Check out React in Motion today for a steal – 50% off #Reactjs @reactionaryjs

Check out React in Motion today for a steal - 50% off  #Reactjs @reactionaryjs

  • This powerful web framework reinvents the way you create web UI, making it possible to build responsive browser-based applications with flowing, flicker-free screens.
  • The React in Motion liveVideo course gets you up and running with React just as smoothly.
  • As you work through the efficient crystal-clear tutorials from experienced React developer Zac Braddy, you’ll learn the ins and outs of React development, essential techniques for working with reactive applications, and handy code reuse techniques that will save you time and effort!
  • In this liveVideo, you’ll start with the fundamentals of React, as you build your first application.
  • You’ll learn how to set up the perfect build environment, build your own components, make asynchronous calls to third party APIs, efficiently test, debug, and then finally deploy your finished reactive applications!

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I am checking React.JS and what’s about it. – J Castro – Medium

I am checking React.JS and what’s about it.  #javascript #react #reactjs

  • Where is the visual editor of JSX?
  • How the designers could, ahem, design JSX if its mixed with code.
  • HTML is not way cleaner but is has design+code.
  • JSX is the opposite, is JSX+pseudo html.
  • Thats is separation of concern and JSX is not really helping.I don’t see myself writing 1000 lines of design by using JSX.

Separation of Concern is KEY for develop a web. However, separating code just because separating is not really helping. JSX. Where is the visual editor of JSX?. How the designers could, ahem, design…
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Vue.js vs React.js: A Real Tight Comparison between the two

Vue.js vs React.js: A Real Tight Comparison between the two

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  • Even though you get profound community support with both, one can feel extremely comfortable with Vue’s Guide, setup process, property names and many other.
  • Whereas in Vue, component dependencies will be automatically handled and tracked during its render, so the system itself can re-render related components in accordance with state changes.
  • Being more popular of the two, React, prefers handing over the state management and routing solutions to it’s wide extended community.
  • Vue doesn’t offer solid options as native React, but given the active collaboration and development, it’s expected to catch up sooner rather than later.
  • It comes across strongly as a framework that reinforces the weak link of both Angular and React.

Vue.js is gaining popularity with every passing day. Has it grown larger than some incumbents? Find out much more here as we bring you a close range comparison between Vue and React
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Vue.js vs React.js: A Real Tight Comparison between the two

  • Even though you get profound community support with both, one can feel extremely comfortable with Vue’s Guide, setup process, property names and many other.
  • Whereas in Vue, component dependencies will be automatically handled and tracked during its render, so the system itself can re-render related components in accordance with state changes.
  • Being more popular of the two, React, prefers handing over the state management and routing solutions to it’s wide extended community.
  • Vue doesn’t offer solid options as native React, but given the active collaboration and development, it’s expected to catch up sooner rather than later.
  • It comes across strongly as a framework that reinforces the weak link of both Angular and React.

Vue.js is gaining popularity with every passing day. Has it grown larger than some incumbents? Find out much more here as we bring you a close range comparison between Vue and 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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JavaScript Design Patterns – Meryl Dakin – Medium

JavaScript Design Patterns  #softwaredesignpatterns #mvc #react #javascript #reactjs

  • The gif below shows the interaction among these.MVC DemonstrationThe Controller (animalsController) updates the View (animalList)The View (animalForm) delivers User input to the ControllerThe Controller updates the Model (Animal) of changes based on User inputThe Model notifies the Controller of the changes so the Controller can update the View (animalList)MVC ComponentsModel- The model works with the database and API’s to call for and structure the data for the app.
  • It informs the Controller of the current state of the data so the Controller can serve that information to the View.View- The view is the user interface of the app.
  • When the Model gets user data, it can change the state of the app and pass the new state back to the Controller.Controller- The controller is the go-between from Model and View.
  • Component Architecture of ZooBookIn React, the components act like Views on steroids.The Components all represent a rendered piece of the website, but they also do the work of maintaining state and logic (without a state management tool like Redux).
  • — Thinking in React, React.js DocsComponent DemonstrationThe layers we have are performing the following roles:Presentational Components:App: Renders the NavBar and ZooContainerNavBar: Renders links around the site and the site titleZooForm: Renders form for User inputZooList: Renders container for animals to be appended into a listAnimal: Renders each animal in ZooList“Smart” Component (maintains state):ZooContainer: This layer is special.

As a developer with experience in Rails and vanilla JavaScript but new to React.js, the most intimidating shift is going from Model-View-Controller architecture to Component architecture. This post…
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JavaScript: Why is React framework so popular?

#JavaScript: Why is the #ReactJS framework so popular?

  • In 2015 and 2016, a lot of the JavaScript recruitment requirements that I worked on, required developers to have experience in the Angular framework.
  • Although Google’s framework is still very popular, a lot of the more recent requirements have asked for experience with React instead.
  • In recruitment, we see a lot of trends and jobs in the tech sector that require experience with the latest framework or methodology of the month.
  • From the developer’s point of view

    According to Mark Brown from , the widespread adoption of React is down to the merits of one-way data flow, component hierarchies and simple explicit renders, making the task simpler and the code more predictable.

  • From the employer’s point of view

    According to , the reason why employers are switching to the framework is:

    “We’re seeing the benefits of React.js on a growing number of projects, large and small, while at the same time we continue to be concerned about the state and future of other popular frameworks like AngularJS.

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