7 Best Javascript Frameworks 2017 For Web Developers

  • Node.js provides server-side scripting feature as javascript Frameworks to runs server-side scripts to produce dynamic web page content.
  • Angular JS 2 stand among the most popular Javascript frameworks which is used by many developers to build and maintain complex web applications.
  • It contains different functionalities similar to other javaScript frameworks contains  which support other parts of the application in a form of services & also improves the existing modules into ES6 modules.
  • Vue collaborates with WEEX, which is a cross-platform UI framework which uses Vue as its best Javascript frameworks for runtime which helps to use same Vue component syntax as well as other components that cannot be rendered in the Browser & also natively on iOS and Android.
  • Hence, Many JavaScript frameworks offer innovative features to manage complexity in web applications with an integrated development toolkit that enables rapid iteration.

JavaScript is a scripting language used in web development to add dynamic and interactive elements to the websites using various Javascript Frameworks
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7 Best Javascript Frameworks To Learn In 2017

  • Node.js is an open-source & cross-platform for best JavaScript frameworks which uses run-time environment for executing JavaScript code on server-side.
  • Angular JS 2 is the most popular as well as best JavaScript frameworks used by many developers to build and maintain complex web applications.
  • A JavaScript framework contains different functionalities which support other parts of the application in a form of services & also improves the existing modules into ES6 modules.
  • Vue collaborates with WEEX, which is a cross-platform UI framework which uses Vue as its best JavaScript frameworks runtime which helps to use same Vue component syntax as well as other components that cannot be rendered in the Browser & also natively on iOS and Android.
  • Ember is a best JavaScript frameworks with front-end design to build websites with rich and complex applications.

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7 Best Javascript Frameworks To Learn In 2017

  • Node.js is an open-source & cross-platform for best JavaScript frameworks which uses run-time environment for executing JavaScript code on server-side.
  • Angular JS 2 is the most popular as well as best JavaScript frameworks used by many developers to build and maintain complex web applications.
  • A JavaScript framework contains different functionalities which support other parts of the application in a form of services & also improves the existing modules into ES6 modules.
  • Vue collaborates with WEEX, which is a cross-platform UI framework which uses Vue as its best JavaScript frameworks runtime which helps to use same Vue component syntax as well as other components that cannot be rendered in the Browser & also natively on iOS and Android.
  • Ember is a best JavaScript frameworks with front-end design to build websites with rich and complex applications.

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Apache Foundation and Facebook in Standoff Over React.js License

  • It started on July 15 when the Apache Foundation’s legal affairs director, Chris Mattmann, made a comment to a thread on a discussion board that began two months discussing a little quirk that had been found in the wording of Facebook’s open source BSD-plus-Patents license.
  • The “offending” license, loosely called BSD+Patents, is Facebook’s own open source license, which is pretty much a copy of another popular open source license, the BSD 3-clause license, the later being compatible with Apache and most other “permissive” licenses.
  • “Facebook’s license is basically BSD3 with the patents conditions ‘tacked’ on,'” Jim Jagielski, former president and current board member of the Apache Foundation explained to IT Pro.
  • In a blog post from July, Bruce Perens, the main author of The Open Source Definition and co-founder of the Open Source Initiative, explained the problem in more detail:

    The widespread use of code from Facebook maintained React.js, a popular developer tool for building interfaces with JavaScript, is the reason why this issue is particularly problematic for Apache.

  • Perhaps more damage will come from large corporations with considerable patent portfolios that have integrated Facebook’s open source projects into their own data centers.

So far neither side has blinked in a standoff that most likely hasn’t ended yet.
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Facebook Isn’t Budging on React’s BSD + Patents License – WordPress Tavern

Facebook Isn’t Budging on React’s BSD + Patents License  #reactjs #WordPress

  • Last month React users petitioned Facebook to relicense the project (and its other open source projects) after the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) added Facebook’s BSD+Patents license to its Category X list of disallowed licenses for Apache PMC members.
  • The request for re-licensing had received 851 “thumbs-up” reactions on GitHub and many developers commented to say that the ASF’s policy disallowing the BSD+Patents license affects their organizations’ ability to continue using React and other open source projects from Facebook.
  • Wolff’s post announcing Facebook’s decision said that the team has not done a good job of communicating the reasons behind its BSD + Patents license and offered a more in-depth explanation:

    As our business has become successful, we’ve become a larger target for meritless patent litigation.

