#React Tutorials – Day 2 – Environment Setup by @pankajmalhan30 cc @CsharpCorner #ReactJS

#React Tutorials - Day 2 - Environment Setup by @pankajmalhan30 cc @CsharpCorner  #ReactJS

  • Create React App

    After installing the React global packages now run “create-react-app reactapp” command, this command will create a React project and name this project as “reactapp”.

  • Now you are in root directory of the project again run the “npm start” command this command run the React project on “3000” port.
  • Now, run the command “dotnet new React“

    This command creates a template project for React Application.

  • Using Webpack and Babel

    So far we set up the React Environment set up using the npm and Visual Studio 2017 SPA templates.

  • Now we will focus on the Webpack and babel to setup the React project.

In this article you will learn about Environment Setup in React.
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Animations In React.js – Duncan maina – Medium

Animations In React.js  #javascript

  • ReactCSSTransitionGroup requires three elements to work.A ReactCSSTransitionGroup elementAt least one item to render outCss to specify the animation type.The ReactCSSTransitionGroup element wraps the content that you want to appear with css transitionName=”example” …transition options… { items } /ReactCSSTransitionGroupThis element must be initiated with a transitionName, which tells react which css animation to render out.
  • The transitionName gets translated to a class name that you select in css, followed by the transition property..example-appear { opacity: { opacity: 1; transition: opacity 2s ease-in;}In this example the element will fade in from the background starting at an opacity of 0.01 to an opacity of 1 in two seconds.React.js allows you to set animations to elements in your react application with ReactCSSTransitionGroup api.
  • This allows other developers to get an idea of the exact state of the program at any given time.ReactCSSTransitionGroup works well for simple css animations but other options exist for more complex animations ie: animations that involve motion.
  • It also contains many of the popular animations styles such as: bouceOut, bounce, bounceIn, fadeIn , fadeOut , flip , headShake , jello, rotateOut , rotateOutDownLeft , rotateOutDownRight , rubberBand , { bounce } from ‘react-animations’;import { StyleSheet, css } from ‘aphrodite’;const styles = StyleSheet.create({ bounce: { animationName: bounce, animationDuration: ‘1s’ }})try them out at : for a full list of animations and instructions on usage see Motion: a javascript library that handles the physics of component animation and provides an easy to use api for accessing those animations.
  • find more information here: Nash Vail also wrote a great tutorial on motion that can be found here: defaultStyle={{x: 0}} style={{x: spring(10)}} {interpolatingStyle = div style={interpolatingStyle} /}/MotionReact Flip Move: react flip move is a library that allows you to animate flips for your react components.

Css Animations in react.js are handled through the ReactCSSTransitionGroup Api. It provides a way to perform css when components enter or leave the DOM. ReactCSSTransitionGroup requires three…
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React Native Effective Patterns – The Poli – Medium

React Native Effective Patterns  #software #mobile #javascript #reactnative #react #reactjs

  • Your views and components should rely on props and callbacks.
  • The idea is simple:Screens and Views are not the same.
  • FavoritesScreen uses that callback to tell the view to navigate to another screen.
  • Keep your callbacks chained togetherEvery time one of your views exposes a callback which may be declared in another part of the app (for example, mapStateToProps), first invoke the actual callback passed on props.
  • This enables you to, for example, Navigate to a screen and also fetch some information to feed the next view.Following the previous example, if FavoritesScreen told FavoritesView to navigate to the FavoriteScreen when selecting a Favorite, Redux would honor that, but also invoke some Redux actions.As you may see, every realm knows how to handle its stuff: Screens know how to navigate, Connected Views know how to handle redux actions and Views are dumb, stateless and rely on their props.5.

I’ve been working with React Native for quite a while now, both professionally and personally, and actually enjoy it. In this article I will describe some patterns I use. Keep in mind that whatever…
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Build Your First React.js App

Build Your First React.js App course by @tylermcginnis33 #react

  • Building your first React application can be challenging.
  • One of the huge challenges when you are getting started with React is all of the other pieces that contribute to creating an application.
  • In this series, we will go beyond React, and look at the full picture of what goes into a React application.
  • We will use Webpack to build the application.
  • When you’ve completed this series you will have built a full-blown web application using React, and should have the tools needed to start building your own applications today.

Let’s start from scratch and build a full React application!

Building your first React application can be challenging. React itself is fairly simple. It has a small API that can be learned quickly. One of the huge challenges when you are getting started with React is *all of the other pieces* that contribute to creating an application.

In this series, we will go beyond React, and look at the full picture of what goes into a React application. We will use Webpack to build the application. We will use Firebase to persist data. We will dig into react-router for our applications routing.

When you’ve completed this series you will have built a full-blown web application using React, and should have the tools needed to start building your own applications today.

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cans: A framework for building React MobX application

cans: A framework for building #ReactJS #MobX application:  #JavaScript

  • cans: A framework for building React MobX applicationI’ve used MobX for a long time.
  • Every UI component can write as a function of state ((state) = UI), which let you test the UI more easy, just pass different state and expect the return value.Using MobX and React means you get all of it.
  • And then my framework cans came out.What is canscans is a framework for building React MobX application.
  • Note that you can also pass a high order function that return a observable.app.model({ namespace: ‘counter’, observable: app = observable({ /** … **/ })})In this case, you are able to access the app instance, in order to access other models or plugins.viewThe way to react the React component is using mobx-react.
  • The different part is it will be bind in app.plugins, and return not only observable in observable key:ConclusionThe main idea of cans is always to organize your stores.

I’ve used MobX for a long time. It is awesome when I just want a simple state manager for my React application. I always think about how to organize my React MobX application. Because MobX is too…
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The Minimal React Webpack Babel Setup

This is what the minimal #ReactJS #Webpack #Babel setup looks like:

  • But the article is not my attempt to advertise yet another React boilerplate project.
  • First, I can reuse it for all my other articles of my website whenever there is a React project setup involved.
  • Whenever there are updates regarding React, Webpack, Babel or Hot Reloading, I can come back to this one article to keep all other articles updated.
  • When several of my articles reference this one article to bootstrap an React application with Webpack and Babel, I am enforced to maintain it well.
  • People, who search about setting up their React, Webpack and Babel environment, will hopefully always find an up to date version of the article.

The minimal approach to set up React with Webpack and Babel. Hot Reloading is one little extra. The article teaches you how to setup your React project without create-react-app…
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Build Your First React.js App

Build Your First React.js App course by @tylermcginnis33 #react

  • Building your first React application can be challenging.
  • One of the huge challenges when you are getting started with React is all of the other pieces that contribute to creating an application.
  • In this series, we will go beyond React, and look at the full picture of what goes into a React application.
  • We will use Webpack to build the application.
  • When you’ve completed this series you will have built a full-blown web application using React, and should have the tools needed to start building your own applications today.

Let’s start from scratch and build a full React application!

Building your first React application can be challenging. React itself is fairly simple. It has a small API that can be learned quickly. One of the huge challenges when you are getting started with React is *all of the other pieces* that contribute to creating an application.

In this series, we will go beyond React, and look at the full picture of what goes into a React application. We will use Webpack to build the application. We will use Firebase to persist data. We will dig into react-router for our applications routing.

When you’ve completed this series you will have built a full-blown web application using React, and should have the tools needed to start building your own applications today.

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