How to Build a Website with React, React Router & Styled-Components Pt.2

  • In this second, we will start by creating responsive navigation, playing with React , and creating a few more React components.
  • What is a better way to start the second part of this React website tutorial than resetting some default browser styles, such as those for , applied to element and applied to and, well, everything.
  • As the next step, we can take care about the first page for our React website, the homepage.
  • To keep our React website project tidy, we can put all components for typography into one file.
  • When we finished our work on these components, we put together the first page for our website, the homepage.

Have you ever though about building a website with React, React-router and styled-components? This tutorial is right for you. Practice creating React components, working with React state, using some handy helpers from styled-components. And, at the end, create your first page for your React website!
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JavaScript { Part 14.2 : Libraries } – codeburst

  • IntlThis is a global object, yes and object!
  • (More info here)Previously I said that the Intl is an object and actually most of the functionality is accessed by that object Intl, you need to remember that in order to use it and three main word methodsWhen can you use it?Actually most of the browsers support it, but to be…

Its a collection of sites where you could find awesome things in order to make better your work and not reinvent the wheel.
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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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Release 2.6.0 · atlassian/react-beautiful-dnd · GitHub

Drag and drop for mobile web📱with #reactjs just got a lot more beautiful🤘

  • We have really sweated the details to bring you a drag and drop experience that works out of the box which is initiative for users, respects standard touch interactions as much as possible, and looks amazing .
  • These are used to start and manage part of the touch interactions.
  • Styles are applied by default to s to facilitate a better touch device drag and drop experience.
  • Getting dragging working on touch devices is no easy feat.
  • The quality of this release would not have been possible without close examination of how others have already tackled this problem.

react-beautiful-dnd – Beautiful, accessible drag and drop for lists with React.js
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With styled-components into the future – 💅 styled-components – Medium

With styled-components into the future  #styledcomponents #react #cssinjs #css #reactjs

  • Those remain the same and intact.While this sounds like no more can be achieved from a library that was mostly about best practices and common patterns in CSS, we are still in a position to drive change in the community.And this is because of the ecosystem that people have created…
  • Even more so with our new docs that we’ve published a few months ago.But the real question is, what makes it the library you know and love?There’s a lot of great content and talks from both Max and Glen, so if you’re new to what the ideas of the library are,…
  • [1]Then we have to transform the CSS to be able to inject it [2], and finally inject your CSS into the stylesheet, at the position that we’ve marked earlier.In v2 and onwards we’ve focused a lot on optimising all of the different steps involved here for performance, but one step…
  • The idea that becomes increasingly important here is, that we can’t build a library that works for some special use cases, but what we can build is a CSS infrastructure that allows you to change the CSS yourself.Let’s see how we could approach this.The interesting thing is that with v1…
  • We can run our transformations during Babel’s transpilation, or during build-time in general.We can build a CSS-in-JS pipeline!This would result in nothing being shipped to the runtime, and as long as we can provide an “opt-in” system, you would still be able to decide whether you’d like to ship the…

styled-components has changed a lot in its past. And we are not even done yet!
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PrimeReact 1.0.0-Final Released

  • PrimeTek is excited to announce that PrimeReact 1.0.0-Final is now available featuring over 60 open source UI components for ReactJS.
  • PrimeFaces and PrimeNG have been huge successes already and PrimeReact now joins them to form the “big three”.
  • PrimeReact offers 17 free themes out of the box and we’ve also ported the popular Ultima and Avalon templates to PrimeReact as well.
  • Prime UI Suites are famous of not being tied to any design language and PrimeReact is no exception, if you prefer material design go with Ultima or if you like bootstrap styling check out Avalon.
  • Our plan is to align the featureset with PrimeNG and PrimeFaces so that new features are added to all 3 in parallel from that point on.

PrimeTek is excited to announce that PrimeReact 1.0.0-Final is now available featuring over 60 open source UI components for ReactJS.  We’ve announced the project kickstart back in January 2017 and after months of hard work and dedication, 1.0 is finally here. This milestone is actually the beginning, many new features are on our roadmap and we hope to receive community feedback to improve the library. PrimeFaces and PrimeNG have been huge successes already and PrimeReact now joins them to form the “big three”.
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Reactjs Development Services India

#ReactJS has proven to be one of best #Javascript front-end library


  • ReactJS has proven to be one of the best frameworks out there and that is visible by the adaptability of the same by world famous companies.
  • It gives a near perfect experience for the client as well as the developer and ensures that interfaces built on it are not only great in performance but are also visually appealing.
  • Techuz has provided reactjs web development services to various clients all of which have been amazed by the technology.

Hire dedicated reactjs developer from top reactjs web & mobile application development company India Techuz. we have expert reactjs team for innovative solutions.
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RxJS — OSS “Behind Closed Doors” – This Dot Media – Medium


  • 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

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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Use Vue.js to create custom web components – Vue.js Tips

  • See browser support for Web Components on are-we-componentized-yet or

    But, with a bit of JS magic you can now turn your Vue.js component into web components, enabling you to use it in any web application, even using React, Angular or is a library written by @karol-f that allows you to use a Vue.js component as a custom element.

  • Once you register the custom element, you can insert its tag into standard HTML, SPA’s, React, Angular or Vue.js projects.
  • js file embedding Vue itself, the lib and your Vue.js components, registered to be used as custom elements.
  • Registering a custom element is done by using

    Note that is called when the element is inserted

    Also, the component’s tag has to meet a few requirements :

    More details in the W3C specs

    The custom element’s markup can be embedded in a tag inside the DOM.

  • I thought it would confuse developers that focus on porting their Vue.js components to custom elements.

Include Vue.js components in any HTML/JS application
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redux mapStateToProps optimization – Cvetanov Goce – Medium

redux mapStateToProps optimization  #redux #react #javascript #reactjs

  • mapStateToProps can now return a function instead of an object.Note: in advanced scenarios where you need more control over the rendering performance, mapStateToProps() can also return a function.
  • In this case, that function will be used as mapStateToProps() for a particular component instance.
  • [from the official docs]If redux receives an implementation which returns a function it performs a closure for wrapping the own props of the component and therefore bypasses the invocation of the mapStateToProps every time the component changes it’s props received from the parent component.
  • How this is done can be seen here.We can now rework our implementation of the MyBlogs component in the following way and achieve a minor performance boost.function ownProps) { // a closure for ownProps is created // this factory is not invoked everytime the component // changes it’s props return function mapStateToProps(state) { return { blogs: state.blogs.filter(blog = === ownProps.user) }; };}export default using the component’s own props inside mapStateToProps, wrap the mapStateToProps function with a mapStateToPropsFactory which will return the function itself instead of the object directly and redux will not invoke your mapStateToPropsFactory for every parent prop changes.Thanks to my mentor Oliver Lazoroski for pointing this out to me and I will share his TL;DR; remark on this:Think of it like this, if redux receives a mapStateToProps which has ownProps as second argument and it returns an object, it switches off every optimization it makes for your connected component.This was my first of many articles on medium and I hope you will find it useful.

Redux is an open source implementation (aren’t they all?) of the flux architecture suggested by Facebook as a compliant standard for working with data in large React applications. Created by Dan…
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