- ESLint rules apply for a lot of different code style use cases.
- We could use other extensions as well, but at this time the Airbnb Code Style and the according ESLint configuration are very popular and well accepted by developers.
You want to setup ESLint in your ReactJs project? But your project includes Babel and Webpack? This article will guide you through all the options with style guides such as Airbnb’s style guide, the setup process for ESLint in React, and more beneficial recommendations to follow styling rules in your project …
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- React Amsterdam is a celebration of good things coming together: – – React that rocks and spring in Amsterdam that blossoms – – A full-day, two-track conference on all things React, gathering Front-end and Full-stack developers across the globe in the tech heart of Europe.
- Mark your calendars for the biggest React community event.
- Check out the the after-movie and mood videos from React Amsterdam 2017 edition: – – Check out our YouTube channel for more talk recordings of previous editions and meetups.
React Amsterdam is a full day two-track conference of all things React, gathering Front End developers across the globe in the tech heart of Europe.
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- Well, it’s safe to use code from Facebook’s React.js library in open source projects.
- At issue is a license Facebook created by taking an existing open source license, modifying it with a short patent caveat, then calling it the BSD+Patents license.
- The issue was with the patent clause Facebook had added to the license, which states that anyone using the code, directly or indirectly, cannot take legal action against Facebook for any patent infringement involving any software without losing the right to use and distribute the code.
- The problem wasn’t with patent protections: Many open source licenses, including Apache, have patent clauses preventing users from suing over any patents the covered software might infringe, but Facebook’s license seeks to protect the company from infringement by any and all of its software.
- Then on Friday, Facebook’s engineering director, Adam Wolff, announced in a blog post, “Next week, we are going to relicense our open source projects React, Jest, Flow, and Immutable.js under the MIT license.
It’s safe to go back in the water again. Well, it’s safe to use code from Facebook’s React.js library in open source projects. The folks at the social site have done an about-face and will be changing React.js’s license to MIT, along with the licenses for Jest, Flow and Immutable.js. The announcement came exactly a month after we reported on a licensing brouhaha that had resulted in a standoff between Facebook and the Apache Foundation.
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- 22 Amazing open source React projectsThis is a collection of open source apps built with React.JS library.
- In this observation, we compared nearly 800 popular React projects to pick the top 22.
- Open source projects can be useful both for beginners to learn from reading the code and for advanced programmers to save time by using the existing code.
- The aim of this collection is to help you pick a great project right away without having to spend hours of searching.Note that React UI components, boilerplates, tools and frameworks are separated out to make this curation more specific to full-working apps built with React.Updated: 27 February 2017
This is a collection of open source apps built with React.JS library. In this observation, we compared nearly 800 popular React projects to pick the top 22. (React Native: 11, React: 11) To evaluate…
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- TL;DR;appr builds and deploys pull requests in your create-react-native-app and Expo-based projects, and posts a link and a QR code to your PR, so you can run the app on your device or emulator in seconds!Great teams review their codeI’m sure you’ll agree: Code reviews are a useful tool in a development team’s workflow.
- You wouldn’t release code to production without having another pair of eyes on it first, would you?Thankfully, GitHub makes code reviews simple.
- Netlify offers the same functionality for deploying static front end sites.Sadly, this one-click workflow hasn’t been available to mobile developers without setting up complex build and deployment pipelines, and even then, installing an app to be able to test a simple change still takes way too long.Inspired by Expo Sketch, I wanted to see if it would be possible to set up review apps for React Native.Introducing apprAppr is a script that deploys pull requests in your project to Expo, and posts a link and a QR code to your PR.
- Point your Expo app camera to the QR code and the review app will launch on your device.
- Switching to your preferred CI should be easy, and PRs to add support are welcome!To make testing your pull requests easy, head to FormidableLabs/appr on GitHub and follow the simple Getting started guide to add appr to your project!
Jani builds React Native apps at Formidable, a Seattle/London-based consultancy and open-source shop. You can follow him on Twitter as @jevakallio. appr builds and deploys pull requests in your…
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- The next step is integrating the event system into Fiber.
- Collaborating with Andrew on error boundaries and batching in Fiber.
- We added an internal opt-in flag for employees to render Facebook.com with Fiber.
- New PRs now need to run scripts/fiber/record-tests so that we can catch unexpected Fiber regressions.
- Working on a major refactoring of the event system.
core-notes – Weekly meeting notes from the React core team
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- It was first open-sourced at JSConf US in May 2013 when most people did not take the first open source project from Facebook seriously.
- In addition to learning about the latest in React, I was surprised to hear Tom Occhino talk about what it’s like to run open source projects at Facebook.
- The project attracted people who really understood the mission and became not only advocates, but also long time contributors.
- Tom Occhino is an Engineering Manager at Facebook and one of the creators of React Native.
Few days ago I went to a React meetup at Eventbrite in SF with my friend Jack from Pinterest. In addition to learning about the latest in…
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