Choosing a frontend framework in 2017 – This Dot Labs – Medium

Choosing a #frontend framework in 2017:  #EmberJS #Meteor #ReactJS #AngularJS

  • Many developers were attracted to Angular.js because it was built by Google which gave Angular.js automatic credibility.At about the same time, Web Components specification promised to make it possible for developers to create reusable widgets that were isolated from their context and were easy to compose with other widgets.The Web Components specification was four separate specifications that worked together.HTML Template — provides HTML markup for the componentCustom Element — provides a mechanism to create a custom HTML elementShadow DOM — isolates the internals of the component from the context that rendered itHTML Import — makes it possible to load the Web Component into a pageA team at Google created a polyfill library that provided Web Components for all browsers at the time.
  • The Ember.js team looked at large Backbone applications to find similarities.They identified the need to render nested views where some parts of the application where consistent while other parts changed from one part of the app to another.They also saw the URL as a key player in the architecture of web applications.
  • Some brave Backbone developers were adding React as views to their applications to fix performance problems that they were encountering.In response to the threat posed by React, the Ember core team created a plan to adopt ideas introduced by React into the Ember framework.
  • They recognized the need for backward compatibility and created an upgrade path that allowed existing applications to upgrade to a version of Ember that included a new React-inspired rendering engine.Over the course of 4 minor releases Ember.js deprecated Views, moved the community to a CLI-based build process and made component-based architecture the foundation of Ember application development.
  • The Angular team calls the new framework a platform because they plan to provide everything that a professional developer needs to build web applications.

There’s been a lot of development in the frontend frameworks ecosystem over the last seven years. We’ve learned a lot about what it takes to build and maintain large applications. We’ve seen many new…
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A case for Create React App – Erika Dike – Medium

A case for Create React App  #react #webpack #createreactapp #reactjs

  • A case for Create React AppRecently, I heard my colleague explain why he doesn’t use Create React App (CRA) or any boiler plate for that matter on any of his projects.
  • So in using create react app for instance he had ejected and found out that it produced a very complicated Webpack config file.
  • He argued that create react app added a lot of unnecessary bloat to react projects.I believe this is a valid concern when starting up projects you expect to be used for a long time.
  • If you do eject, you get a simple Webpack config file that explains every line so you make every change with confidence.
  • You may never get to this point, though; CRA allows you to create your app without standing in your way.

Recently, I heard my colleague explain why he doesn’t use Create React App (CRA) or any boiler plate for that matter on any of his projects. I agreed with a couple of his points but didn’t agree on…
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How to Scan Fingerprints with Async PHP and React Native — SitePoint

How to multi-factor authentication with Fingerprints scans, Async PHP and React Native

  • Our composer.json file could look something like:
    {
    “scripts”: {
    “dev”: “vendor/bin/aerys -d -c loader.php”,
    “prod”: “vendor/bin/aerys -c loader.php”
    },
    “require”: {
    “amphp/aerys”: “dev-amp_v2”,
    “pre/kitchen-sink”: “^0.1.0”
    },
    “autoload”: {
    “psr-4”: {
    “App\\”: “app”
    }
    },
    “config”: {
    “process-timeout”: 0
    },
    “minimum-stability”: “dev”,
    “prefer-stable”: true
    }

    This is from composer.json in the server project

    We can also set up a placeholder for requesting scans, along with an HTTP GET route to get to it:
    namespace App\Action;

    use Aerys\Request;
    use Aerys\Response;

    class ScanAction
    {
    public function __invoke(Request $request, Response $response)
    {
    $response-end(“requesting a scan…”);
    }
    }

    This is from app/Action/ScanAction.

  • pre in the server project

    use Aerys\Router;
    use App\Action\ScanAction;

    return (Router $router) = {
    $router-route(
    “GET”, “/scan”, new ScanAction
    );
    };

    This is from routes/web.

  • pre in the server project

    And we can start the server up with a server config file and pre-processor loader script:
    $port = 8080;

    $host = new $port);

    $host-use($router = Aerys\router());

    $web = process ‘http://127.0.0.1:{$port}’ | pbcopy”);

    This is from config.pre in the server project

    return Pre\processAndRequire(__DIR__ . “

  • Let’s add web sockets to our server:
    namespace App\Socket;

    use Aerys\Request;
    use Aerys\Response;
    use Aerys\Websocket;
    use Aerys\Websocket\Endpoint;
    use FingerprintSocket implements Websocket
    {
    private $endpoint;
    private $connections = [];

    public function onStart(Endpoint $endpoint)
    {
    $this-endpoint = $endpoint;
    }

    public function onHandshake(Request $request,
    Response $response)
    {
    // $origin = $request-getHeader(“origin”);
    //
    // if ($origin !

  • == “http://127.0.0.1:8080”) {
    // $response-setStatus(403);
    // $response-end(“origin not allowed”);
    // return null;
    // }

    $info = return $info[“client_addr”];
    }

    public function onOpen(int $clientId, $address)
    {
    $this-connections[$clientId] = $address;
    }

    public function onData(int $clientId, Message $message)
    {
    $body = yield $message;

    yield $this-endpoint-send(
    $payload, $clientId
    );
    }

    public function onClose(int $clientId,
    int $code, string $reason)
    {
    }

    public function onStop()
    {
    // nothing to see here…
    }
    }

    This is from in the server project

    use Aerys\Router;
    use App\Action\ScanAction;
    use (Router $router) = {
    $router-route(
    “GET”, “/scan”, new ScanAction
    );

    $router-route(
    “GET”, “/ws”, Aerys\websocket(new FingerprintSocket)
    );
    };

    This is from routes/web.

