The Pros and Cons of ReactJS for your Online Business

The Pros and Cons of ReactJS for your Online Business  via @janlgordon

  • With React, it is possible for webmasters and online business owners to develop large web-based applications that change data while reloading pages.
  • Webmasters can also use React together with other forms of frameworks or JavaScript libraries like Angular in MVC.
  • It makes it possible to reuse components that didn’t produce changes, and this makes programming more comfortable and precise for online business owners.
  • The great news for webmasters is that Google might still find the React component when just the client-side is rendered.
  • ReactJS is a great framework for online business.

This isn’t quite a ReactJS guide for the layman. But it is a useful for business owners, if only to glean enough to know how to talk with your techie
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ReactJS Bangalore (Bangalore)

This month's event is inspired by the docs!

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  • ReactJS is a javascript library for building user interfaces.
  • It is one of the best libraries to build modern web applications.
  • Join Us, If you like to learn more about reactjs and share your knowledge with other members of this group.
  • You can also join our  facebook group to chat with other members – – You can also join us on slack for active discussions on topics related to react

ReactJS is a javascript library for building user interfaces. It is incredibly powerful and easy to learn. It is one of the best libraries to build modern
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PrimeReact 1.0.0-Final Released

  • PrimeTek is excited to announce that PrimeReact 1.0.0-Final is now available featuring over 60 open source UI components for ReactJS.
  • PrimeFaces and PrimeNG have been huge successes already and PrimeReact now joins them to form the “big three”.
  • PrimeReact offers 17 free themes out of the box and we’ve also ported the popular Ultima and Avalon templates to PrimeReact as well.
  • Prime UI Suites are famous of not being tied to any design language and PrimeReact is no exception, if you prefer material design go with Ultima or if you like bootstrap styling check out Avalon.
  • Our plan is to align the featureset with PrimeNG and PrimeFaces so that new features are added to all 3 in parallel from that point on.

PrimeTek is excited to announce that PrimeReact 1.0.0-Final is now available featuring over 60 open source UI components for ReactJS.  We’ve announced the project kickstart back in January 2017 and after months of hard work and dedication, 1.0 is finally here. This milestone is actually the beginning, many new features are on our roadmap and we hope to receive community feedback to improve the library. PrimeFaces and PrimeNG have been huge successes already and PrimeReact now joins them to form the “big three”.
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Tonight at @In3DC – Lets React -group learning about #reactjs & #reactnative #javascript …

  • A group interested in working together to learn about reactjs and react native

    Want to thank all the people who came out for the first session last week of the #reactjs and #reactnative Let’s React – React 101 Group Learning at @in3dc

    We decided to split the session into two groups, a beginners class and a more advanced class.

  • The more advanced class will work with #reactnative #firebase and cover some more advanced topics – come through on Thursday’s to see what you missed

Eventbrite – Inclusive Innovation Incubator (In3) presents Lets React – React 101 Group – Thursday, August 10, 2017 at Inclusive Innovation Incubator, Washington, DC. Find event and ticket information.
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React Native and ReactJS – Ahmed Mahmoud – Medium

React Native and ReactJS  #react #frontenddevelopment #webdevelopment #reactjs #reactjs

  • React Native and ReactJSThey’re not quite the sameReact Native is a framework that lets you build mobile apps for different platforms using only javascript, even few contributors customized it to build desktop apps (Mac and Windows).
  • It’s quite similar to ReactJS in a way, however there are some differences between React Native and ReactJS.Is a framework:React Native is a framework, but ReactJS is a JS library.
  • Meaning, for ReactJS you’ll need a bundler like webpack and then you’ll figure out which modules you’ll need for the project, on the other hand, you won’t need any bundler or any other tools to bootstrap your project, only react-native-cli.
  • Doesn’t have HTML:In React Native, you won’t have html elements, you’ll have instead alternative components that work in a similar way, and they map to actual IOS and Android UI components that renders on the app.Because you’re not rendering HTML, you can’t use any ReactJS library that renders HTML, but you most probably will find alternative React Native libraries here.CSS only in JS:In React Native, styling is only done in JS, and it’s not exactly CSS, and it doesn’t always behave like it, nevertheless it looks pretty much like CSS.No CSS Animations:In React Native, you don’t have CSS Animations, the recommended way to animate a component is using Animated API.Developer tools for Code, not for UI:You still can use the same Chrome DevTools to debug your app, also you can use Redux DevTools to inspect the state of your app, but still you can’t inspect the UI with Chrome DevTools, you’ll have to use the platform native inspector (XCode/Android studio).
  • Tools:XCode (for IOS)Andriod Studio (for Andriod)Device (if you don’t want to run the app only on simulators)Here’s a React Native crash course that’ll help you get started really quickly.

React Native is a framework that lets you build mobile apps for different platforms using only javascript, even few contributors customized it to build desktop apps (Mac and Windows). It’s been…
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Beginners Guide into ReactJS

  • See React as HTML inside Javascript which brought about JSX(Javascript XML) we’ll discuss more on that later.
  • A React component is a single object that not only outputs HTML like a traditional template would, but also includes all the code needed to control that output.
  • As you can see, the component approach means that both HTML and JavaScript code live in the same file.
  • In React, mutable state is typically kept in the state property of components, and only updated with , They are referred to has

    Let’s quickly go through the below code.

  • The render method consist of a form element that has an input field and also a submit button below, The input field has the onChange function that takes in , this method takes in as a parameter which happens to be the DOM event handler, and gets the result from , is one of the component API methods which is use to update state value, with this as a user types into the input field, the value will be updated in state.

Dive into React with this Quick Start Guide. Differences between Props and State
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Help people make more intelligent decisions whilst working with #reactjs and #clojurescript

Help people make more intelligent decisions whilst working with #reactjs and #clojurescript

  • An impartial comparison and switching service who help compare prices on gas & electricity, home phone, broadband, digital television, mobile phones and personal finance products including mortgages, credit cards, current accounts and insurance.
  • Their aim is to help customers take advantage of the best prices and services on offer from suppliers so they can get their best deal.

Empower people to make intelligent decisions. (Reactjs, Javascript, Clojurescript)
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