Meet our team 🙋 – React Day Berlin – Medium

Many of you wanted to get a look behind the scenes of #ReactDayBerlin:  #ReactJS

  • Meet our team 🙋Many of you wanted to get a look behind the scenes of React Day Berlin.
  • Here it is!Every event requires an immense amount of work — things need to be delivered, deadlines come, go, and often change, questions pop up on every platform 24/7 — and there have to be people driven enough to manage all of it.React Day Berlin wouldn’t be possible without an awesome team, and it’s time…
  • I’m a habitual traveller and most of the time you can probably find me roaming medieval fortresses and answering emails simultaneously!”Add Valentina on LinkedIn

Every event requires an immense amount of work — things need to be delivered, deadlines come, go, and often change, questions pop up on every platform 24/7 — and there have to be people driven enough…
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Front-end Developer Survey 2017

  • My first question is what frameworks are people using at work vs for their personal projects.
  • From the poll, it seems that slightly more organizations use Angular over React at work.
  • However, people seem to prefer React over Angular for their personal projects.
  • The survey also showed that most people are happy with their current framework and not wanting to upgrade; but those that did want to upgrade choose React over the alternatives.
  • The data shows that the big driver is Angular with only a mediocre number of projects in React using it.

For the past couple of months, I have been talking to people and asking myself a couple of questions in regard to the state of front-end development today. I figured what better way than to create a survey and see if we can’t make some sense out of the current state of things in the community. We had a amazing number (~890) of people who took a minute out of their day and answered these questions so a huge thank you to those who participated!
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Salt Lake City Coding Bootcamps

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  • The school’s mission is to improve the human experience by modernizing education, accelerating career readiness, and increasing community engagement.
  • V School reports a current job fulfillment ratio of 100%… (View In-Depth Report)

Reviews and comparison of the best Salt Lake City coding bootcamps
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React.JS — Component Data Transfer – codeburst

  • If you are passing data from somewhere in a component, to somewhere else inside the same component, this can be done through state.So what is state?The heart of every React component is its “state”, an object that determines how that component renders behaves.
  • That might look something like this:class component_A extends Component { constructor() { super(); this.state = { data: [], };}In this case, we are defining the state of data.
  • Passing data from parent to child components is only slightly trickier, in that, we can’t pass data in an unbroken chain to other components.
  • [callback] in the child, and pass in the data as an argument.From our above example, our code might look something like this:class component_A extends Component { constructor() { super(); this.state = { listDataFromComponent_C: “ “, };}myCallback = (dataFromComponent_C) = {this.setState({ dataFromComponent_C: dataFromComponent_C});Now from within the child component (component_C) we can pass something to props are static, while state can be changed, once you have passed data from a child to a parent, or from parent to a child, you may need to interact with it differently within that new component.
  • It might look like the following:class component_A extends Component {constructor = {dataFromComponent_C: “ “};},myCallback = (dataFromComponent_C) = {this.setState({ dataFromComponent_C: dataFromComponentC });This is just a brief explanation of how to change data within a component, and transfer data to other child and parent components.

In React JS, there’s often a need to pass data from one component to another. If you are passing data from somewhere in a component, to somewhere else inside the same component, this can be done…
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Congratulations on 🌟50,000🌟 stars, @reactnative! Here’s to the next 50,000 🥂

  • Another great way to learn more about the components and APIs included with React Native is to read their source.
  • The React Native documentation only discusses the components, APIs and topics specific to React Native (React on iOS and Android).
  • For further documentation on the React API that is shared between React Native and React DOM, refer to the React documentation.
  • If you encounter a bug with React Native we would like to hear about it.
  • For help and questions with using React Native please make use of the resources listed in the Getting Help section.

react-native – A framework for building native apps with React.
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Code School experts Sergio Cruz and Carlos Souza compare React.js to popular frameworks and libraries like Angular and jQuery, walk through several live demos and take questions from the audience in this on-demand webinar.
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React Native’s new FlatList component – Hacker Noon

React Native’s new FlatList component explained:

  • React Native’s new FlatList componentIncluding: How to migrate from ListView (soon to be deprecated), and how to try it in your own app without building React Native from source.The demo video posted on Facebook by Ahrens.
  • Everything below is still up-to-date and accurate.Update: There are now multiple new components: FlatList, SectionList, VirtualizedList, and VirtualizedSectionList.
  • Update: The original ListView is planned to be deprecated.Earlier in February, Spencer Ahrens published an experimental new React Native component called FlatList.
  • Copy this whole command into your terminal:This will download the latest version of FlatList and its related dependencies into your app’s node_modules so you can refer to it as in the examples above, without needing to checkout React Native’s master and build it from source.You could, for example, add the above command to your package’s postinstall script to make sure the files exist for every developer and build pipeline on your team (thanks to Bruno Lemos for this tip).
  • There’s a more extensive FlatListExample in React Native’s repo if you want to get a feel for the full set of props and how powerful the new component can be.

Including: How to migrate from ListView (soon to be deprecated), and how to try it in your own app without building React Native from source.
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