- Here are three ways I’ve found to make React presentational components work as re-usable building blocks.
- Here are two stories for a text input component: the first shows the component in its valid state, and the second show the component in its invalid state.
- Instead, extract a new component and pull it up: – – Let the container decide explicitly when and where show presentational components.
- As you keep pulling presentational components up, they start looking like enhanced native elements, so you’d like to be able to pass all props you would pass to a native element, like or .
- Inside the component, extract the props you’ve defined yourself and pass the rest to the element that you’re wrapping: – – Here, we’re separating the prop from the rest, and passing the remaining props to the element.
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- Windows 10 Redstone 2 builds will launch for PC first, for Mobile “a few weeks after” in Front Page News
- Canonical says that React Native apps that are built on, or ported to Ubuntu will “react” to converged environments, meaning the app can be run on desktop, tablet or mobile.
- React Native allows developers to build applications using Facebook’s React.js, but provides developers with the ability to make their application feel like a first-class app, no matter what operating system it runs on, by using native user interface components directly.
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@NeowinFeed: “Ubuntu now supports popular React Native for first-class webapps”
Ubuntu now has support for the popular framework, React Native. The framework allows web applications to have a native user interface, making them feel like first-class apps on any platform.
Ubuntu now supports popular React Native for first-class webapps