Zaha: a visual note taking app – Tamrat – Medium

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  • Zaha: a visual note taking appDemo: is a simple visual note taker / mood board made with React.You create your visual notes by adding a mix of text or image notes on to the board.
  • You can drag around each text/image note around the board or edit it’s color highlight for more organizing within the board.This project is mostly based on how I come up with ideas for projects or crystalize concepts in my head.
  • I usually collect inspiration images and texts (mostly quotes) to get me started with an idea.
  • My sketchbook is full of bits and pieces of ideas in the form of nuggets of texts and images.This is v1 and you can’t save your notes yet!
  • ( coming soon 🙂 )This project is made at the Recurse Center , where I am currently learning programming.I called the project Zaha — after one of my favorite architect!

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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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ReactJs the simple way – Reduce boilerplate code and enjoy React

#reactjs the simple way – Reduce boilerplate code and enjoy React!

  • It contains actions to update the state, stores to hold it and a dispatcher to coordinate the changes, but the truth is that the important statement of flux is the unidirectional data flow: When the state is updated, the application is re-rendered reactively, so it is the state who rules the application.
  • Flux definition, including stores, actions and a dispatcher, usually explains the unidirectional data flow in a more complex way that it should.
  • It’s a data structure that triggers events when it is updated, and it happens to contain all the needed to add the unidirectional data flow to your app.
  • Every time the state is updated, Freezer create a new immutable object for it reusing the unmodified parts of the data tree.
  • Let’s see the code of the todo update reaction:

    You might be thinking that having the input values outside the components will re-render your whole app every time the user types.

ReactJs the simple way – Reduce boilerplate code and enjoy React
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Make React Fast Again [Part 1]: Performance Timeline

Make React Fast Again: Performance Timeline ►►►  #ReactJS #ReactNative

  • Performance timelineReact 15.4.0 introduced a new performance timeline feature that lets you see exactly when components get mounted, updated, and unmounted.
  • While it is typical to have fairly deep component trees in React, if you are optimizing a component that is mounted frequently, it can help to reduce the number of wrapper components since each adds a small performance and memory penalty.One caveat here is that the timing numbers in the timeline are for the development build of React, which is much slower than prod.
  • Also, whether or not a component updates at all is not dependent on a prod build.Demo!For fun, I rigged the TodoMVC app to have some serious performance problems.
  • See if you can spot which components are causing the performance problems :)Debugging Performance Issues in ProductionThe performance timeline feature in React only works in local development, since it gets compiled out of React’s production build.
  • It lets you quickly see which components are updating, and which might be slowing down your app.Since react_perf only works in development, check out LogRocket, for diagnosing bugs and performance issues in production.

React is usually pretty fast, but it’s easy to make small mistakes that lead to performance issues. Slow component mounts, deep component trees, and unnecessary render cycles can quickly add up to an…
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Upgrade Your Skills – Top 3 React Online Courses for 2017 >> #ReactJS #React #Course

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    This course teaches you React and Redux from the beginning.

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    What This Course Teaches You

    Vaibhav’s course launched in March 2017 and delivers up-to-date content for learning React.

  • First, you’ll learn React basics, so that Vaibhav can focus on building practical sample applications in the following course modules.

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Make React Fast Again [Part 1]: Performance Timeline

Make React Fast Again [Part 1]: Performance Timeline @b_edelstein  #Javascript #Reactjs

  • Performance timelineReact 15.4.0 introduced a new performance timeline feature that lets you see exactly when components get mounted, updated, and unmounted.
  • While it is typical to have fairly deep component trees in React, if you are optimizing a component that is mounted frequently, it can help to reduce the number of wrapper components since each adds a small performance and memory penalty.One caveat here is that the timing numbers in the timeline are for the development build of React, which is much slower than prod.
  • Also, whether or not a component updates at all is not dependent on a prod build.Demo!For fun, I rigged the TodoMVC app to have some serious performance problems.
  • See if you can spot which components are causing the performance problems :)Debugging Performance Issues in ProductionThe performance timeline feature in React only works in local development, since it gets compiled out of React’s production build.
  • It lets you quickly see which components are updating, and which might be slowing down your app.Since react_perf only works in development, check out LogRocket, for diagnosing bugs and performance issues in production.

React is usually pretty fast, but it’s easy to make small mistakes that lead to performance issues. Slow component mounts, deep component trees, and unnecessary render cycles can quickly add up to an…
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