How to Build a Simple Blog Using React and GraphQL

How to Build a Simple Blog Using React and GraphQL

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#Reactjs #GraphQL

  • How to Build a Simple Blog Using React and GraphQL – – In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to create a simple blog using React, GraphQL and Cosmic JS.
  • View the demo – – Install the Simple React Blog on Cosmic JS – – View the codebase on GitHub – – Make sure that you have Node.js and NPM installed on your machine, if not, visit the Node.js website to install the latest version.
  • This is the abridged version of the Simple React Blog available for download in the Cosmic JS Apps page.
  • The full codebase includes a single post page view as well as a page dedicated to each author’s posts.
  • View the full codebase on GitHub and deploy this app in a few clicks from your Cosmic JS dashboard by installing the app to your Cosmic JS Bucket.

How to Build a Simple Blog Using React and GraphQL
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React 16 Course – Managing State by @SatansDeer #javascript #reactjs via @JavaScriptKicks

  • in react is a plain javascript object used to manage data specific to some component.
  • So basically is a plain javascript object where component stores relevant data.
  • The difference between and any other object you can store inside your component is that React monitors it and will trigger re-render on update.
  • Here is the diagram: – – There are several methods of defining the initial state of your component.
  • First rule is – don’t update directly: – – There is only one exception for setting state directly – you can define your initial state in your constructor – – In all other places instead.

state in react is a plain javascript object used to manage data specific to some component. Keep in mind that only data that is going to be rendered should belong to the state.
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Introducing React Paginating 🎉🎉🎉 – Dzung Nguyen – Medium

Introducing React Paginating 🎉🎉🎉 @davidnguyen1791 

#Reactjs #Javascript #Webdev #Tech

  • Introducing React Paginating 🎉🎉🎉Today, I am happy to announce a React Paginating component.gif react-paginating demoThere are some popular components which help us to solve pagination problem such as react-paginate, react-pager, … Now there is another one.
  • It’s called react-paginating with a different approach.How “react-paginating” is uses Function as Child Components pattern which allows a component to publish any variables, states or functions to the outside as input params of a function which is going to be used for handling logic and rendering the UI.Here are some…
  • The formula to calculate totalPages:const totalPages = Math.ceil(total / limit);pageCountHow many pages you want to display.I.e:pageCount = 5with pageCount = 5pageCount = 9with pageCount = 9currentPageThe page currently you are visiting.
  • The component calculates and publishes props which allow controlling UI.
  • After that, you might put your CustomAnchor / somewhere on your “storybook” or components manager.DemoConclusionIf you see it is useful for you.

There are some popular components which help us to solve pagination problem such as react-paginate, react-pager, … Now there is another one. It’s called react-paginating with a different approach…
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Top 10 dev articles over the past week – CloudBoost

  • This article, written by Ryan Chartand, is for people who have been completely busy throughout 2017 but now is curious about trends in JavaScript.600 Free Online Programming Computer Science Courses You Can Start in January.
  • The article, written by Dhawal Shah, is a list of 600 programming courses that you’ll definitely find useful.Free Resources For Developers.
  • Amazing story, written by Kristóf Litavecz, that will tell you how a few lines of code can simplify your life.An open letter to less experienced developers.
  • Nevertheless, some articles like this can help you improve your code quality and prevent common bugs.
  • The article, written by Mybridge, presents a list of the most amazing open source React.js projects of 2017.

As always, we’ve found for you the most captivating development-related articles that have been trending for the past week. So make yourself tea, sit back and enjoy. Hope you’ve enjoyed this list…
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Top 10 dev articles over the past week – CloudBoost

  • This article, written by Ryan Chartand, is for people who have been completely busy throughout 2017 but now is curious about trends in JavaScript.600 Free Online Programming Computer Science Courses You Can Start in January.
  • The article, written by Dhawal Shah, is a list of 600 programming courses that you’ll definitely find useful.Free Resources For Developers.
  • Amazing story, written by Kristóf Litavecz, that will tell you how a few lines of code can simplify your life.An open letter to less experienced developers.
  • Nevertheless, some articles like this can help you improve your code quality and prevent common bugs.
  • The article, written by Mybridge, presents a list of the most amazing open source React.js projects of 2017.

