How The React Framework is Changing Front-End Development

An Introduction to the #React Framework @reactjs #webdev

  • If you’re looking for instant page loads, or the ability to handle long lists of dynamic content changing within the view, React may be the JavaScript library for you.
  • Enter React, an isomorphic JavaScript library released by Facebook in 2013, that allowed developers to use SSR to build modern web apps.
  • One of the reasons developers had started to drift away from SSR was that it was necessary to have to load the entire web page every time something changed within the view.
  • React introduced a workaround called the Virtual DOM that allowed developers to take advantage of the inherent performance advantage of SSR, without having to update the entire view every time a user made a small change to the UI.
  • React is a powerful UI library that brings the power of SSR, isomorphic JavaScript, and component-based web development to modern dynamic web applications.

React (also known as React.js or ReactJs) is a powerful JavaScript library that uses server-side rendering (SSR) to provide a flexible, performance-oriented, componentized front-end solution. If you’re looking for instant page loads or the ability to handle long lists of dynamic content changing within the view, React may be the JavaScript library for you. Read on to learn more about React.
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5 Reasons Web Developers Love React Native

5 Reasons Web Developers Love #ReactNative @shoutem #webdev

  • As you probably know, there are a few other multi-platform solutions, like Cordova and PhoneGap, but they come with a price: the price of relying only on the phone browser and its built-in JavaScript engine, which is often way slower than running native code, like React Native does.
  • Another thing that will make things, if not familiar, then definitely easier to work with is Nuclide, an integrated development environment (IDE) that Facebook is building to give developers a first-class developing environment for React Native.
  • Since this is all pretty new, uncharted territory, a lot of developers are doing their best to build something useful to others and unveil the true potential of React Native.
  • The biggest, most active groups is React Native Community, which offers daily posts about tool kits, components, new apps, and answers to questions about React Native, from basic questions to serious developer problems.
  • That’s where you come in: a new React Native developer, resolving problems and bringing new ideas to this fast-rising framework of the future.

React Native is the future of modern app development. The framework is not just for web developers, the entire development logic uses modern principles. React Native workflow is efficient, easy, and quick to learn and more platforms are using it.
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Ionic 1: From Web to Mobile ☞ #javascript #ES6 #react #js #vue

Ionic 1: From Web to Mobile
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  • Gartner predict that by 2016 50% of all mobile applications will be hybrid apps built using technology like Ionic.
  • Ionic is a powerful HTML5 SDK that helps you build native-feeling iOS and Android apps using web technologies like HTML, CSS, and Javascript.
  • We will cover the essential AngularJS topics needed to build Ionic applications in the AngularJS Review section (If you already know AngularJS feel free to skip it)

    Through a series of 7 real-world examples you will learn the skills needed to build fully functional, cross platform iOS and Android mobile applications in Ionic.

  • Thanks to Ionic, you now can design, build, and deploy robust mobile apps faster than you could with native technologies, all while incurring little to no app performance penalties and sticking to the web technologies you already love working with, namely css, html and javascript.
  • With Ionic the dream of using web technology to build mobile apps is finally here.

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Ionic 3 – Learn How to Design Ionic Apps ☞ #react #reactjs #node #nodejs

  • Thanks for checking out this course.
  • So, everyone seems to be talking about how to develop Ionic apps, but no one ever seems to really talk about HOW TO DESIGN IONIC APPS!
  • You might end up learning all the development principles for Ionic (and that is great), but most of these course only teach you things like, how to create a to-do-list and other similar apps, but don’t really teach you design!
  • This course is NOT focused on teaching you how to DEVELOP Ionic apps, BUT rather, HOW TO DESIGN ionic apps.
  • This course will cover the following:

    If you are wanting to increase your Ionic knowledge, then join me on this journey and let’s get started!

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Ionic 1 by Example: Create Mobile Apps in HTML5 ☞ #javascript #ES6 #react #js #vue

Ionic 1 by Example: Create Mobile Apps in HTML5
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  • Learn Ionic 1, the framework that lets you develop mobile apps in HTML5.
  • You’re familiar with web development (HTML/CSS/JavaScript) and would like to build mobile apps, but don’t fancy having to learn Objective C and/or Swift for iOS, Java for Android, etc.
  • Built on top of Apache Cordova (the open source project underlying PhoneGap) and AngularJS, Ionic lets you develop mobile apps in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, while providing a native look and feel on each supported platform.
  • This course will provide you with all the knowledge necessary to start developing your own apps using Ionic, by taking a hands-on “by example” approach.
  • It will walk you through the creation of two complete apps, as well as provide many more smaller examples illustrating various Ionic features and development practices.

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Difference between Ionic and React Native

Difference between Ionic and #reactnative

  • Ionic is an HTML5 mobile app development framework targeted at building hybrid mobile apps.
  • They are essentially small websites running in a browser shell in an app that have access to the native platform layer.
  • React Native lets you build mobile apps using only JavaScript.
  • They have their own way of functioning, below are few points on their differences:

    Based  on the points above, you can see the difference in their functionalities, so if you want to go for something  that creates  performant iOS and Android apps that feel at home on their respective platforms ten you can opt for React Native.

  • And, if you are targeted at building hybrid mobile apps, Ionic is the best choice!

Comparison between Ionic Framework and React Native
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5 Reasons Web Developers Love React Native

5 Reasons Web Developers Love #ReactNative @shoutem #webdev #reactjs

  • As you probably know, there are a few other multi-platform solutions, like Cordova and PhoneGap, but they come with a price: the price of relying only on the phone browser and its built-in JavaScript engine, which is often way slower than running native code, like React Native does.
  • Another thing that will make things, if not familiar, then definitely easier to work with is Nuclide, an integrated development environment (IDE) that Facebook is building to give developers a first-class developing environment for React Native.
  • Since this is all pretty new, uncharted territory, a lot of developers are doing their best to build something useful to others and unveil the true potential of React Native.
  • The biggest, most active groups is React Native Community, which offers daily posts about tool kits, components, new apps, and answers to questions about React Native, from basic questions to serious developer problems.
  • That’s where you come in: a new React Native developer, resolving problems and bringing new ideas to this fast-rising framework of the future.

React Native is the future of modern app development. The framework is not just for web developers, the entire development logic uses modern principles. React Native workflow is efficient, easy, and quick to learn and more platforms are using it.
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