  • “While we respect this decision, it hurts to see so many great ASF projects get churned for policy reasons after using this license for years,” Wolff said in Facebook’s announcement.
  • The company made it clear that they will not be re-licensing React or any other projects simply to satisfy ASF’s policy requirements.

Last month React users petitioned Facebook to relicense the project (and its other open source projects) after the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) added Facebook’s BSD+Patents license to its Category X list of disallowed licenses for Apache PMC members. Participants and subscribers to the GitHub thread waited weeks for a decision on re-licensing while Facebook’s engineering directors discussed the matter internally. The request has now formally been denied.
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Mocking API responses with React Apollo – Carlos Martinez – Medium

  • Mocking API responses with React ApolloApollo Client and the GraphQL tools that have been made open source within the last years are pretty awesome, the community that is being builded around them is great.
  • However, as with every new technology, there are a lot of things that need to mature and improve.Documentation on testing is definitely one of the bits that needs a lot of improvements, it isn’t clear what to do, and I personally found myself digging into the source code to understand what to do.One of the problems I faced was that I wanted to use mock responses when testing my app components, and there are at least two ways of doing this:The first way is to use graphql-tools.
  • From their docs:This package allows you to use the GraphQL schema language to build your GraphQL.js schema, and also includes useful schema tools like per-type mocking.You can use this library together with a custom MockNetworkInterface to return mocked responses to your components:const { mockServer } = require(“graphql-tools”);const { print } = MockNetworkInterface { constructor(schema, mocks = {}) { if (!
  • schema) { throw new Error(‘Cannot create Mock Api without specifying a schema’); } this.mockServer = mockServer(schema, mocks); } query(request) { return request.variables); }}This is nice, and very flexible, with graphql-tools you can do pretty much whatever you do in your actual API.What I didn’t like about this approach is that you need your schema in sync with the schema defined in your API (you can do this making an instrospection query to your backend), I also found this approach overcomplicates things unnecessarily.The second (and simpler) approach I found was to use the mockNetworkInterface class, this class is defined in react-apollo/test-utils, you can have a peek on it here.To use it, you first need to define some Mock Requests (these requests need to be exactly the same your components will make):const GraphQLMocks = [ { request: { query: UserProfileQuery, variables: {} }, result: { data: { current_user: { id: 1, first_name: ‘Foo’, last_name: ‘Bar’, email: ‘foo@example.com’ } } } }];The UserProfileQuery is exported from your component:export const UserProfileQuery = gql` query userProfile { current_user { id first_name last_name email } }`;And this is how you use it to setup your tests:import { mockNetworkInterface } from ApolloClient from ‘apollo-client’;import { ApolloProvider } from ‘react-apollo’;import { mount } from ‘enzyme’;import App from ‘.
  • /App.js’;import React from ‘react’;const setupTests = () = { const networkInterface = // or mocks); const client = new ApolloClient({ networkInterface, addTypename: false }); const wrapper = mount( ApolloProvider client={client} App / /ApolloProvider ); return { wrapper };};It is important that you pass addTypename: false to ApolloClient, otherwise you would have to include a __typename field in all your mocks and queries.Now any queries your components make will be handled by your mocked responses, you have full control of what you want to return.And that’s it!

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7 Best Javascript Frameworks To Learn In 2017

  • Node.js is an open-source & cross-platform for best JavaScript frameworks which uses run-time environment for executing JavaScript code on server-side.
  • Angular JS 2 is the most popular as well as best JavaScript frameworks used by many developers to build and maintain complex web applications.
  • A JavaScript framework contains different functionalities which support other parts of the application in a form of services & also improves the existing modules into ES6 modules.
  • Vue collaborates with WEEX, which is a cross-platform UI framework which uses Vue as its best JavaScript frameworks runtime which helps to use same Vue component syntax as well as other components that cannot be rendered in the Browser & also natively on iOS and Android.
  • Ember is a best JavaScript frameworks with front-end design to build websites with rich and complex applications.

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