Flutter makes it easy and fast to build beautiful mobile apps.

  • Easily compose your UI with Flutter’s modern reactive framework and rich set of platform, layout, and foundation widgets.
  • class CounterState extends State { int counter = 0; void increment() { // Tells the Flutter framework that state has changed, // so the framework can run build() and update the display.
  • // The Flutter framework has been optimized to make rerunning // build methods fast, so that you can just rebuild anything that // needs updating rather than having to individually change // instances of widgets.
  • Flutter lets you reuse your existing Java, Swift, and ObjC code, and access native features and SDKs on iOS and Android.
  • ; } setState(() { _batteryLevel = batteryLevel; }); } Learn how to use packages, or write platform channels, to access native code, APIs, and SDKs.


Refresh times so fast, you can “paint” your app to life
on hardware, emulators, and simulators.

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File Upload and POST Request using ReactJS – Jeril Kuriakose – Medium

File Upload and POST Request using #ReactJS

  • File Upload and POST Request using ReactJSSource: makes life simpler.
  • I just wanted to demonstrate the working of file-upload and sending the uploaded file as a POST request.For the demonstration I used the React Boilerplate and was following the Redux architecture.
  • I will be only sharing the components that I used for file upload and POST request.
  • on’ is used to find out the progress of the file upload.
  • The value can be used for several other purposes such as progress bar, to calculate time remaining, etc.Here is the code for uploading and sending the uploaded file as a POST request.We can see the progress output in the console window:File upload and post using ReactJSYou can find the gist of the code here.Happy coding!!!

ReactJS makes life simpler. If you are already working with it, you would be knowing it. I just wanted to demonstrate the working of file-upload and sending the uploaded file as a POST request. For…
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Understanding State and Props in React – Hacker Noon

Understanding State and Props in React @RuairidhWM  #JavaScript #Reactjs #WebDev

  • Understanding State and Props in ReactI’ve been playing around with React and Redux recently and thought I would start writing articles on concepts which I’ve had to wrap my head around.So unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past few years, you’ll know that React is an awesome front-end library developed by the good folks at Facebook to make life easier for developers.It’s different to Angular or other frameworks as it is purely front-end (though see the comments below for a great clarification on this).
  • With that said, it’s extremely powerful.One of the concepts I struggled to understand during my learning more about React was the interaction between State and Props.
  • If you’re at all familiar with React then you should know that props flow downwards from the parent component.There is also the case that you can have default props so that props are set even if a parent component doesn’t pass props down.This is why people refer to React as having uni-directional data flow.
  • What happens when a component receives data from someone other than the parent?
  • This is super cool because that means React takes care of the hard work and is blazingly fast.As a little example of state, here is a snippet from a search bar (worth checking out this course if you want to learn more about React)Class SearchBar extends Component { constructor(props) { super(props);this.state = { term: ” }; }render() { return ( div className=”search-bar” input value={this.state.term} onChange={event = / /div ); }onInputChange(term) { this.setState({term}); }}SUMMARYProps and State do similar things but are used in different ways.

I’ve been playing around with React and Redux recently and thought I would start writing articles on concepts which I’ve had to wrap my head around. So unless you’ve been living in a cave for the…
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Understanding State and Props in React – Ruairidh Wynne-McHardy – Medium

Understanding State and Props in React  #javascript #development #react #es6 #reactjs

  • Understanding State and Props in ReactI’ve been playing around with React and Redux recently and thought I would start writing articles on concepts which I’ve had to wrap my head around.So unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past few years, you’ll know that React is an awesome front-end library developed by the good folks at Facebook to make life easier for developers.It’s different to Angular or other frameworks as it is purely front-end.
  • With that said, it’s extremely powerful.One of the concepts I struggled to understand during my learning more about React was the interaction between State and Props.
  • If you’re at all familiar with React then you should know that props flow downwards from the parent component.There is also the case that you can have default props so that props are set even if a parent component doesn’t pass props down.This is why people refer to React as having uni-directional data flow.
  • What happens when a component receives data from someone other than the parent?
  • This is super cool because that means React takes care of the hard work and is blazingly fast.As a little example of state, here is a snippet from a search bar (worth checking out this course if you want to learn more about React)Class SearchBar extends Component { constructor(props) { super(props);this.state = { term: ” }; }render() { return ( div className=”search-bar” input value={this.state.term} onChange={event = / /div ); }onInputChange(term) { this.setState({term}); }}SUMMARYProps and State do similar things but are used in different ways.

