Implement Google Maps in ReactJs – Hacker Noon

Implement Google Maps in ReactJs  #react #googlemaps #google #programming #api #reactjs

  • Hopefully this article helps you avoid the troubles I’ve gone through.Finding the Best PackageThe trouble was mostly finding the best package with good documentation to follow through so that I can get my Google Maps on my page and going.
  • The package I found best was google-map-react by istarkov.Google Map Example ProjectWhat was really nice of him to also do was to also create React.Js example project implementing google-map-react this way you can have real world application to see examples of.Quick StartHe does a pretty good job getting you quick started…
  • Copy and paste the following lines of code to that file.import React, { Component } from ‘react’import GoogleMapReact from ‘google-map-react’const AnyReactComponent = ({ text }) = div{ text }/div;export default class Map extends Component { static defaultProps = { center: { lat: 40.7446790, lng: -73.9485420 }, zoom: 11 }render() {…
  • / /GoogleMapReact /div ) }}Now you can just import this file onto any other component/container file you have and it should display Google’s Map in your project!
  • For more understanding of Google Maps, I’d recommend reading the google-map-react GitHub repo with the Google Maps API documentation while using the project as a reference.Hope this helped!

I’ve had my fair share of trouble implementing Google Maps in ReactJs using a npm package. Hopefully this article helps you avoid the troubles I’ve gone through. The trouble was mostly finding the…
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How to use Presentational/Container components in a Redux app – Jakob Lind

I wrote about when and how to use presentational/container components #reactjs #redux

  • Either present something visual (presentational component) OR fetch data (container component).
  • You can use the container/presentational pattern when using both regular Ajax calls inside your components, or when you are using Redux to fetch data.
  • When you start coding your Redux app, you usually start with a wrapper component that receives the data from the Redux store.
  • It is possible to connect Redux to any React component in your application.
  • In a real world application you might need to do more advanced refactorings of the presentational components.

Have you read about Presentational/Container pattern but are still not sure how it looks when it’s used correctly? When should you use it and when should you NOT use it?
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webpack optimization — A Case Study – WalmartLabs – Medium

  • However, after going through webpack’s docs and code, there didn’t seem to be an easy way to disable that with a single switch.
  • I opened an issue here and after some discussion with webpack’s Tobias Koppers, we settled on allowing webpack’s node option to accept a false config.With NodeSourcePlugin disabled, our code that depend on it all failed and I was able to pinpoint among our hundreds of components, which one to look into.I found out that a few components that have server side only behavior implemented it through the runtime flag provided by exenv, like this:import { canUseDOM } from “exenv”function foo() { if (!
  • canUseDOM) { const crypto = require(“crypto”) // do something with crypto }}The idea is simple, if code is not executing on the browser, then do something on the server side only using the crypto module.
  • Unfortunately, webpack only does static analysis to find out what code needs to be bundled.
  • That means NodeJS crypto is included even though it’s only needed for server side.

Since we open sourced part of the Electrode platform from @WalmartLabs, we’ve had a lot of contributions to our NodeJS and ReactJS archetype modules, including bug fixes, new features, and updating…
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How to build an SEO friendly website with React — BluedgeLtd

Build an SEO friendly website with #ReactJS:

  • It requires the basic React modules and also our next file to create the app.js file where we will put the code for our React app.
  • We require ‘ babel-core ‘ module so we can compile React code (note the presets parameter : ‘ react ‘).
  • Alternatively you can use ‘ npm run build ‘ as we have this line of code in the package.json file
  • Making 2 different files will also help while rendering the file on the server site as we will work directly with the app.js file
  • // REACT (for SEO) var React = require(‘react’); var ReactDOMServer = require(‘react-dom/server’);

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4 things for efficient Redux — SPACELAB TEAM

4 things for #efficient #Redux, good input by @iJaniashvili 🏆 🎖 #reactjs #webdevelopment

  • If I only create one action, It won’t be readable, if I write two actions – I’ll repeat myself.
  • If you dispatch action in Redux and you have multiple reducers, it will crawl all of those reducers and “react” if reducer “responds” to that action.
  • I had such case with two actions dealing to `close` or `remove` link.
  • This gives us ability to “listen” on some actions in different reducers

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6 lessons learned from going to production with React-Redux — Medium

6 lessons learned from going to production with React-Redux:  #ReactJS

  • Every React component uses several reducers in a real world application, as most advanced apps use several data pieces.
  • if its not in the react component and there is no actual data layer that is responsible then someone is, the action .
  • Every container can hold other containers and components.
  • Some claim that you should use only props, and some say that you should use props as the data representation and state for UI states of the view.
  • We decided to adopt this concept reference it as Container and Components.

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React For Everyone #15 – Using Forms

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