How to Connect your React App to a REST API – codeburst

  • Today we are going to connect this app to an existing REST API and use the fetched data to display our previously created list of contacts.Over the whole series of articles, we’re going to build a functional contact list with React:Part 1 — How to Create a React App with create-react-appPart 2 — How…
  • This way, the app fetches contacts at the startup and fills our contact list with data.PreparationsIf you don’t have the source code of the previous part ready, you can clone it from GitHub, install the dependencies and start the appgit clone contacts-managergit checkout part-2npm installnpm startThe app is now available…
  • To begin, let’s install axios: In your root directory (where your package.json is) execute the following command line:npm i -S axiosNext, open your App.js and perform the following actions:add the componentDidMount lifecycle method to the App component.import axios from the just installed packageadd the axios GET request to componentDidMount to…
  • Since it is empty, it is the initial State object with a replaced “contacts” property.Finally — Set the new StateNow that we got our data, picked the relevant parts out of it and created a “new” State object, we store it in the State of the App call, puts the “newState” object as…
  • Also, you learned that if you want to fetch data from a server at the startup of the app, you’ll do it in componentDidMount in a suitable component.You also learned, how to set State and that you can pass an object or a function to setState.Last but not least, you’ve…

In the previous parts of this series you learned how to bootstrap a new React app with create-react-app and create a list component. Today we are going to connect this app to an existing REST API and…
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I’m happy to share a new version of React Input Handler! #reactjs #commit #push #unleash

I’m happy to share a new version of React Input Handler!



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  • ( ) } () { ( form label Fullname label input type name onChange { . }
  • label Are you a developer label input type name value onChange { . }
  • For example: – – input type name value onChange { . }
  • checked input type name value onChange { . }
  • input type name value onChange { . }

react-input-handler – ⚡️ Utility function to handle input changes in React.
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react-compound-slider — React compound slider | Next level slider component 🎰 #ReactJS

react-compound-slider — React compound slider | Next level slider component 🎰   #ReactJS

  • To install and save in your dependencies, run: – – This library takes a compound component approach to creating sliders that separates the data/logic from presentation.
  • The components use the function as child components pattern.
  • By taking this approach it also frees you up to render whatever markup you want to customize your slider.
  • In general slider components are composed of a relatively positioned outer div with elements absolutely positioned inside by a percentage.
  • In this library the , , and components are used as children to the component and they let you tap into a stream of values and percentages that you can then use to render your own components.

react-compound-slider – React Compound Slider | Next Level Slider Component :slot_machine:
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Create a React app with zero configuration using Parcel

Create a React app with zero configuration using Parcel  #ReactJS

  • Create React App was created to make it easier and quicker to get started.
  • The problem with creat react app is that it hides the webpack config.
  • When your app grows and you need something a bit more advanced, you have to eject and then you get a huge webpack config.
  • I tried it on a large code base, and it worked out-of-the-box!
  • Parcel looks like a decent alternative to Create React App.

We have all experienced the pain of getting started with React. You spend hours to configure webpack before you can start actual coding.
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A tiny ~700b centralized state container with component bindings for Preact. #reactjs #preact

  • { , , } store ({ count }) If actions is a function, it gets passed the store: ({ ( ) { { count . } }
  • , The above example as an Arrow Function: ({ count }) ({ count count }), ( ) { res ( ) { stuff .
  • , ) } }) ( , actions)( ({ count, increment }) ( div p Count {count} p button onClick {increment} Increment button div ) ) () ( Provider store {store} App Provider ) – – Creates a new store, which is a tiny evented state container.
  • Register a listener function to be called whenever state is changed.
  • If don’t, just open a new clear and descriptive issue.

unistore – 🌶 700b state container with component actions for Preact
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  • It’s a good idea to wrap the component which is passed to .
  • The component provides the theme to all the components in the framework.
  • It also acts as a portal to components which need to be rendered at the top level.
  • You can provide a custom theme to customize the colors, fonts etc. with the component.
  • Check all the components and its usage in our docs page.

react-native-paper – Material Design for React Native (Android & iOS)
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React Spotify — a Spotify client built with React / Redux 🎤🎺 🎸🎷 #ReactJS #Redux

React Spotify — a Spotify client built with React / Redux 🎤🎺 🎸🎷  #ReactJS #Redux

  • This is , a React front end client that communicates with the Spotify API.
  • See it in action at you don’t have a spotify account you can use the following credentials: – – If you wish to run the code locally run the following.

react-spotify – A Spotify client built with React / Redux 🎤🎺 🎸🎷
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