I’ve been playing around with React and Redux recently and thought I would start writing articles on concepts which I’ve had to wrap my head around. So unless you’ve been living in a cave for the…
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React, Firebase & Me – Crystal Tate – Medium

React, Firebase & Me  #api #react #javascript #firebase #womenintech #reactjs

  • For my quarter 1 project, I decided to make a web app using React for my frontend and Firebase for my backend — two technologies I knew nothing about.
  • Galvanize gave me this confidence, by the way.The other students in my class were wrestling with code and working towards their project goals.
  • I had yet to commit one line of code, while the other students were approaching their MVPs.I didn’t want to abandon my goal of using React for this project; but I wondered who I thought I was.
  • I’d essentially learned to make delicious code bread, yet I was attempting to make code puff pastry for my project.
  • I was able to make even more progress on my project at school.

Life as a student at Galvanize is incredibly rewarding and truly challenging. Each day we’re tasked with much more than the day before, and somehow we keep moving along. Tuesday was totally defeating…
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Current Openings

  • We need you to join us to scale up our team and build a great company with a product that will be used by thousands in the coming months.
  • Spendesk is a fast growing Fintech startup backed by eFounders and a great opportunity to work in one of the most creative and stimulating environment in Paris.
  • We see a crazy traction and adoption from our first customers who totally love our product.
  • You will be part of a strong family shaping the future of SaaS products.
  • We use the latest innovations in the banking industry to build a software that gives CFOs a complete control over their companyâ s spendings and provides employees with an awesome experience when they need to do professional purchases.

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React-Native apps now can be run on Ubuntu

  • We have support for web applications and creating and packaging Cordova applications, both of these enable any web framework to be used in creating great application experiences on the Ubuntu platform.
  • React Native is the sister to React.js, you can use the same style and code to create an application that works directly with native components with native levels of performance, but with the ease of and rapid development you would expect.
  • To get started, follow the instructions in README-ubuntu.md and create your first application.
  • We want to make everyone’s life easier, enable the use of tools that are familiar to web developers and provide an easy path to using them on the Ubuntu platform.

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React-Native apps now can be run on Ubuntu – React Native Development – Medium

React-Native apps now can be run on Ubuntu @creotiv  #Reactjs #JavaScript #WebDev #Linux

  • We have support for web applications and creating and packaging Cordova applications, both of these enable any web framework to be used in creating great application experiences on the Ubuntu platform.
  • React Native is the sister to React.js, you can use the same style and code to create an application that works directly with native components with native levels of performance, but with the ease of and rapid development you would expect.
  • If you are familiar with React.js, it’s easy to move into full native development with all your existing knowledge and tools by developing with React Native.
  • To get started, follow the instructions in README-ubuntu.md and create your first application.

Here is a post Canonical team that saying that react-native apps now can be run on Ubuntu. That’s a big step in the developing more bridges…
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Which indentation style you prefer for JSX code?

Which indentation style do you prefer for JSX code? 🤔 #ReactJS #JavaScript

  • return (
    Content

    )

  • Marko Stijak asked a question · 17 hours ago
  • @mstijak looks interesting, but I’m a bit turned off by the inclusion of a component library.
  • If I’m going to use a library I tend to gravitate toward those that are more atomic in their scope, plus the Vue community is incredible 🙂
  • Mainly Multiline, although most times I enclose the jsx return between ( ) just for clarity ..

There are a couple of ways to indent JSX code. Which style you find to be the best:

One liners
return <div className="well" style={{ border: . One liners VS Line per attribute, regular indent VS Line per attribute, aligned VS Multiline.
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Learn Relay

Learn Relay! #relayjs #reactjs

  • Relay will aggregate the defined queries with fragments by using Relay.
  • All mutations have to be dispatched using the Relay.
  • As Relay is a GraphQL client, this introduction focuses on the client side.
  • Mutations are the counterpart to queries, as they are used to modify or delete data.
  • Queries are a central part of Relay as they are used to fetch data from the GraphQL server.

Get a broad overview of the goals and prerequisites of this introduction to Relay and get to know the Pokedex app we will build together.
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