As always, we’ve found for you the most captivating development-related articles that have been trending for the past week. So make yourself tea, sit back and enjoy. Hope you’ve enjoyed this list…
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Top 10 dev articles over the past week – JetRuby

  • Next week, we’ll be back with a new batch of brain food, specially selected to keep your heart healthy, brain fed and intellect tuned.
  • Have a great week!

Jingle bells, jingle bells, Jingle, in fact, all the way. That’s right, we love you beautiful bunch of literate people, so much, that we’ve handpicked a list of top 10 development-related articles…
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Norbert de Langen: Storybook has reached outside the React ecosystem & will continue to do so

Read our interview with @NorbertdeLangen about his recent work on Storybook:  #ReactJS

  • We strongly believe the problems Storybook solves are not unique to any single platform.Of course, we’re also going to be improving the features and performance of Storybook, and create new ways for you to extend Storybook and customise it for your use-case.
  • Finally: we’re really seeing the community getting involved with Storybook, we get pull requests making Storybook better in all sorts of ways we didn’t expect.
  • So who knows what will be included in the next release?Has rebranding from React Storybook changed its culture or direction?The culture certainly changed — now the community itself is driving Storybook forward.
  • If anything, I’d say our focus on helping the community co-maintain Storybook has had a major impact.Do your company clients adapt React style guides to their workflow?Yes in fact, most of them do.What do you think is the future of web and mobile development?Who knows?
  • I’m super excited about native support for ES modules in the modern browsers and Node.js!What are your favorite components, libraries, or community projects?Babel, Webpack, React, Glamorous, Yarn, Express, ESlint, Prettier, Jest, GraphQL.I’m also a huge fan of community-driven meetups.Pick one and tell us why: Redux or MobX?It depends.

Today, we’re opening our new series of interviews for React Day Berlin. Since Norbert de Langen is going to speak about building Storybook in Berlin in December, we decided to ask him a couple of…
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My experience with React 16

  • If you have a React 15.5 app which doesn’t use deprecated features and doesn’t throw errors, then React 16 just works!
  • One of my favorite things about React is that it gives me access to a great library of open-source components.
  • And thanks to the stability of React’s API, I haven’t needed to upgrade many of these components… until now.
  • In previous versions of React, throwing exceptions within event handlers would have unpredictable results.
  • While React’s API hasn’t changed much, it has an entirely new engine under the hood called React Fiber.

Now I don’t want to waste your time with another “What is React 16?”; the official blog is already very informative. But what I can give you is the story of my experience this week, when I upgraded a large project to React 16.
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Stack Overflow: ReactJS and Docker in great demand, Go not so much

#ReactJS And #Docker In Great Demand, Go Not So Much  #javascript #containers #DevOps

  • Yes, knowing how to use ReactJS, Docker, Ansible and Apache Spark will help you find a job faster but if WordPress is on your list of skills, you shouldn’t get your hopes up too high.
  • Developers who know their way around the cloud (back end) or have iOS, Android or DBA (MySQL) skills are in luck; these areas are all hungry for qualified candidates.
  • There are a lot of developers with WordPress skills and not enough companies that need them.
  • Although specialization is important, as John Z. Sonmez, author of Soft Skills: The software developer’s life manual wrote in an article for JAXenter, developers should have a wide variety of skills.
  • However, you also need to understand that your coding skills are just the beginning of what most companies are looking for in a programming recruit.

Stack Overflow looked at targeting options for employers on Stack Overflow Jobs used by 200+ companies since early 2015.
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Learn React Native with this Awesome Online Course – codeburst

  • Learn React Native with this Awesome Online CourseReact Native is the future of mobile app development.
  • Learn how to develop in both IOS and Android!If you’re tired of learning Swift or Android, or BOTH, then this is the course for you.
  • React Native allows you to write code that runs natively in both Apple and Android at the same time!This course will get you up and running with React Native quickly, and teach you the core knowledge you need to deeply understand and build React components for mobile devices — Plus, you get to build some really cool apps in the course!Disclosure: I write reviews and receive compensation from the companies whose products I review.
  • I have experience with every course below, and I only recommend the best.

If you’re tired of learning Swift or Android, or BOTH, then this is the course for you. React Native allows you to write code that runs natively in both Apple and Android at the same time! This…
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