Node.JS Open Source for the Past Year (v.2018) – Mybridge for Professionals

  • 25 Amazing Open Source Node.js Projects for the Past Year (v.2018)For the past year, we’ve compared nearly 4,700 Node.js open source projects to pick Top 25 (0.5% chance).
  • This is an extremely competitive list and it picks the best open source Node.js projects published between Jan and Dec, 2017.
  • To give you an idea about the quality, the average number of Github stars is 4,078 ⭐️React.js Open Source of the Year (avg.
  • You can learn by reading the source code and build something on top of the existing projects.
  • Give a plenty of time to play around with Node.js open source projects you may have missed for the past year.

For the past year, we’ve compared nearly 4,700 Node.js open sour ce projects to pick Top 25 (0.9% chance).
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React.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.Nov 2017)

React.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.Nov 2017). 

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  • React.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.Nov 2017)Since more companies choose React.JS for their preferred web and app development, last month, ReactJS passed Angular for the first time in the number of jobs posted on StackOverflow the past month, we’ve ranked nearly 1,000 React articles to pick the Top…
  • Topics in this list: Inline Functions, Performance, Redux, Slack BrowserView, Debugging, Managing State, Migrating to React 16, Component Patterns, Kotlin, SketchReact.JS Previous Month: HereJavaScript, Vue, Node, Angular are posted separately: HereOpen source of the month is included at the end.Mybridge AI ranks articles based on the quality of content measured…
  • This is a competitive list and you’ll find the experience and techniques shared by the React leaders useful.React, Inline Functions, and Performance.
  • Courtesy of Ryan Florence, Author of React Router

For the past month, we’ve ranked nearly 1,000 React articles to pick the Top 10 stories that can help advance your career (1% chance).
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React Top 10 Articles For the Past Month (v.Oct 2017)

React Top 10 Articles For the Past Month (v.Oct 2017). @reactjs #JavaScript

  • React Top 10 Articles For the Past Month (v.Oct 2017)For the past month, we’ve ranked nearly 1,200 React articles to pick the Top 10 stories that can help advance your career.
  • (0.8% chance to be picked in the list)Topics in this list: Progressive Web App, Preact, Redux, Server Side Rendering, Structure, GraphQL, AWS, Component, AnimationOpen source of the month is included at the end.Top 10 for JavaScript, Node, Angular are posted separately in the publicationMybridge AI ranks articles based on the…
  • This is a competitive list and you’ll find the experience and techniques shared by the React leaders useful.A React And Preact Progressive Web App Performance Case Study: Treebo.

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React.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.July 2017)

React.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.July 2017). @reactjs #JavaScript

  • React.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.July 2017)For the past month, we’ve ranked nearly 1,300 React JS articles to pick the Top 10 stories that can help advance your career.
  • (0.8% chance to be picked in the list)Topics in this list: Fiber, VR, Forms, Airbnb, Higher Order Component, Virtual DOM, Animation, TensorFlow, ES2017Open source of the month is included at the end.Top 10 for JavaScript, Node, Angular are posted separately in the publicationMybridge AI ranks articles based on the quality of content measured by our machine and a variety of human factors including engagement and popularity.
  • This is a competitive list and you’ll find the experience and techniques shared by the React leaders particularly useful.Under the hood: ReactJS — Entire React code base explained by visual block schemes (Stack+Fiber versions) [2,348 stars on Github].

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Introducing React Native Android Fragment – In The Hudl – Medium

  • So today we are announcing our first open source project for React Native at Hudl.React Native Android Fragment: Native Android Fragment does exactly what its name implies.
  • It helps to facilitate the development of a React Native application, for a pre-existing Android application that relies on the framework’s Fragment class.
  • It can be downloaded via jitpack and its versioning will attempt to always follow that of React Native’s major.minor versions.Our Android app originated around 2013 when Fragments were the Android standard and we’ve stuck with them ever since.
  • For anyone else that has tried to use React Native, you may also realize that support for Fragments is non-existent.
  • We hope this library, although small, may help others to get started quickly into the React Native ecosystem.

React Native Android Fragment does exactly what it’s name implies. It helps to facilitate the development of a React Native application, for a pre-existing Android application that relies on the frame
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React.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.May 2017)

React.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.May 2017).

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  • React.JS Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.May 2017)Since April 2017, we’ve ranked nearly 1,200 React.JS articles to pick the Top 10 stories (0.83% chance to be included) that can help advance your career.Topics included in this React list are: Performance, Progressive Web App, Sketch, Serverless Stack, AWS, Webpack, Funtional Components, VR, Cross Platform, Animation.
  • Open source of the month is included at the bottom and JavaScript Top 10 is published separately in the publication.Mybridge AI ranks articles based on the quality of content measured by our machine and a variety of human factors including engagement and popularity.
  • This is a competitive list and you’ll find the experience and techniques shared by the experienced React developers particularly useful.Twitter Lite and High Performance React Progressive Web Apps at Scale.

Since April 2017, we’ve ranked nearly 1,200 React.JS articles to pick the Top 10 stories (0.83% chance to be included) that can help advance your career.
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Organizing Tests in Jest – Jeff Lombard – Medium

Organizing Tests in Jest  #jest #javascript #react #softwaretesting #reactjs

  • This includes organization.I’ve seen two popular ways suggested for organizing tests in Jest:Putting all of your test code into a neatly organized /tests directory.Putting your test code next to the files they are testing.Both of these suggestions are valid, but to have the elegance of a master craftsman, we should consider the level of the test that is being written.Testing LevelsThere are many testing levels, but for simplicity we’re just going to talk about two here.
  • “Unit testing refers to tests that verify the functionality of a specific section of code, usually at the function level.
  • |- /main| |- index.js| |- index.test.jsIntegration tests run against many lines of code in many files.
  • So include the type of test right in the name of the and api.int.test.jsConclusionAn ideal set up would look something like this:|- /main| |- index.js| |- index.unit.test.js|- /supporting| |- fetch.js|- /tests| |- /int| | |- api.int.test.jsThat way you can easily find your tests.
  • For unit testing run jest unit and for integration testing run jest int.As with anything, there is no single way of doing this.

If you haven’t already tried out Jest, you should. Even if you’re not using React. It’s dead simple and loaded with some cool features like snapshot testing. Jest does a great job of keeping reports…
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