Using Horizon/RethinkDB with React

  • Horizon, which is built on RethinkDB and by the RethinkDB team, facilitates common application development tasks like backend setup, real-time data transfer, security and scalability.
  • This tutorial will give you an introduction to Horizon and RethinkDB while also showing you how to build a simple app with Horizon and React.
  • Before hitting the code, let’s learn a few basic Horizon concepts:

    Horizon groups data into horizon collections and each collection is backed by a RethinkDB table.

  • Here’s a visual to help you make sense of the data flow in this app:

    Note that any change in the data is sent from one React client into Horizon and Horizon sends it back to all React apps so they can update their view, this flow makes sure that all clients are always watching the same without inconsistencies.

  • Our app will use two Horizon collections, one for the “we need list” and other for the “we have list”.

Horizon is an open source Backend as a Service (BaaS) that allows developers to easily build data-driven web and mobile applications. Horizon, which is built on RethinkDB and by the RethinkDB team, facilitates common application development tasks like backend setup, real-time data transfer, security and scalability. Horizon can be run locally, on a private server or in the cloud.
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Mollie – Better payments

  • We make sure that all of Mollie’s packages and plugins, built by us and the community, are open-source and freely available.
  • So whether you prefer building on our API or a quick WooCommerce or Magento plugin, our host of packages and plugins will always allow you to efficiently integrate Payments and Recurring into any project.

Mollie builds payment products, commerce solutions and APIs that let you accept online and mobile payments, for small online stores and Fortune 500s alike.
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Sketch — A Playground for React Native – Exposition

  • Tools like Create React Native App and Expo make this much easier, but it’s still not quite the same experience as an online demo.I’ve been lucky enough to be working with Charlie Cheever and Jesse Ruder on Sketch for the past month, which addresses these pain points and makes it super easy to try something quickly.
  • And today we’re excited to announce Sketch to the public.Let’s go over the features, shall we?Instantly test your code on a device, or in the browserCreating a new sketch couldn’t be easier.
  • You can either preview the component on the emulator inside the browser, or open it directly on your device with the Expo app.The UI updates as you type — every keystroke, without having to hit save.
  • Facebook Login, BarCode scanner, Accelerometer, Maps, you name it.You can also import the following third party modules which we’ve bundled with the app: @expo/vector-icons, @expo/ex-navigation, react-router-native, react-navigation, react-native-tab-view, redux, react-redux, redux-effex, redux-logger, redux-thunk, apollo-client, react-apollo, graphql-tag, ReactNativeART, art/morph/path, base-64, date-fns, gl-mat4, hsv2rgb, immutable, lodash, pubnub, regl, seamless-immutable, socket.io-client, three, url-parse, uuid-jsvalidatorDrag and drop components to add features instantlyDon’t remember how to use those APIs and too lazy to look it up and copy paste code (and fix the errors, cause you never manage get it right the first time)?
  • Fear not, there’s a component library from where you can just drag and drop components to add a feature instantly!See Device logs in the EditorNeed to log that object to see why your code won’t work?

Today, we’re happy and excited to announce the release of Expo Sketch. You can try it right now by going to https://sketch.expo.io/ on your computer’s web browser. I’ve been always excited about…
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Surge VS GitHub Pages: How to deploy a create-react-app project

Surge VS GitHub Pages: How to deploy a create-react-app project  #ReactJS

  • Minimal configuration to deploy a project
  • npm run deploy will first build your project via npm run build .
  • After entering the project path, Surge will suggest a random domain to use.
  • Then use npm run build to prepare your project for deployment.
  • Surge VS GitHub Pages: How to deploy a create-react-app project

As a developer, there are several ways you can show off your skills to peers and prospective employers. Open source contributions are great. Blogging is great. But at some point you’ll want to get…
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Learning ReactJs Data Visualization Coupon Save 86 %

Learning ReactJs Data Visualization #Angular
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  • We’ll use ChartJS to display data in various chart forms, and finally we’ll look at how to load data dynamically from a MongoDB database and display it in our React component.
  • It is capable of rendering data reactively on to the web, enabling users to interact with it and see the results in real time.
  • We will then examine different data types, and you’ll find out how to move data between them in order to create a reactive map.
  • Using JSON as the data format, this course will show you how to ingest your data and display it on the web using a variety of techniques, such as charts and grids.
  • Ben Fhala discovered his passion for data visualization six years ago while he was working at Parsons in New York, in their data visualization department, PIIM. He is the owner of the online video training school, 02geek.com , and an Adobe ACP. He enjoys spending most of his time learning and teaching and has a love for visual programming and visualization in general.

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