Phoenix ReactJS (Tempe, AZ)

Mark your calendar Phoenix! The Phoenix ReactJS is @GoDaddy August 10 - details:

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  • Generic Pre-requisite: React is a new technology.
  • I recommend that you have previously built something real in React, whether professional or your own pet…
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  • Join us and be the first to know when new Meetups are scheduled

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@williamu: “Mark your calendar Phoenix! The Phoenix ReactJS is @GoDaddy August 10 – details:”


This is the Phoenix community of javascript developers coding with ReactJS.


Phoenix ReactJS (Tempe, AZ)

React, Redux without Webpack :)

Get rid of webpack.config.js, build scripts and a ton of dev dependencies in #ReactJS proj.

  • > npm install -g react-app-tools > react-app new # Scaffold a new project > react-app start # Launch your React app
  • { ” private “: true , ” dependencies “: { ” react-app “: “^1.0.0″ , }, ” devDependencies “: { ” react-app-tools “: “^1.0.0″ , }, ” scripts “: { ” build “: “react-app build” , ” start “: “react-app start” , } }
  • Konstantin Tarkus wrote a story · 13 hours ago
  • Connect with influencers and smart developers.
  • Share your feedback or send me a direct message on Twitter , this will help to shape the core of this project and decide what features it should provide out of the box.

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@Hashnoder: “Get rid of webpack.config.js, build scripts and a ton of dev dependencies in #ReactJS proj.”


Have you ever thought about getting rid of webpack.config.js, build scripts and a ton of dev dependencies in your React project? This might be possible wit.


React, Redux without Webpack 🙂

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#ReactJS, #Redux without #Webpack and a ton of dev dependencies  /cc @reactjs @dan_abramov

  • The app should become available at http://localhost:3000
  • Made with e by Konstantin Tarkus ( @koistya ) and contributors
  • Introducing npm Enterprise add-ons.
  • The source code is licensed under the MIT license found in the LICENSE.txt file.
  • Integrate third-party dev tools into npmâ ¦

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@koistya: “#ReactJS, #Redux without #Webpack and a ton of dev dependencies /cc @reactjs @dan_abramov”


Boilerplate and tooling for JavaScript web applications built with React


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“create-react-app” and the future of creating React applications — Free Code Camp

“create-react-app” and the future of creating React Applications  #reactjs

  • eject will take all of the default configuration and build dependencies given to you by create-react-app , then move them into the project itself.
  • Overall, I’m excited for this project.
  • But now you’ll have the ability to modify any of the default configurations you were given by create-react-app .
  • When you build a React app, you don’t need to know the secret combination of Webpack and Babel.
  • The project is opinionated, and with those opinions comes tradeoffs.

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@ferroariel: ““create-react-app” and the future of creating React Applications #reactjs”


Over the past few years, I’ve been heavily involved with teaching people how to build applications with React.js. First there was React…


“create-react-app” and the future of creating React applications — Free Code Camp

Javascript Tutorial: How to set up Gulp for Developing ES2015 React v0.14+ Applications with Babelify & Browserify – Javascript Jedi Padawan

  • We fire the ” appBundle ” function so that it first transforms the JSX and ES6 (i.e. ES2015) and later bundle everything together in ” bundle.js “. If you deploy with gulp deploy in your terminal, ALL your js files will be bundled to “bundle.js” including the libraries.
  • There’s gulp plugins out there that you can use to help you bust compiled files.
  • We also load the two javascript files: vendors.js and bundle.js.
  • You see we are using ES6 in these files.
  • Create a file called “index.html” on the root of your folder.

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@LuisMDeveloper: “”How to set up Gulp for Developing ES2015 React v0.14+ Applications with Babelify & Browserify” #ReactJS”


Tutorial that teaches you how to set up gulp for developing Javascript 2015 (or ES6) react applications with browserify and babelify.


Javascript Tutorial: How to set up Gulp for Developing ES2015 React v0.14+ Applications with Babelify & Browserify – Javascript Jedi Padawan

An open source library for using D3 in React — WDstack — Medium

react-d3-library - #reactjs friendly bindings for the D3 visualization library

  • It first creates a virtual DOM and then uses a diffing algorithm to determine if the DOM needs to update.
  • Then the element is passed to the library’s custom React Component as state.
  • The way elements are first mounted to the DOM through React, and can then benefit from React’s Lifecycle methods like componentWillUnmount.
  • The way the React D3 Library works is the user first gives D3 a generic DOM element to work with rather than an element on the actual DOM.
  • But D3 will temporary be given access to the DOM after they have mounted, to directly apply the complex transitions, animations, etc.

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@survivejs: “react-d3-library – #reactjs friendly bindings for the D3 visualization library”


Today I am releasing, along with Daniel Joon Lee and David Loyst, the React D3 Library. It’s a tool that aims to simplify the process of…


An open source library for using D3 in React — WDstack — Medium

Pluralsight

Take an objective look at Facebook’s React.js library. Register here and join us on 6/23:

  • Carlos Souza is a course instructor at Code School.
  • When he is not typing code at Code School, you may find him speaking at or attending conferences.
  • Working on ES2015, React, Node and Ruby on Rails content for Code School, Carlos has years of experience as a full-stack developer and regularly speaks at conferences and community meetups.
  • Sergio Cruz is an application developer who is passionate about learning and sharing knowledge.
  • We’ll compare React.js to popular alternatives like Angular and jQuery to show why it may make sense for your team to start using React.js in your front-end workflow.

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@pluralsight: “Take an objective look at Facebook’s React.js library. Register here and join us on 6/23:”


There are a seemingly endless number of new JavaScript frameworks and libraries to pay attention to and it’s often hard to decide which one is best for your project or workflow. In this screencast, we take an objective look at Facebook’s React.js library and explore its learning curve, performance, and real-world uses by businesses like Paypal and Airbnb. We’ll compare React.js to popular alternatives like Angular and jQuery to show why it may make sense for your team to start using React.js in your front-end workflow.


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