- We’re adopting an RFC (“request for comments”) process for contributing ideas to React.
- It’s also intended to provide a clear path for ideas to enter the project: – – RFCs are accepted when they are approved for implementation in React.
- As a rule of thumb, this means any proposal that adds, changes, or removes a React API.
- We now have several repositories where you can submit contributions to React: – – Coinciding with the launch of our RFC process, we’ve submitted a proposal for a new version of context.
- The proposal has already received many valuable comments from the community that we will incorporate into the design of the new API.
Inspired by Yarn, Ember, and Rust, the goal is to allow React core team members and community members to collaborate on the design of new features. It’s also intended to provide a clear path for ideas to enter the project:
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- React Native Meetup by GeekyAntsTeam GeekyAnts is happy to announce the 3rd React-Native Meetup at our office in Bangalore.
- We are honoured to invite all the React-Native enthusiasts to join us on May 20th 2017 via Meetup.In this inspiring talk we will engage you with the below mentioned topics:Introduction to React-NativeAnimations in React-NativeNavigationState managementMobile development using React-NativeAs of now these are the listed topics from our side, we would appreciate the initiation of interested speakers to share their experience / ideas.We will have Sanket Sahu and Sankhadeep Roy from our team as speakers.If you wish to be a speaker at the event, drop a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or simply leave a comment below.If you have any query, please do not hesitate to contact us.Click the link to register are looking forward to welcome you all to our upcoming React-Native Meetup.See You!
Team GeekyAnts is happy to announce the 3rd React-Native Meetup at our office in Bangalore. We are honoured to invite all the React-Native enthusiasts to join us on May 20th 2017 via Meetup. As of…
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- RxJS — OSS “Behind Closed Doors”Behind every successful open source project is a group of motivated individuals who come together and combine ideas to produce something great.Tracy Lee — This Dot, Ben Lesh — Project Lead for RxJS5+, Jay Phelps — RxJS Core ContributorRxJS Contributor Days brought together this group of people this year.
- Led by Ben Lesh (@benlesh), project lead for RxJS5+ and software engineer at Google, Jay Phelps (@_jayphelps), core contributor to RxJS and software engineer at Netflix, and Paul Taylor (@trxcllnt), core contributor to RxJS, and Tracy Lee (@ladyleet) the event was a success.One of the goals of Contributor Days was to strengthen relationships within the existing RxJS community.
- Subject matters concerning RxJS such as operator philosophy, versioning, standardization, size and modularity vs. ergonomics were presented, and met with a great exchange of ideas.In addition to maximizing the strengths and improving the weaker elements of the library, RxJS Contributor days was also hosted to create greater opportunities for new contributors to explore.
- Reach out and ask how you can help, or gather ideas and action items from the videos below.RECORDED DISCUSSIONSRXJS Contributor Days — A Summary : 5+ and Beyond Talk by Ben Lesh at Contributor Days : 5 Operator Architecture Talk by Paul Taylor at Contributor Days : Contributor Days Discussion — 1 Operator Philosophy and Versioning : Contributor Days Discussion — 2 Size Modularity vs. Ergonomics vs. Performance : Contributor Days Discussion — 3 Breaking Changes Communication : Contributor Days Discussion — 4 Zone.js Integration : Contributor Days Discussion — 5 Helping Newbies Understand the value of Rx : Contributor Days Discussion — 6 Debugger : Contributor Days Discussion — 7 Standardization : Contributor Days Discussion — 8 Reducing Beginner Pain : Gechev (Minko Gechev) and Uri Goldshtein (Urigo) at RxJS Contributor DaysContributor Days seeks to develop relationships and unity between developers and users alike, and RxJS Contributor days is just one example.
- Creating great open source software is a community effort, and by no means could libraries exist without collaboration and input.You can find out about upcoming Contributor Days at http://contributordays.com.
Behind every successful open source project is a group of motivated individuals who come together and combine ideas to produce something great. RxJS Contributor Days brought together this group of…
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- The input value will not gets updated if user try to enter value greater than max value.
- This piece of code output the updated value every time the input value gets updated.
- Whenever the value gets updated either by clicking Increment , Decrement or by directly entering the value onChange function will get fired with the newly updated value.
- Solving people problems using code spells.
- Like Max, The Min prop do the exact opposite thing a user cannot enter a value less than the Min value.
I built react-bootstrap-counter for facilitating the use of counter input in ReactJs projects , let’s take a look how you can too use it in…
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- Discover Pinterest: Gardening Travel Kids Weddings Humor Quotes DIY Design Animals Sitemap International
- She used Pinterest to step up her style
Find and save recipes, parenting hacks, style inspiration and other ideas to try.
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- // JSON file, so compile via `npm run build`.
- If you do submit a pull request, please be sure to add or update the tests, and ensure that npm test continues to pass.
- As the package.json5 file states, be sure to run npm run build on changes to package.json5 , since npm requires package.json .
- // the file is written in JSON5 syntax, naturally, but npm needs a regular
- (TODO: new MIME type needed too.)
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@aseemk: “HN: “No one will ever use this.”
npm: 1M+ downloads per week, used by Babel and React Native, …”
JSON for the ES5 era.
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- Jon Shaffer will go over current frameworks and practices accessing, storing, and using your data in a react native application.
- Dev Environment Setup for React and React Native
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Jon Shaffer will go over current frameworks and practices accessing, storing, and using your data in a react native application.
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