Reactjs vs Vuejs – What to Choose? #Vuejs #Reactjs #js

Reactjs vs Vuejs - What to Choose?
#Vuejs #Reactjs #js

  • Pros and cons of vue js
    Vue.js – is a JavaScript-framework that uses the MVVM pattern for creating user interfaces based on data models through reactive binding data.
  • A developer might not know how to use it but he should have heard about Vue js, because the framework became popular in past few years the number of use the words “Vue js” and “Vue.js” in Google trend in 2016 was more than in four times higher comparing to 2015.
  • Advantages of vue js:

    Having borrowed from older frameworks, such as Angular and React only the best, Vue.js stands the perfect balance between readability, maintainability of code and the pleasure of it, this code, writing.

  • From React Vue.js took a component approach, props, one-way data flow for the component hierarchy, performance, the ability to render on the backend and understanding the importance of proper state management.
  • This makes it easy to add the Vue library to the project, like jQuery.All this is possible in the React library, but generally the code written on React relies more on JSX and on the features of ES.

Both React.js and Vue.js have benefits and disadvantages, that may confuse a potential client at first. We’re going to make their comparison in this article.

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React and React Native [Book]

Adam Boduch's

  • Use React and React Native to build applications for desktop browsers, mobile browsers, and even as native mobile apps

    Who This Book Is For

    This book is written for any JavaScript developer—beginner or expert—who wants to start learning how to put both of Facebook’s UI libraries to work.

  • What You Will Learn

    React and React Native allow you to build cross-platform desktop and mobile applications using Facebook’s innovative UI libraries.

  • The first part shows you how to start crafting composable UIs using React, from rendering with JSX and creating reusable components through to routing and creating isomorphic applications that run on Node.
  • We then move on to showing you how to take the concepts of React and apply them to building Native UIs using React Native.
  • Split into three major sections to help organize your learning, this hands-on, code-first book will help you get up to speed with React and React Native—the UI framework that powers Netflix, Yahoo, and Facebook.

Use React and React Native to build applications for desktop browsers, mobile browsers, and even as native mobile apps About This Book Build React and React Native applications using familiar … – Selection from React and React Native [Book]
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React Native Pitfalls – Anton Kulyk – Medium

React Native Pitfalls  #reactnative #react #reactjs #reactjs

  • React Native PitfallsThere are a lot of collections of anti-patterns for React and different app’s state managers like Redux and MobX (e.g. react-bits), but I haven’t seen a lot of advises for React Native developers.
  • You can create bridges between JavaScript and native modules, enable messaging between two sides of an app, create your own components.
  • Sometimes just a few lines of native code can save you from dozens of unneeded JavaScript.Do not estimate Android iOS equallyPersonally I spend much more time on configuring iOS apps.
  • Your apps are native and that’s awesome, but Android and iOS are different platforms, with different guidelines and components.
  • So develop and test both versions in parallel.Test on a device from the day oneEmulators are nice, but use devices, especially on Android because of variety of screen sizes, OS versions is use, etc.It won’t be iOS/Android only storySometimes people pick React Native for developing an app only for one platform (yep, seriously).

There are a lot of collections of anti-patterns for React and different app’s state managers like Redux and MobX (e.g. react-bits), but I haven’t seen a lot of advises for React Native developers. In…
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React Native Monthly #1

React Native Monthly #1

  • That’s why we decided to organize a monthly meeting where all major React Native contributors can briefly present what their efforts and plans are.
  • The mission for React Native Monthly is simple and straightforward: improve the React Native community.
  • On the first meeting, we had 8 teams join us:

    We hope to have more core contributors join the upcoming sessions!

  • As teams’ plans might be of interest to a broader audience, we’ll be sharing them here, on the React Native blog.
  • As we just started with this meeting, we’d like to know how do these notes benefit the React Native community.

At Shoutem, we’ve been fortunate enough to work with React Native from its very beginnings. We decided we wanted to be part of the amazing community from day one. Soon enough, we realized it’s almost impossible to keep up with the pace the community was growing and improving. That’s why we decided to organize a monthly meeting where all major React Native contributors can briefly present what their efforts and plans are.
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React Native Monthly #1

  • That’s why we decided to organize a monthly meeting where all major React Native contributors can briefly present what their efforts and plans are.
  • The mission for React Native Monthly is simple and straightforward: improve the React Native community.
  • On the first meeting, we had 8 teams join us:

    We hope to have more core contributors join the upcoming sessions!

  • As teams’ plans might be of interest to a broader audience, we’ll be sharing them here, on the React Native blog.
  • As we just started with this meeting, we’d like to know how do these notes benefit the React Native community.

At Shoutem, we’ve been fortunate enough to work with React Native from its very beginnings. We decided we wanted to be part of the amazing community from day one. Soon enough, we realized it’s almost impossible to keep up with the pace the community was growing and improving. That’s why we decided to organize a monthly meeting where all major React Native contributors can briefly present what their efforts and plans are.
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Introducing React Native Android Fragment – In The Hudl – Medium

  • So today we are announcing our first open source project for React Native at Hudl.React Native Android Fragment: Native Android Fragment does exactly what its name implies.
  • It helps to facilitate the development of a React Native application, for a pre-existing Android application that relies on the framework’s Fragment class.
  • It can be downloaded via jitpack and its versioning will attempt to always follow that of React Native’s major.minor versions.Our Android app originated around 2013 when Fragments were the Android standard and we’ve stuck with them ever since.
  • For anyone else that has tried to use React Native, you may also realize that support for Fragments is non-existent.
  • We hope this library, although small, may help others to get started quickly into the React Native ecosystem.

React Native Android Fragment does exactly what it’s name implies. It helps to facilitate the development of a React Native application, for a pre-existing Android application that relies on the frame
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