ReactJS and The Future of Web Development

#ReactJS and The Future of #WebDevelopment:  @webbymonks

  • ReactJS is an open source JavaScript library use to build interactive user interfaces for the websites and other applications.
  • ReactJS is becoming popular in web development.
  • So, if you’re looking to create web applications with interactive UI in quick-time, then ReactJS library suite is your best choice.
  • You can build interactive user interfaces quickly with ReactJS to save valuable time and money without compromising the functionality.
  • Also, you can render ReactJS on the server-side, which is another advantage of using ReactJS for web development.

ReactJS is an interactive framework which is very simple to use. It is easy to build interactive user interface (UI) with ReactJS as per user’s persona.
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ReactJS and The Future of Web Development

Check out why ReactJS is becoming popular in Web Development?  #WebDevelopment #ReactJS

  • ReactJS is an open source JavaScript library use to build interactive user interfaces for the websites and other applications.
  • ReactJS is becoming popular in web development.
  • So, if you’re looking to create web applications with interactive UI in quick-time, then ReactJS library suite is your best choice.
  • You can build interactive user interfaces quickly with ReactJS to save valuable time and money without compromising the functionality.
  • Also, you can render ReactJS on the server-side, which is another advantage of using ReactJS for web development.

ReactJS is an interactive framework which is very simple to use. It is easy to build interactive user interface (UI) with ReactJS as per user’s persona.
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How to Lazy Load features using React and Webpack – codeburst

How to Lazy Load features using #ReactJS and #Webpack:  by @notgiorgi

  • We don’t want to load our app’s whole component library when user enters our site.
  • We need to load components on demand, and after initial load, cache them in the memory for further use.Also we want lazy loading logic to be separated from the component implementations.We can solve this problem using Webpack import functions and Higher order components.Our HOC takes two arguments, second is the component which will be shown while component is loading, because we don’t want our users to be looking at the blank screen.First argument is the getComponent function, this is where we call Webpack import:One might ask why we don’t pass the path directly to the HOC.
  • E.g. if we do something like this: Webpack will bundle all the files in the .
  • If we pass the whole string directly import(‘.
  • But we cannot do this: path = import(path), because Webpack won’t know which files to consider, it won’t have any pattern to match files against.So our HOC, calls import before it mounts and displays the spinner while component is being downloaded.This way we can easily convert any statically imported component into lazy-loadable one.

In the modern web, every kilobyte matters. We don’t want to load our app’s whole component library when user enters our site. We need to load components on demand, and after initial load, cache them…
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How to Lazy Load features using React and Webpack – codeburst

  • We don’t want to load our app’s whole component library when user enters our site.
  • We need to load components on demand, and after initial load, cache them in the memory for further use.Also we want lazy loading logic to be separated from the component implementations.We can solve this problem using Webpack import functions and Higher order components.Our HOC takes two arguments, second is the component which will be shown while component is loading, because we don’t want our users to be looking at the blank screen.First argument is the getComponent function, this is where we call Webpack import:One might ask why we don’t pass the path directly to the HOC.
  • E.g. if we do something like this: Webpack will bundle all the files in the .
  • If we pass the whole string directly import(‘.
  • But we cannot do this: path = import(path), because Webpack won’t know which files to consider, it won’t have any pattern to match files against.So our HOC, calls import before it mounts and displays the spinner while component is being downloaded.This way we can easily convert any statically imported component into lazy-loadable one.

In the modern web, every kilobyte matters. We don’t want to load our app’s whole component library when user enters our site. We need to load components on demand, and after initial load, cache them…
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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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[Modern Web] React + X: Best practices for reusable UI components // Speaker Deck

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  • [Modern Web] React + X: Best practices for reusable UI components
  • Slides for my talk at the Modern Web meetup at Netflix on September 14, 2016.
  • Senior UI Engineer @ Netflix @marsjosephine on Twitter
  • by Mars Jullian

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