Welcome on Front-Commerce’s Demo Store

  • With Front-Commerce, you can integrate content and data from any API on your front-end.
  • With Front-Commerce, you can integrate content and data from any API on your front-end.

Site de démonstration d’une plateforme e-commerce dynamique et épurée.
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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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React Native Mobile Apps (iOS and Android)

React Native Mobile Apps (IOS And Android) – The Practical Guide
  

#ReactNative

  • React Native Mobile Apps (iOS and Android) – Use React Native and your React knowledge and take your web development skills to build native iOS and Android Apps – – Mobile applications are one of the best ways to engage with users – no wonder everyone wants to build one!
  • Wouldn’t it be great if you could use your web development knowledge, combined with your React knowledge, to build mobile apps with that?
  • No need to learn Java, Android, Swift, ObjectiveC or anything of that – React and JavaScript is all you need to create awesome native mobile apps that work on both Android and iOS.
  • I’ll teach you all you need to create your own React Native apps, publish them to the Google Play Store and Apple App Store and dive really deep into the React Native ecosystem.
  • You’ll learn all about the theory behind React Native, its core concepts, how to build responsive designs that work on different device sizes, how to animate React Native apps, how to navigate around, use maps and the camera and so much more!

React Native Mobile Apps- The Practical Guide- Use React Native and your React knowledge and take your web development skills to build native iOS and Android Apps
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How and Why to Bind a Callback Function in React Components

How and Why to Bind a Callback Function in #reactjs Components  #javascript

  • If you ask yourself, why you even have to bind callback functions and when you actually have to do this, this article is for you: Today we’re going to learn about binding the  keyword in React components.
  • Avoid binding by using the public class fields syntax, or bind your callbacks inside the constructor.
  • Another way to bind  is to do so in your parent component’s constructor by calling for your callback function: – – That’s it!
  • Instead of binding the callback function in your constructor, you can do so while passing it through a prop: – – Note: Whenever your component is re-rendered, returns a new function and passes it down your component tree.
  • Instead of using the public class field syntax, you could directly pass an arrow function down your props: – – Note: Like in the previous example, this creates a new callback each time your component is re-rendered and may cause unnecessary re-rendering of your component tree.

Why do we need to bind ‘this’? What’s the best way to bind a callback function in React components? Read about the why and how in this article and never worry about binding callbacks again!
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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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React.js Overview via Alex Azarov  #webdev

React.js Overview via Alex Azarov  #webdev

  • Comparing React.js with Angular or other MVC frameworks makes no sense since React is just a representation.
  • Thus, a = b + c, and A will always depend on the values of B an C. – – React constantly works with the DOM, re-rendering it when conditions change (the part of the DOM that is changed by React.js is called a component).
  • Prior to React, such a practice would have seriously affected the application’s performance, but the developers of React.js approached this problem quite radically: they completely rewrote the DOM in JavaScript.
  • An important feature of React.js is the use of JSX.
  • There exist other extensions for React.js, however, considering the “weight” of the framework, their use should be minimized.

A discussion of the React.js web development framework, the pros and cons of this development tool, and who would be best suited using React in their projects.
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Build Native Mobile Apps in this React Native Tutorial

React Native :The Practical Guide

#reactnative #reactjs #mobileapps

  • Wouldn’t it be great if you could use your web development knowledge, combined with your React knowledge, to build mobile apps with that?
  • No need to learn Java, Android, Swift, ObjectiveC or anything of that – React and JavaScript is all you need to create awesome native mobile apps that work on both Android and iOS.
  • I’ll teach you all you need to create your own React Native apps, publish them to the Google Play Store and Apple App Store and dive really deep into the React Native ecosystem.
  • You’ll learn all about the theory behind React Native, its core concepts, how to build responsive designs that work on different device sizes, how to animate React Native apps, how to navigate around, use maps and the camera and so much more – – And which better way to learn…
  • We’ll build the ‘Awesome Places’ app in this course, an app where users can share amazing pictures and the location where they took them.

This React native tutorial is the practical guide to help you to build your own native iOS and android apps from scratch. Enroll to boost your react knowledge
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Using RxJS with React.js: Part 2— Streaming props to Component

Using RxJS with React.js: Part 2- Streaming props to Component

  • (Check out FrintJS on GitHub for more documentation on combining the power of RxJS with React)The base ComponentBefore going too deep, let’s decide what we want to demonstrate first.We have a regular React Component accepting interval as a prop, and rendering it:import React from ‘react’;const MyComponent = React.createClass({ render() {…
  • But we want the interval to be updated every second, and the value can come from an RxJS Observable.Interval ObservableWriting an Observable that emits a value every X milliseconds with RxJS is as simple as:import { Observable } from ‘rxjs’;const interval$ = Observable.interval(1000); // emits every 1 secondStreaming props object…
  • Now we need to map the observable output, and keep passing a props-compatible object to our component every time the observable emits a new value.We can visualize the props object over time below:Illustration of props object in the Component over timeThe Higher-Order ComponentWe can map our initial interval observable as a…
  • FrintJS already comes with an HoC called observe which we can use directly in our code:import { observe } from ‘frint-react’;const ObservedComponent = observe(function () { const interval$ = Observable.interval(1000); return interval$ .
  • map(function (x) { // `x` is an integer return { // mapping it to a props-compatible object interval: x }; });})(MyComponent);Whenever the new ObservedComponent is rendered, it will keep updating itself with latest interval value, every second.Now you can keep your Components as small and declarative as possible, while doing…

In this post, we will take a look at how we can stream the output of an Observable as props to a Component. It’s as simple as it can get with the Component. But we want the interval to be updated…
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The Beginner’s Guide to ReactJS – kentcdodds

  • You can find it here: http://kcd.im/news-a11yTwo weeks ago, my newsletter was an overview of the Advanced React Component Patterns course (that’s been published today!)
  • This week I’d like to talk a little bit about the other course that was published: The Beginner’s Guide to ReactJS.In the beginner’s course every lesson is an individual index.html file.
  • If you ever teach a total beginner React, make sure that you help them get a solid understanding that creating React elements is not magic and that JSX is a really simple abstraction on top of React.createElement.
  • Learn React Fundamentals and Advanced Patterns — I’m just pretty excited about the course release!Egghead.io Sale — Save 30% on a year subscription!ReactPrimer – React component prototyping tool that generates fully connected class component code.Partial Application Lambda Parameter Syntax for JavaScript — Awesome use of babel-macrosUsing Glitch as a UNIX command line playground — Interesting idea!Some tweets from…
  • 🧟🧟‍♂️🏹 29 Nov 2017I’m having a conversation about semicolons again️ 30 Nov 2017Next language I learn will be @reasonml 👌 3 Dec my big announcement!My @eggheadio courses have been published and are totally FREE!“Learn React Fundamentals and Advanced Patterns” 4 Dec 2017P.

The course is free forever on Egghead.io! Let’s talk about how it teaches even developers experienced with React ⚛️ NOTE: This is a cross-post from my newsletter. I publish each email two weeks after…
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