Server-side Rendering Shootout with Marko, Preact, Rax, React and Vue

Server-side rendering shootout with Marko, Preact, Rax, #ReactJS, and #VueJS:  #JavaScript

  • Virtual DOM will never be the fastest on the server – you just can’t beat strings.
  • Soon after, it was suggested that Preact be added to the benchmark and sobear (the original benchmark author) added it and continued to work on making the benchmark more fair and meaningful.
  • Vue was added to the benchmark and it was pointed out that the benchmark was not running in production mode (using process.env.NODE_ENV = ‘production’ ) and that could skew results.
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  • When compiled for the browser, rendering builds a virtual DOM tree that can be diffed directly with the browser’s DOM (powered by morphdom )- similar to the approaches in these other libraries.

Last week Alibaba announced a React-like library called Rax. Rax is a more lightweight implementation of the React renderer and it’s “universal”. It can run in Node.js, in the browser, and on top of…
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Building a pokedex with React.js and ES6

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  • In the next step, lets level up by using a public JSON API and learn how to build a miniature Pokedex.
  • In this live-coding deep dive session lets explore React with ES6 and build a crisp Pokedex using the PokeApi!!
  • Let’s start with the basics of a React component works and how to build one with ES6.
  • Setting up web pack, label for the project React Basics – Component LifeCycle, State, Props and Context Using a JSON API to serve data to the components Routing with React
  • Quick Introduction to ES6, Babel and Webpack Introduction to React & the Component Life Cycle Building a React Component Introduction to the Pokeapi Integrating Pokeapi into our app Wrapping up

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In this live­coding deep dive session lets explore React with ES6 and build a crisp Pokedex using the PokeApi!! Let's start with the basics of a React


Building a pokedex with React.js and ES6