React Native source maps tool

  • A new tool is available to make it easier to upload source maps for React Native projects using Bugsnag.
  • Source maps are required to translate the minified JavaScript errors into meaningful, actionable stack traces.
  • bugsnag-sourcemaps makes it easy to reliably upload source maps across Android and iOS in release and debug builds.
  • Find out more in our React Native docs.

A new tool is available to make it easier to upload source maps for React Native projects using Bugsnag.
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Introducing Create React Native App

  • Today we’re announcing Create React Native App: a new tool that makes it significantly easier to get started with a React Native project!
  • With Create React Native App, there’s no need to use Xcode or Android Studio, and you can develop for your iOS device using Linux or Windows.
  • This is accomplished using the Expo app, which loads and runs CRNA projects written in pure JavaScript without compiling any native code.
  • Try creating a new project (replace with suitable yarn commands if you have it installed):

    This will start the React Native packager and print a QR code.

  • Create React Native App is now stable enough for general use, which means we’re very eager to hear about your experience using it!

Today we’re announcing Create React Native App: a new tool that makes it significantly easier to get started with a React Native project! It’s heavily inspired by the design of Create React App and is the product of a collaboration between Facebook and Expo (formerly Exponent).
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React Best Practices – Medium

Check out these useful #ReactJS best practices:

  • The best way to create a parent container is to clone the children and pass down the desired props.
  • Use Smart and Dumb Components : There is not much to say other than you don’t need to have a state in every object.
  • The whole idea of using React is code re-usability so if you just throw everything in one file you are losing the beauty of React.
  • I personally use Redux because it forces you to have a more controlled file structure.
  • Anyone with enough experience understands how much of a hassle this is to maintain and how much load it takes on the browser if you render every component every time.

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@ReactiveConf: “Check out these useful #ReactJS best practices:”


Lately React has been becoming the new tool used by developers to create everything from a single page application to mobile applications…


React Best Practices – Medium

Facebook’s New Open Source Project Helps You Create Apps Easily With React.js

#PHP #Python Facebook’s New Open Source Project Helps You Create Apps Easily With React.js

  • While the tool is open source, the decision to provide no configuration options in the tool might upset some people.
  • By removing configuration needs and cutting down the dependencies, this tool could prove to be useful for experienced as well as novice developers.
  • Short Bytes: To make the app creation process in JavaScript much easier, Facebook has launched a new tool called Create React App.
  • If you are into writing JavaScript-based apps, this tool could be of great use to you.
  • Making things streamlined, the new tool brings you to the world of command line.

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@PlPro4u: “#PHP #Python Facebook’s New Open Source Project Helps You Create Apps Easily With React.js”


To make the app creation process in JavaScript much easier, Facebook has launched a new tool called Create React App. This tool lets one avoid the tussle of configuring the JavaScript environment and eliminates dependencies.


Facebook’s New Open Source Project Helps You Create Apps Easily With React.js

Facebook’s new open source project makes it easier to get started with React – TechCrunch

  • You can always run a single command that will essentially ‘eject’ your configuration and build dependencies into a new project that is independent of Create React App.
  • With Create React App (which is definitely a very descriptive name), developers won’t have to worry about configuration files and their environment will be set up for developer and production automatically.
  • Facebook’s React project is an open source library that allows developers to quickly build apps and their user interfaces in JavaScript.
  • To help these React users get up and running with React, the company today launched “Create React App,” a new open source project born out of a hackathon that bundles the tools it takes to get started with React into a single command-line tool.
  • “We knew that such projects traditionally haven’t been very successful in the React ecosystem,” Facebook’s Dan Abramov writes in today’s announcement. “

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@mannydesignsco: “”Facebook’s new open source project makes it easier to get started with React” #developers #reactjs #javascript”


Facebook’s React project is an open source library that allows developers to quickly build apps and their user interfaces in JavaScript. But that’s a bit of an understatement, because besides JavaScript, you also have to learn a lot of tools to simply set up a React project.


Facebook’s new open source project makes it easier to get started with React – TechCrunch