- Using Bit, you can isolate these sets of files (we call code components) from your project and share them with the open source community, while keeping their source project private and intact.
- js – │ └── index.js – └── utils – └── noop.jsBefore Bit, we would have to create a new GitHub project for this component, remove hello-world from your private project and make all its dependancies (packages as well as other files from the project) available for the new project.
- With Bit, you can keep this component as part of your private project and still make it available to the community to discover, use and collaborate on.
- Open source parts of your project to the communityTo make sure your components are truly executable outside of the project’s context, Bit will build an isolated component environment and apply all configured extensions to test, compile or perform any other defined task.
- You can also use bit import to bring the component’s source code into other projects, develop them and merge changes between different projects.
How to make parts of your private projects open source and make their components available to the community without having to split your repositories or create new projects on GitHub. Learn more.
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- This whole write-up is based off this site – Dinesh Pandiyan | Full Stack Dev – – A few weeks back I created Dev Landing Page and wrote a blog post about it.
- I am no UI expert but in recent times I’ve took a liking towards responsive design, animations, flexbox, and other fancy CSS features.
- While looking for inspiration, I stumbled across Ali Spittel’s post How I Re-Wrote my Portfolio Site.
- Of all these, 1 of my 3 favorite themes will be applied when the site loads.
- I gotta say, theme magic is my most favorite feature of the site ✨ – – Sass could be a powerful tool if you know how to use it right.
Awesome Portfolio written in React
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- How Redux Can Make You a Better Developer When React came out I was really amazed with its easiness of use and learning curve.
- When I first started learning React I wasn’t aware of the fact that React is just a library and not a fully fledged framework.
- Other frameworks would give you solutions and architecture out of the box which is not the case with React lib.
- Getting from Redux to a state machine This article is about Stent – a Redux-liked library that creates and manages state machines.
- In this post we’ll break down the “Redirects (Auth)” example on the React Router documentation to learn how to create authenticated routes (routes that only certain users can access based on their authentication status) using React Router.
When React came out I was really amazed with its easiness of use and learning curve. When I first started learning React I wasn’t aware of the fact that React is just a library and not a fully fledged framework. I wasn’t aware that I would need to make all decisions about architecture and what exactly I would need to use in order to solve some common tasks. Other frameworks would give you solutions and architecture out of the box which is not the case with React lib. Yes, someone might say that I was naive and dumb but that naivety and my will to learn new things pushed me forward and made me a better developer and decision maker.
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- React Native it’s a very new technology announced on the beginning of 2015 – just a couple years ago – where the main objective is to allow the development of mobile apps using the same design as React, letting you compose a rich mobile UI from declarative components.
- I had a really great time working with React Native and after developing the base components I felt that creating new screens was even faster than coding on native languages.
React Native main objective is to allow the development of mobile apps using the same design as React.
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- Conference 2017 edition involved 1100+ attendees, 25+ speakers, 20+ sponsors, 30+ partners and 19 crew, making it the biggest React Focused event of the year!
- — Michel WeststrateUniversal React — Mike GrabowskiThe rest can be found on our YouTube Channel: day coverage Photo Album:This huge success definitely would not be possible without people, who took faith in our initiative and came to the event, many of them travelling from overseas — our speakers and attendees are coming from more than 17 countries!
- Meet them, faces and voices of React Amsterdam, our attendees, speakers and sponsors:It was yuuuuge.
- They scaled very well, and ran an incredibly smooth and professional event.Aaron Greenwald, SpeakerReact Amsterdam was the first conference I attended since moving from Brazil to Europe, and I’d say I’m off to a great start: high-level venue, high-level talks, high-level attendees.
- So we definitely ask from our developers again next year who want to visit lovely Amsterdam.Alma Developers, AttendeesOur developer team from Düsseldorf took a day off and ventured out to visit React Amsterdam this year.The conference is possibly the biggest and most important React and React Native event outside of the Bay Area.
React Amsterdam took the scene by storm, growing 5x in size within a year. Conference 2017 edition involved 1100+ attendees, 25+ speakers, 20+ sponsors, 30+ partners and 19 crew, making it the…
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- We are looking for a full-stack developer to join our development team.
- We are looking for a frontend engineer to join our development team.
- Tech-Nomad – React / React-Native – Flowtype enthusiast
This time we are going to have three talks by our local heros Ali, Karl and Patrick. In general talks and discussions are not limited to ReactJS and may include related subjects like Elm, RxJS, Redux,
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- Each React component is readable and maintainable and you know where to make the changes and how your changes will affect the complete system.
- You have the power to reuse the components as building blocks for the system.
- Using shouldComponentUpdate , we can also optimise the rendering of react components as per requirements and minimising costly dom operations.
- Facebook has provided a Rect dev tool as chrome extension to inspect the components.
- Data is trickled down from parent component to child components.
At UrbanClap, we love exploring new things — new libraries, frameworks and new ways of doing things more efficiently. We love anything that makes our work efficient by adding more value to our…
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