Why and When Cordova is better then React Native ? – codeburst

Why and When Cordova is better then #reactnative ?

  • Your project is both web and mobile application.With Cordova Wrapper you can build a hybrid application reusing the website codebase.
  • DOCTYPE htmlhtmlhead meta charset=”utf-8″ //headbody% if %script src=”cordova.js”/script% } %/body/htmlInside the codebase, we can check weather its a cordova app(mobile app) by checking window.cordova object and calling native functions.if(window.cordova){ approach which is pretty awesome is to have one single web application, which will be accessed both by web-browsers and mobile…
  • Using Cordova, we create TV apps for seat-back screens that provide passengers with a set menu of the in-flight entertainment system.Nevertheless, React Native is targeting Android and iOS platforms.Cordova Platform If you need a native-like performance of your app why use React-Native, and if you don’t, why use it anyway?If…
  • Neither Cordova nor React Native is a native application and cannot compete with real native apps.
  • Since JavaScript is single threaded, we may have trouble running our React Native or Cordova application.

I have three years’ of experience as a JavaScript app developer and I am working both with React-Native and Cordova wrapper. And I once again concluded that there is no such thing as ‘the perfect…
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Designing Apps using Webflow – ConsciousApps – Medium

Hey React folks, give a try to designing apps using Webflow:  #ReactJS

  • Clearly, styling components from hand using CSS is tough… and not necessary when you have Webflow.
  • Instead, within Webflow, you design each component from scratch.
  • Let’s say you want to create a series of buttons:As you’re designing these individual components in Webflow, be sure to assign them unique classNames since you’ll later be using these classes inside your React component.
  • Once the components look exactly the way you want—and perform all the actions you want (such as on focus, hover, etc.) — simply export the code from within Webflow, like this:Highlight and copy the CSS and paste it into a CSS file that’s called from your root index.html file:link rel=”stylesheet” href=”assets/css/index.
  • css” /Inside your react components, then, simply call the CSS styles, like this:So much easier than creating all this CSS from hand!CSS code exported from Webflow.You can even add nifty transitions inside Webflow!

Anyone who’s talked to me for more than a few minutes about website and app development knows I’m a big fan of Webflow. What used to take me hours to create using raw html, css, and javascript, now…
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React JS, Angular & Vue JS

  • There are lots of different frameworks like Angular, React or Vue, libraries and other packages (like webpack).
  • You’ll get an introduction into the three most important JavaScript frameworks (Angular, React.js and Vue.js) and you’ll also get a detailed comparison!
  • This will then allow you to pick other resources or courses to dive super-deep into your chosen framework whilst having a solid foundation already.
  • Throughout the course, we’ll dive into the basics of these frameworks but we’ll also have a look at why we use them to begin with.
  • Not only are we going to dive into the basics of the three most popular JavaScript frameworks, this course will also draw a detailed comparison.

Angular (Angular 2 or 4), React or Vue? Get a Crash Course on each of them and a detailed comparison!
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Designing Apps using Webflow – ConsciousApps – Medium

  • Clearly, styling components from hand using CSS is tough… and not necessary when you have Webflow.
  • Instead, within Webflow, you design each component from scratch.
  • Let’s say you want to create a series of buttons:As you’re designing these individual components in Webflow, be sure to assign them unique classNames since you’ll later be using these classes inside your React component.
  • Once the components look exactly the way you want—and perform all the actions you want (such as on focus, hover, etc.) — simply export the code from within Webflow, like this:Highlight and copy the CSS and paste it into a CSS file that’s called from your root index.html file:link rel=”stylesheet” href=”assets/css/index.
  • css” /Inside your react components, then, simply call the CSS styles, like this:So much easier than creating all this CSS from hand!CSS code exported from Webflow.You can even add nifty transitions inside Webflow!

Anyone who’s talked to me for more than a few minutes about website and app development knows I’m a big fan of Webflow. What used to take me hours to create using raw html, css, and javascript, now…
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Learning React and React-Native – Jorge Rubiano – Medium

Learning React and React-Native  #react #learning #reactnative #reactjs #reactjs

  • Learning React and React-NativeExample APP React-nativeIn this article I want to show you about my learning experience using the technologies: “React” and “react-native”, in this moment I am not an expert in this topic, but I am convinced the best option for learning is to create something.Shots — Game ES6I heard about react in the past year (2016), in that year I followed the new technologies and standards in Javascript, learning about ES6, how to configure a basic environment with npm scripts, in this case I used this environment to develop simple games with ES6 and use new technologies such as Service WorkerI decided to start learn react, At first to me was complicated because I had never used webpack, the majority of tutorials I followed need configure this tool initially.Fortunately in this year emerged create-react-app, with this module is very easy to start a project with react, this module configure the environment for you.With create-react-app developed my first “Hello World”, the process was very easy, even the browser makes automatic updates, I think this is “Awesome”.
  • I read articles and saw videos about react, later I decided search a course, It called my attention “react for beginners” by Wes Bos, I learned other topics in courses the Wes Bos for example Flexbox, then I decided to take that course (React for Beginners).
  • Example Project course.The project we develop in this course is called “Catch of the day”, we not only learned about react but also firebase, in this course I understood about the JSX, state, props, components, routing, fetch data and other topics.For me this course is a good introduction to learn react, in this course we not use redux or other libraries to manage the state.Personally I liked React because I use ES6 in the process, for example .
  • reducer, arrow functions and other features , I know there are other fantastic frameworks for example AngularJS/Angular or libraries such as VueJS, At this moment for my work React is the perfect tool.

In this article I want to show you about my learning experience using the technologies: “React” and “react-native”, in this moment I am not an expert in this topic, but I am convinced the best option…
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React Native Tutorial: Create Dynamic Animated Lists

  • The answer is, because we only need _deleteItem() to simulate the removal process of an item by firing out the height animation on the actual list row component.
  • When the component is mounted, componentDidMount is fired as well as the animation using the Animated React Native component.
  • class DynamicListRow extends Component { // these values will need to be fixed either within the component or sent through props _defaultHeightValue = 60; _defaultTransition = 500; state = { _rowHeight : new Animated.
  • */ render() { return ( ); } /* For rendering the list rows we will use DynamicListRow component.
  • export default class DynamicList extends Component { /* Default state values */ state = { loading : true, dataSource : new ListView.

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@ModusCreate: “”Would you like to add some visual sugar to your dynamic lists in #ReactNative?” #javascript”


Alex Lazar’s step-by-step guide to help you build your own dynamic animated ListView in React Native.


React Native Tutorial: Create Dynamic Animated Lists

Dynamic Animated Lists in React Native

POSTED: Tutorial to create dynamic animated lists in #ReactNative  #reactjs #javascript

  • The answer is, because we only need _deleteItem() to simulate the removal process of an item by firing out the height animation on the actual list row component.
  • When the component is mounted, componentDidMount is fired as well as the animation using the Animated React Native component.
  • class DynamicListRow extends Component { // these values will need to be fixed either within the component or sent through props _defaultHeightValue = 60; _defaultTransition = 500; state = { _rowHeight : new Animated.
  • */ render() { return ( ); } /* For rendering the list rows we will use DynamicListRow component.
  • export default class DynamicList extends Component { /* Default state values */ state = { loading : true, dataSource : new ListView.

Read the full article, click here.


@ModusCreate: “POSTED: Tutorial to create dynamic animated lists in #ReactNative #reactjs #javascript”


Alex Lazar’s tutorial to walk you through creating your own dynamic animated ListView in React Native.


Dynamic Animated Lists in React Native