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How to show all the Users who have liked my specific Items  #angularjs #reactjs

  • I’m trying to show all the users who have liked a current user’s specific items.
  • I’m displaying all users who have liked all items (not just my specific ones which is what I want) I’ve listed below all the relevant simple code – thank you so much guys!!
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  • I apologize for the newbie questions still relatively new to rails.

I apologize for the newbie questions still relatively new to rails. I’m trying to show all the users who have liked a current user’s specific items. With the help of the SO community and looking at different Rails guides – I’m 85% there. Currently, I’m displaying all users who have liked all items (not just my specific ones which is what I want) I’ve listed below all the relevant simple code – thank you so much guys!!
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AJAX Requests in React: How and Where to Fetch Data

AJAX requests with #reactjs and axios

  • To fetch the data from the server, you’ll need an HTTP library.
  • React simply renders components, using data from only two places: props and state .
  • So to use some data from the server, you need to get that data into your components’ props or state.
  • First: React itself doesn’t have any allegiance to any particular way of fetching data.
  • The component’s state is updated by calling this.setState with the new array of posts.

First: React itself doesn’t have any allegiance to any particular way of fetching data. In fact, as far as React is concerned, it doesn’t even know there’s a “server” in the picture at all.
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Ubuntu now supports popular React Native for first-class webapps

Ubuntu now supports popular React Native for first-class webapps

  • “The development tools are fully supportive of snaps and incorporate an easy basis to create a snap and publish it to any Snappy Store giving the app much greater relevance across devices built for mobile, desktop, IoT etc.”
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  • Windows 10 Redstone 2 builds will launch for PC first, for Mobile “a few weeks after” in Front Page News
  • Canonical says that React Native apps that are built on, or ported to Ubuntu will “react” to converged environments, meaning the app can be run on desktop, tablet or mobile.
  • React Native allows developers to build applications using Facebook’s React.js, but provides developers with the ability to make their application feel like a first-class app, no matter what operating system it runs on, by using native user interface components directly.

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@NeowinFeed: “Ubuntu now supports popular React Native for first-class webapps”


Ubuntu now has support for the popular framework, React Native. The framework allows web applications to have a native user interface, making them feel like first-class apps on any platform.


Ubuntu now supports popular React Native for first-class webapps