- Iâve been working with React for almost 3 years now, and it led me to also try other functional languages, so in this sense, React was really helpful for my career.What do you think is the future of web and mobile development?Thatâs difficult to say.
- Whatâs your most awaited feature in testing tools?Obviously, Jest will never be completely automated, on the other hand, if you look at snapshot testing, that kind of is Jest is doing a major part of the job, generating something that you only manage and approve changes.
- I know how difficult it is to organize, how much time and effort you need, and Iâm really grateful that someone experienced is bringing a React conference to Berlin, so Iâm excited.
- I hope itâs gonna be a lot of fun and I get to meet new people, see how they use React in their jobs.Where do you get your inspiration for being an MC?This is not the first time for me, and ever since I was one some time ago, I…
An MC can often make or break a conference, and we couldn’t be more grateful to Robin for taking up this challenge! In the following interview, we discuss his career in software development and his…
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- Tip 1: Use functional components – Cam Jackson – If you don’t need internal state or lifecycle methods on your component, use a functional component instead.
- Benefits of functional components: – – Less code – Easier to understand – The component is stateless, so you avoid accidentally storing state on a component you shouldn’t – The component is simpler to test – There’s no this binding – It’s easier to see where and when to extract…
- Keep Tip 1 in mind and extract blocks of code into functional components whenever possible.
- Tip 6: Use React Developer tools – Brian Gates – With React Developer Tools, available as a Google Chrome and Firefox extension, as well as a standalone app for other environments, you can quickly view your component hierarchy, inspect and edit a component’s props and state, and invoke methods on…
If you’re new to React, you could benefit from learning from React developers who’ve learned valuable lessons about the framework.
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- With the technology generating so much excitement, and so much opportunity emerging in the field, the timing is perfect to introduce Udacity’s newest offering: the React Nanodegree program!
- If it seems unusual that Udacity should partner with a training organization to launch a Nanodegree program, React Training’s Tyler McGinnis has a succinct answer for why the union makes perfect sense:
“React Training is really good at teaching React, and Udacity is really good at supporting students.”
- When Tyler McGinnis highlights our ability to support students on their learning journeys, he is referring to features that are central to the Udacity learning experience, and which figure prominently in the structure of this new program, such as:
Mentorship: Every enrolled student of the React Nanodegree program will have access to mentors in the Udacity classroom.
- The unique partnership between React Training and Udacity offers students an opportunity that simply can’t be had elsewhere—the chance to learn React from the team that trains the world’s most successful companies, in a learning program focused on creating career opportunities for its students.
- The new React Nanodegree program is one of the most efficient, economical, and effective ways to master the skills and gain the experience necessary to become a professional React developer.
Master the skills and gain the experience necessary to become a professional React developer with Udacity’s new React Nanodegree program. Enroll today!
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- You can use React alone for smaller projects, but larger projects need a framework to handle your application’s structure.
- You don’t need frameworks until your application’s codebase grows and becomes unmanageable.
- The same goes for projects that Facebook is donating to larger organizations like the Open Compute Project.
- You shouldn’t think of projects in the Incubator as a repository for weaker projects, he noted.
- Facebook tries a new way to release open-source projects
- The Facebook Incubator is the company’s new process for releasing open-source projects and ensuring that they do well .
- Not every project turns out to be a success, after all, and occasionally Facebook ends up sunsetting some of the tools it open-sourced.
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Last week, Facebook launched Create React App, a new project that helps React developers get started with their new projects. Turns out, that was only part of..
Facebook tries a new way to release open-source projects