Are you our next hire?

  • We are a young company still establishing our stack and processes, so being open to trying new languages and technologies is a must, as is putting forth honest and reasoned opinions on what works and doesn’t.
  • At the moment we are using ReasonML, GraphQL, JavaScript, Python, React Native, Docker, MYSQL, RethinkDB, and AWS Lambda.
  • We are looking for a new developer, whose first responsibility will be writing React Native apps in ReasonML.
  • You don’t have to have experience with these technologies, as long as you are willing and able to learn – – We expect you to have a good understanding of JavaScript, HTML/CSS, and web development in general.

We are a young company still establishing our stack and processes, so being open to trying new languages and technologies is a must, as is putting forth honest and reasoned opinions on what works and doesn’t. At the moment we are using ReasonML, GraphQL, JavaScript, Python, React Native, Docker, MYSQL, RethinkDB, and AWS Lambda.
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Learn React Native with this Awesome Online Course – codeburst

  • Learn React Native with this Awesome Online CourseReact Native is the future of mobile app development.
  • Learn how to develop in both IOS and Android!If you’re tired of learning Swift or Android, or BOTH, then this is the course for you.
  • React Native allows you to write code that runs natively in both Apple and Android at the same time!This course will get you up and running with React Native quickly, and teach you the core knowledge you need to deeply understand and build React components for mobile devices — Plus, you get to build some really cool apps in the course!Disclosure: I write reviews and receive compensation from the companies whose products I review.
  • I have experience with every course below, and I only recommend the best.

If you’re tired of learning Swift or Android, or BOTH, then this is the course for you. React Native allows you to write code that runs natively in both Apple and Android at the same time! This…
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3 Best React JS Courses – codeburst

  • Top 3 React JS CoursesInstructor: Stephen Grider || 26.5 Hours of Video || 52,109 StudentsStephen Grider’s Modern React with ReduxStephen Grider is the King of React.
  • He has created 11 courses teaching React and has over 86,000 enrolled students!
  • He knows not only how to create great content — but also how to be a great instructor.This course is his introductory React JS course.
  • He starts from the ground up, and introduces and explains every topic along the way.Not only will you walk about with a great foundation and understanding of React, but you’ll also understand the basics of Redux — which is really, really important for scaling applications (aka getting a job with a React).
  • That means you won’t just be coding along with a video — you’ll be learning while creating real world, production ready web applications!Click here to learn more or to sign up!PS: Stephen also offers an Advanced React course which you can take after this one, or if you already have some beginner React experience!

React is currently in the top ten for developer salaries and it’s the #1 fastest growing JavaScript Framework. It’s easy to get started with, and there are a ton of jobs and opportunities React can…
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Which indentation style you prefer for JSX code?

Which indentation style do you prefer for JSX code? 🤔 #ReactJS #JavaScript

  • return (
    Content

    )

  • Marko Stijak asked a question · 17 hours ago
  • @mstijak looks interesting, but I’m a bit turned off by the inclusion of a component library.
  • If I’m going to use a library I tend to gravitate toward those that are more atomic in their scope, plus the Vue community is incredible 🙂
  • Mainly Multiline, although most times I enclose the jsx return between ( ) just for clarity ..

There are a couple of ways to indent JSX code. Which style you find to be the best:

One liners
return <div className="well" style={{ border: . One liners VS Line per attribute, regular indent VS Line per attribute, aligned VS Multiline.
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An Unfair Head Start for your React Native Apps.

The ideal starting app for React Native ! go to  #reactnative @infinite_red

  • Every component you write can have a live example for the Style Guide in the Component Examples screen.
  • An Unfair Head Start for your React Native Apps.
  • Help identify differences with the Device Info screen.
  • 3rd party libraries and functionality examples can be demonstrated on our Usage Examples screen.
  • We use our generators to stub screens and functionality that every app needs!

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@steevivo: “The ideal starting app for React Native ! go to #reactnative @infinite_red”


Ignite is an active React Native repo, invaluable to neophytes as well as seasoned
professionals. As React Native grows in strength, so does Ignite.


An Unfair Head Start for your React Native Apps.