In this comprehensive and advanced tutorial, Chris shows us how to scan fingerprints with Async PHP and React Native. The future is here!
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How to Scan Fingerprints with Async PHP and React Native — SitePoint

How to Scan Fingerprints with Async PHP and #reactnative  #reactjs

  • Our composer.json file could look something like:
    {
    “scripts”: {
    “dev”: “vendor/bin/aerys -d -c loader.php”,
    “prod”: “vendor/bin/aerys -c loader.php”
    },
    “require”: {
    “amphp/aerys”: “dev-amp_v2”,
    “pre/kitchen-sink”: “^0.1.0”
    },
    “autoload”: {
    “psr-4”: {
    “App\\”: “app”
    }
    },
    “config”: {
    “process-timeout”: 0
    },
    “minimum-stability”: “dev”,
    “prefer-stable”: true
    }

    This is from composer.json in the server project

    We can also set up a placeholder for requesting scans, along with an HTTP GET route to get to it:
    namespace App\Action;

    use Aerys\Request;
    use Aerys\Response;

    class ScanAction
    {
    public function __invoke(Request $request, Response $response)
    {
    $response-end(“requesting a scan…”);
    }
    }

    This is from app/Action/ScanAction.

  • pre in the server project

    use Aerys\Router;
    use App\Action\ScanAction;

    return (Router $router) = {
    $router-route(
    “GET”, “/scan”, new ScanAction
    );
    };

    This is from routes/web.

  • pre in the server project

    And we can start the server up with a server config file and pre-processor loader script:
    $port = 8080;

    $host = new $port);

    $host-use($router = Aerys\router());

    $web = process ‘http://127.0.0.1:{$port}’ | pbcopy”);

    This is from config.pre in the server project

    return Pre\processAndRequire(__DIR__ . “

  • Let’s add web sockets to our server:
    namespace App\Socket;

    use Aerys\Request;
    use Aerys\Response;
    use Aerys\Websocket;
    use Aerys\Websocket\Endpoint;
    use FingerprintSocket implements Websocket
    {
    private $endpoint;
    private $connections = [];

    public function onStart(Endpoint $endpoint)
    {
    $this-endpoint = $endpoint;
    }

    public function onHandshake(Request $request,
    Response $response)
    {
    // $origin = $request-getHeader(“origin”);
    //
    // if ($origin !

  • == “http://127.0.0.1:8080”) {
    // $response-setStatus(403);
    // $response-end(“origin not allowed”);
    // return null;
    // }

    $info = return $info[“client_addr”];
    }

    public function onOpen(int $clientId, $address)
    {
    $this-connections[$clientId] = $address;
    }

    public function onData(int $clientId, Message $message)
    {
    $body = yield $message;

    yield $this-endpoint-send(
    $payload, $clientId
    );
    }

    public function onClose(int $clientId,
    int $code, string $reason)
    {
    }

    public function onStop()
    {
    // nothing to see here…
    }
    }

    This is from in the server project

    use Aerys\Router;
    use App\Action\ScanAction;
    use (Router $router) = {
    $router-route(
    “GET”, “/scan”, new ScanAction
    );

    $router-route(
    “GET”, “/ws”, Aerys\websocket(new FingerprintSocket)
    );
    };

    This is from routes/web.

In this comprehensive and advanced tutorial, Chris shows us how to scan fingerprints with Async PHP and React Native. The future is here!
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The X factor – EFSBCurious – Medium

The X factor  #politics #react #reactjs

  • The X factorThe X factor : Battle of the starsThe X factor is a music competition to find new singer.
  • Korea has like this TV show.
  • When i stayed in Korea, I often watch that.
  • I like this TV show because i’m interesting and wonder that who’s be winner.Sometimes, there are extremely surprised people more than real singer.The kind of music program should keeping a long time for someone who has a dream to be singer.Dohee Kim South

The X factor is a music competition to find new singer. Korea has like this TV show. The name is K-pop star. When i stayed in Korea, I often watch that. I like this TV show because i’m interesting…
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Differences between AngularJS, VueJS and ReactJS – hello JS

Differences between #AngularJS, #VueJS and #ReactJS:

  • Another common question regarding ReactJS is whether it is necessary to learn Flux to learn ReactJS .
  • Unlike AngularJS , ReactJS is not a framework, it’s a library.
  • The prospect is that a lot of companies will still use AngularJS for quite a while.
  • It is entirely possible to write an application in ReactJS without the use of Flux and Redux .
  • The Facebook team with ReactJS solved these problems through the Virtual DOM – object that maps the whole tree of the DOM .

AngularJS is one of the most famous framework out there, gaining a lot of momentum lately. Some reasons for its popularity are: community engagement, open-source, the interest of the google team, etc…
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Is Model-View-Controller dead on the front end? – Free Code Camp

Is Model-View-Controller dead on the front end?  by @alexnmoldovan #JavaScript #ReactJS

  • Similar to the Controller, the Model is breaking the Single Responsibility Principle, because you don’t have a separate way of managing UI State and Application State .
  • Developers didn’t seem to care much about the architecture itself.
  • With the popularity of React and component-based architecture , we saw the rise of unidirectional architectures for managing application state.
  • Our current discussion of front-end vs back-end architecture only came about in late 2010.
  • Through the five-year process, front-end architecture evolved into what it is today.

More and more front-end developers are adopting unidirectional architectures. So what’s the future for the classic Model-View-Controller (MVC) approach? In order to understand how we got to this…
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