Top JavaScript Libraries & Tech to Learn in 2018 – JavaScript Scene – Medium

Top #JavaScript Libraries & Tech to Learn in 2018:  by @_ericelliott #ReactJS #Developers

  • There’s plenty of room for Vue.js to pick up a lot of Angular and jQuery users at a fast clip, but they will likely hit a brick wall when they have to start stealing users from React to continue the growth streak.
  • I predict strong Vue.js growth for another year or two, followed by a much harder battle with React in the top spot and Vue.js relegated to second fiddle unless something big changes to upset the balance.
  • Why so Much Interest in React?Browsing through the React job listings, I noticed an interesting trend — a lot of them were for things that we don’t think of as front-end web work: – React Native (for perspective, there are more of these openings than the total number of Vue.js openings)React for IoTReact…
  • Which Topics Should You Study?Like last year, you can’t go wrong focusing on the essentials, but you should place more emphasis on functional programming for React apps.
  • With that in mind, here are some topics you should study: – Basic ES6 syntaxClass syntax and its many pitfalls — It’s OK to use class for React components, but avoid extending from your own classes, avoid instanceof, and avoid forcing users of your classes to use the new keyword.Functional programming software…

Last year, I wrote an article rounding up the top tech to learn in 2017. This year there are some surprises. First, software ate the world, the web ate software, and JavaScript ate the web. In 2018…
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Top JavaScript Libraries & Tech to Learn in 2018 – JavaScript Scene – Medium

Top #JavaScript Libraries & Tech to Learn in 2018:  by @_ericelliott #ReactJS

  • There are still lots of developers working on Angular code bases, which shows up in Google trends:But as React continues to win customer satisfaction surveys, React growth has left Angular (and everything else) in the dust.What About Vue.js?
  • Vue.js is going to have a much harder time stealing users from React than they are having stealing users from jQuery and Angular.There’s plenty of room for Vue.js to pick up a lot of Angular and jQuery users at a fast clip, but they will likely hit a brick wall…
  • Why so Much Interest in React?Browsing through the React job listings, I noticed an interesting trend — a lot of them were for things that we don’t think of as front-end web work:React Native (for perspective, there are more of these openings than the total number of Vue.js openings)React for IoTReact for AR/VR…
  • In fact, I found quite a few React job listings that didn’t even mention JavaScript.React also offers a rich, vibrant ecosystem piggybacking on React’s de-facto standards — something the JavaScript world hasn’t seen since jQuery plugins ruled the web.The question is no longer “which framework?”
  • We have a great framework to build apps on now, and there’s a great ecosystem settling in around React.Which Topics Should You Study?Like last year, you can’t go wrong focusing on the essentials, but you should place more emphasis on functional programming for React apps.React is great for two primary reasons:Deterministic…

Last year, I wrote an article rounding up the top tech to learn in 2017. This year there are some surprises. First, software ate the world, the web ate software, and JavaScript ate the web. In 2018…
Continue reading “Top JavaScript Libraries & Tech to Learn in 2018 – JavaScript Scene – Medium”

Top JavaScript Libraries & Tech to Learn in 2018 – JavaScript Scene – Medium

  • There are still lots of developers working on Angular code bases, which shows up in Google trends:But as React continues to win customer satisfaction surveys, React growth has left Angular (and everything else) in the dust.What About Vue.js?
  • Vue.js is going to have a much harder time stealing users from React than they are having stealing users from jQuery and Angular.There’s plenty of room for Vue.js to pick up a lot of Angular and jQuery users at a fast clip, but they will likely hit a brick wall…
  • Why so Much Interest in React?Browsing through the React job listings, I noticed an interesting trend — a lot of them were for things that we don’t think of as front-end web work:React Native (for perspective, there are more of these openings than the total number of Vue.js openings)React for IoTReact for AR/VR…
  • In fact, I found quite a few React job listings that didn’t even mention JavaScript.React also offers a rich, vibrant ecosystem piggybacking on React’s de-facto standards — something the JavaScript world hasn’t seen since jQuery plugins ruled the web.The question is no longer “which framework?”
  • We have a great framework to build apps on now, and there’s a great ecosystem settling in around React.Which Topics Should You Study?Like last year, you can’t go wrong focusing on the essentials, but you should place more emphasis on functional programming for React apps.React is great for two primary reasons:Deterministic…

Last year, I wrote an article rounding up the top tech to learn in 2017. This year there are some surprises. First, software ate the world, the web ate software, and JavaScript ate the web. In 2018…
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Angular, React, and Vue: What’s Coming in 2017?

