Available now from @PacktPub #reactjs #tooling #javascript #book

Available now from @PacktPub

#reactjs #tooling #javascript #book

  • React 16 Tooling covers the most important tools, utilities, and libraries that every React developer needs to know — in detail.
  • Adam starts with a hand-picked selection of the best tools for the React 16 ecosystem.
  • Not only does this tool bootstrap your React project for you, it also provides a consistent and stable framework to build upon.
  • Other React tools follow this same approach to automating and improving your development life.
  • In this book, we’ll look at each of these powerful tools in detail, showing you how to build the perfect React ecosystem to develop your apps within.

React 16 Tooling covers the most important tools, utilities, and libraries that every React developer needs to know — in detail.
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React Authentication in Depth – Hacker Noon

React Authentication in Depth:  #React #Reactjs #ReactNative #JavaScript

  • First, let’s go ahead and create our React project using Create React App, and change into the new project’s directory: – create-react-app react-auth – cd react-authNext, let’s install React Router and Glamor using either npm or yarn: – yarn add react-router-dom glamoror – npm i react-router-dom glamor –saveAdding the identity providerYou…
  • Next we’ll add user-signin (Amazon Cognito) and deploy the new configuration: – awsmobile user-signin enable – awsmobile pushawsmobile user-signin enable will enable Amazon Cognito in our project with default settings, including 2 factor authentication with SMS (we will add TOTP later).
  • If you would like more control over how your authentication provider is created, you can either pass the -p flag to specify a more detailed configuration (awsmobile user-signin enable -p), or you can go to Amazon Cognito to directly create and configure the service in the console.To see a more…
  • : 2 factor authentication for new user sign up – confirmSignUp(username: string, authenticationCode: string) – signIn — signs in an existing user – signIn(username: string, password: 2 factor authentication for user sign in – confirmSignIn(user: object, authenticationCode: string) – Now, let’s wire this up!
  • When the user signs up using the signUp method, they will receive an authorization code via SMS, and will need to input this value into the form and we will then confirm that this code is correct by calling confirmSignUp: – – Let’s now create the inputs, buttons, and the…

How to do implement world 2 factor authentication (both SMS and TOTP) using React, React Router, and Amazon Cognito In this post, we’ll walk through how to implement real world user sign up and sign…
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Getting started with React and Parcel

  • That’s why this guide is kept fairly short yet it should give you all the essentials to setup your React project with Parcel.
  • Parcel is traversing trough all required files (e.g. index.js) to include them in the final application.
  • As alternative to get your application running without the package.json start script, you could also install Parcel as a global npm package and just run the line from the script on your command line.
  • If you try to run your application with Parcel on the command line now, you should get a “Unexpected token” error.
  • If these files are in your src/ folder, Parcel should take care of resolving them for you.

This guide helps you to setup React with Parcel from 0 to 1. Learn how to use Parcel and Babel in React.js with zero-configuration. Setup your own boilerplate application …
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Best Practice: How I structure my React/ Redux projects

  • But when developing larger projects one have to think about a good structure of components and code artifacts.
  • When it comes to sharing components and (redux-)logic between several project a good composition is keen.
  • The initial project structure created by React Create App looks as follows: – – When you start introducing Redux you also need places for the typical redux artifacts: the store, reducers, epics and actions.
  • contains the reducers which may change the store’s state based on the actions of this component: { } ; { } ; ({ value , output Enter your name and press submit! })
  • For this reason my components always also include a set of actions, epics and reducers: – – includes a plain react component which is wrapped by within : – – These component redux structures may also be with multiple levels, just like the usual ones mentioned above.

When developing frontends I personally love to work with React and Redux due to its functional paradigms: You can easily develop, compose and test web components – Wondeful. But when developing larger projects one have to think about a good structure of components and code artifacts. When it comes to sharing components and (redux-)logic between several project a good composition is keen.
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ASP.NET Core Basics: React with an API – Eric L. Anderson

#aspNETCore basics: build a #ReactJs app with an #API

  • This post is going to cover adding a React project to the existing using the React template that is now built into Visual Studio.
  • The goal for the React project in this initial post will be to connect to the contacts API and download a list of contacts and render that to the screen.
  • The following is the resulting React project in the context of the full solution.
  • Next, make sure and run npm install from a command prompt in the React project’s directory to ensure all the npm packages get restored.
  • Since this is my first time working with React I took the  FetchData.tsx file and copied the contents and used that as the starting point for my contact list.

In the past, I have done some exploration on Aurelia and Angular via the ASP.NET Core Basics series. This post is going to take a similar approach as I start doing some exploration with React. The code for the project will be in the same repo as the previous basics examples and will be utilizing the same API to pull data. The code before adding the React project can be found here.
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#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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#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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  • We’ll then go over some component design pointers, and how the data flows from one component to the next.
  • A git repository that helps you get your environment set up in no time
  • The way you’ll get going is by cloning a git repository and running a few commands on the command line.
  • In the end you’ll know what a container component is, you will know why you need to mutate state, you will write action creators, reducers, and a bunch of components!
  • Because you won’t mess around too much to get an environment going, you’ll be able to get to the nitty gritty of React within minutes.

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This Week In React #4

“This Week In React #4” by @ericnakagawa  #reactjs

  • I love working with the Fullstack React team on daily basis, they are a great bunch to work with.
  • Projects aimed at beginning React developers.
  • I started out the project using Backbone, and stumbled across React.
  • Each post shall feature 3+ interesting projects and an interview with someone from the community.
  • The Week In React is a weekly publication highlighting interesting projects and active members from the React community.

13 projects, 1 interview, and 15 upcoming events!
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How to create a React component to publish on NPM?

How to create a #ReactJS component to publish on NPM?

  • So we have our component package created and well tested.
  • When we have the project structure ready, we can start testing our component.
  • The generator is quite old and is missing some NPM packages.
  • When someone imports our component in their project it will use this file.
  • Apart from the component’s code, you can also find the index.js file in it.

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@ReactiveConf: “How to create a #ReactJS component to publish on NPM?”


In the blog post I am explaining how to create the React component as a library to publish on NPM (Node Package Manager).


How to create a React component to publish on NPM?