • I personally use Redux because it forces you to have a more controlled file structure.
  • Anyone with enough experience understands how much of a hassle this is to maintain and how much load it takes on the browser if you render every component every time.

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Lately React has been becoming the new tool used by developers to create everything from a single page application to mobile applications…


React Best Practices – Medium

Part 1: Getting Started With React Native

New MEAP! React Native in Action by Nader Dabit  @manningbooks #reactnative @dabit3

  • Testing React Native code
  • Understanding how React Native works
  • Part 2: React Native Application Development
  • Implementing React Native components and APIs
  • Appendix A: Installing and running React Native

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@ManningMEAP: “New MEAP! React Native in Action by Nader Dabit @manningbooks #reactnative @dabit3”


React Native just may be the holy grail of cross-platform app development that many developers and companies have been hoping for. Using React Native, developers can build performant cross-platform native apps much easier than ever before, all with a single programming language: JavaScript. With the growing demand for apps and the increasing complexity that app development entails, React Native comes along at a perfect time. If you’re serious about app development or want to stay ahead of the curve on emerging and disruptive technologies, take a look at React Native.


Part 1: Getting Started With React Native

Useful React Native NPM Scripts — Komenco Blog — Medium

  • The fresh-start script run the fresh-install and starts a clean-cached React Native packager.
  • I use these in all of my React Native projects and it really helps when things start getting weary (random failing builds, issues on library imports, and so on).
  • Feel free to use these scripts as I’m sure they can help speed up your React Native development as well.
  • Useful React Native NPM Scripts
  • Because of that, I’ve created a set of NPM scripts that have helped kickstart my React Native projects.

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@SGoresht: “Useful #Reactjs #reactNative @NPM Scripts — #JavaScript”


Coming from a web development background, React Native can seem like a Holy Grail of sorts. The sheer ability to use Javascript (and React…


Useful React Native NPM Scripts — Komenco Blog — Medium

Building React Native Mobile Apps with NativeBase [Sponsor]

Build #ReactJS Native mobile apps with NativeBase:

  • React Native is a great choice to build mobile apps.
  • Using NativeBase Components In Your Code
  • Building React Native Mobile Apps with NativeBase [Sponsor]
  • The application’s stack of components is built using native UI components so there are no compromises with the UX.
  • NativeBase , an open source framework, lets you write high-quality React Native apps providing a set of customizable and re-usable native components for Android & iOS over single codebase.

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React Native is the holy grail of mobile app development, dream of every web developer who wanted to build amazing mobile apps. JavaScript had already taken the tech industry by storm from browsers to servers and now it’s helping developers to build native mobile apps.


Building React Native Mobile Apps with NativeBase [Sponsor]