- You can find it here: http://kcd.im/news-a11yTwo weeks ago, my newsletter was an overview of the Advanced React Component Patterns course (thatâs been published today!)
- This week Iâd like to talk a little bit about the other course that was published: The Beginnerâs Guide to ReactJS.In the beginnerâs course every lesson is an individual index.html file.
- If you ever teach a total beginner React, make sure that you help them get a solid understanding that creating React elements is not magic and that JSX is a really simple abstraction on top of React.createElement.
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- Codecademy Launches Free ReactJS Courses
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- In August 2014, the learning environment at Codecademy was overhauled to use React.js and members have been asking for a React course since that time.
- Learn ReactJS: Parts I and II teach students how to build React applications in 11 hours time.
- The courses already have more than 100,000 students enrolled and are likely to become popular additions to Codecademy’s catalog, as React’s popularity is currently soaring past all other front-end frameworks.
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- We need to create a div element for D3 to build upon before converting it to a React component, var div = document.createElement(‘div’); and this div is what we will have D3 select.
- A library that will allow developers the ability to reroute D3’s output to React’s virtual DOM. React-D3-Library will compile your code into React components, and it also comes with a series of D3 template charts converted to React components for developers who are unfamiliar with D3.
- Not only do we build fully functional React components, but they utilize the power of D3 to automate scaling ranges, normalizing data, and constructing legends.
- Use the componentDidMount() React lifecycle method to make the state aware of your new D3 div .
- import React from ‘react’ ; import rd3 from ‘react-d3-library’ ;
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All of your D3 will now be compiled into React Elements which allows the ability to use React’s diffing algorithm for full optimization
React D3 Library
- Props Proxy: The HOC manipulates the props being passed to the WrappedComponent W ,
- We also pass through the props that the HOC receives the name Props Proxy .
- Parent Components are just React Components that have some children.
- A Higher Order Component is just a React Component that wraps another one.
- Parent Components can be used freely in an Elements tree, they are not restricted to once per Component class as HOCs are.
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@dan_abramov: “Deep writeup by @franleplant on higher order components in @reactjs”
AbstractThis post is targeted to advanced users that want to exploit the HOC pattern. If you are new to React you should probably start by reading React’s …
React Higher Order Components in depth — Medium