- Create React App was created to make it easier and quicker to get started.
- The problem with creat react app is that it hides the webpack config.
- When your app grows and you need something a bit more advanced, you have to eject and then you get a huge webpack config.
- I tried it on a large code base, and it worked out-of-the-box!
- Parcel looks like a decent alternative to Create React App.
We have all experienced the pain of getting started with React. You spend hours to configure webpack before you can start actual coding.
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- Created by Alibaba, Ant Design React includes a great many polished and usable components — probably more than any other React UI library.Ant Design (Date Range Picker)Component Breadth: A+Every component we needed is included.Quality of implementation: AGood-looking components, plenty of options and interoperability.Ease of re-styling: B+Themeable, but not built for overhaul.Typescript support: A+Written…
- Typescript support: FDoes not appear to have any TypeScript typings.Quality of documentation: BInteractive examples of each component, but nothing else about the framework itself.Project health: B~1.5K Github stars, maintained by open-source contributors.Cost: FreeAn implementation of the popular Semantic UI framework, this library is polished has a lot to offer, but…
- Type bindings are still in development, but are included for most components.Quality of documentation: A+Interactive examples of each component, clear navigation information on theming, component options, and sample layouts.Project health: B~1.5K Github stars, maintained by open-source contributors.Cost: FreeSencha’s React UI framework is costly each year, but its breadth of components,…
- Ease of re-styling: A+Clear documentation on theming, four built-in themes (including Material Design and Bootstrap), and support for Sencha Themer.Typescript support: A+Written in TypeScript, with full bindings.Quality of documentation: AExamples of each component, with tons of options explained, but a bit confusing to navigate, and interactive examples are often limited…
- It appears to simply be a set of wrappers for jQuery version.Kendo UI React (Dropdown)Component Breadth: A-Not as many components as the Angular/jQuery versions, but could be enough for many applications.Quality of implementation: ASeem robust, though the default style isn’t wonderful.Ease of re-styling: A+Clear documentation on theming, four built-in themes…
The open-source community around React is enormous, and we’re constantly seeing new solutions and approaches to solve the problems we have as developers. Looking into React UI libraries, we’ve come a…
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- The gist below contains some code to demonstrate.
- I recently needed to incorporate Google AdSense ads in a react.js application I was building.
- If you have used AdSense before, then you are acquainted with the code that is generated.
- The biggest change is placing the contents of the last script tag into the componentDidMount lifecycle event.
- I guess you could say that I enjoy solving problems and building things.
I recently needed to incorporate Google AdSense ads in a react.js application I was building. If you have used AdSense before, then you are acquainted with t…
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- When Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 7:30 AM – Friday, September 16, 2016 at 5:30 PM (EDT) – Add to Calendar Where Stamford Innovation Center – 175 Atlantic Street, Stamford, CT 06901, United States – View Map View Map Tags Things to do in Stamford, CT Conference Science & Tech
- Most workshops will be focused on working code – on how professionals like you have solved problems with these frameworks.
- We’ll include high level talks about frameworks, data handling, animations and other key topics.
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- As the team at Apollo Stack has been working with GraphQL to build a data stack for modern applications, we’ve run into more and more people who are excited about what GraphQL has to offer – whether they’re using it in their products or extending it with tooling of their own.
- Make It Open – a series of tutorials on what a real app looks like if you’re using multiple projects from the GraphQL ecosystem together, based on the F8 conference app.
- Sashko followed with a talk about how Apollo Client makes it easy to build a full stack app using GraphQL.
- The first talk came from Syrus Akbary, who created Graphene , a library that lets you use GraphQL in Python.
- Not only did we get a look into where each individual project is going, but we got everyone together afterwards for a panel to discuss the past, present and future of GraphQL’s community.
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@ReactiveConf: “GraphQL in 2016: A growing ecosystem #ReactJS”
Videos from our first meetup.
GraphQL in 2016: A Growing Ecosystem — Building Apollo — Medium