Angular, React, and Vue: What's Coming in 2017?  #javascript #angular2 #reactjs #vuejs

  • We’ve chosen to focus on these three JavaScript frameworks for 2017.
  • Not left behind Angular 1 versions (1.5 and 1.6), steadily adding to one of the most popular frameworks.
  • The Angular team at Google has made a few significant changes to the framework in the past year.
  • Not only Angular 4, the tentative release schedule up to Angular version 7 has also been released.
  • It was then considered a framework for the niche now developers compare this to other established frameworks like Angular or React.

Let’s review the year of 2016 for Angular, React, and Vue.js and look ahead to see what coming for these popular JavaScript frameworks in 2017 and beyond.
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React is cool, deal with it – Medium

#React is cool, deal with it  #reactjs

  • We’re talking about three different files to fetch and display in a table in contrast to simply develop a “PropertyList” component and all related logic there.
  • If you were developing following MVC pattern you would first implement a Model which would represent the property and implement any related activity of API communication in that layer, add a route to a controller which would fetch the model and pass it to the view.
  • React is hard to learn, we’re all used to seeing javascript and html in different files, we’re all used to MVC and it lacks much functionality so you need to add some different things to handle routing, api calls, jsx support, etc..
  • Everybody knows how crazy javascript world has been lately releasing new tools faster than you can learn them, there’s one tool, React that markets itself as the V in MVC ( or at least it used to ) that slowly started to take over front-end development still i read about many people complaining with wrong arguments about why they don’t like it so i decided to talk about what is it that is so great about react.
  • With react you don’t write HTML, they implemented JSX which is a processor that lets you add xml style tags in javascript so instead of having a separate file for your scripts you write both the logic and the content in a single file.

Everybody knows how crazy javascript world has been lately releasing new tools faster than you can learn them, there’s one tool, React that…
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Blueprint to becoming a React Native Developer

Blueprint to becoming a React Native Developer #Nodejs
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  • A transformative moment for me was when I learned Redux – even if I wasn’t using it I was able to reason about how to better build apps.
  • I want to prescribe a plan that will allow you to actually build apps with React Native.
  • ☞ Build Web Apps with React JS and Flux
  • You can get started with Meteor by following the tutorial .
  • A lot of the high level stuff you’ll already know from learning React.

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@nodejs_dev: “Blueprint to becoming a React Native Developer #Nodejs
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I’m a big believer in React Native — if you’re reading this you’re likely interested in it as well. The Javascript ecosystem is quickly evolving


Blueprint to becoming a React Native Developer

Blueprint to becoming a React Native Developer — Android & Tech Publication — Medium

Blueprint to becoming a #ReactJS Native developer:

  • I want to prescribe a plan that will allow you to actually build apps with React Native.
  • You can get started with Meteor by following the tutorial .
  • If courses are more your style I would have to suggest checking out the ” Build Apps with React Native ” on Udemy.
  • A transformative moment for me was when I learned Redux – even if I wasn’t using it I was able to reason about how to better build apps.
  • What you’re really learning is how to work with the native platforms.

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@ReactiveConf: “Blueprint to becoming a #ReactJS Native developer:”


I’m a big believer in React Native — if you’re reading this you’re likely interested in it as well. The Javascript ecosystem is quickly…


Blueprint to becoming a React Native Developer — Android & Tech Publication — Medium

React JS— Learning to Swim — Frontend Weekly — Medium

#Leaning and jumping in the deep end of #Reactjs, good input by Denzil Blade #webdev 📖 🤓

  • Needless to say my first attempt was a failure, some days I would be stuck fixing bugs, other days I was trying to implement features that were totally unnecessary.
  • It is something you guys can take, and extend to no end, or even just read through and get a feel for React.
  • After some thought I took off my armbands and threw away my ever reliant floats, I decided to jump in the deep end of React JS.
  • In the end I am proud to say I finished it.
  • CreativeTech Dev / Gamer / Calisthenic Athlete / “Creativity is a habit”

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@OpenCoconut: “#Leaning and jumping in the deep end of #Reactjs, good input by Denzil Blade #webdev 📖 🤓”


So its been a few months on from my very first blog entry Front End Dev — Running before you can walk which touched on adopting new Front…


React JS— Learning to Swim — Frontend Weekly — Medium