Getting Started With React Programming

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  • You should know the basic concepts of JavaScript like – – – Basically, it is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces.
  • We can say that it’s a new type of JS library, offering a new approach to build/update a View.
  • It creates a virtual DOM to track the changes when the application state is updated and uses the virtual DOM to update only those parts of a page which have been changed.
  • It was first deployed on Facebook’s Newsfeed in 2011 and after that, on – – Where To Use React – – As we discussed above, it’s a JavaScript library so, it is possible to use React everywhere where JavaScript code can be executed.
  • In the upcoming article, I will explain more about virtual DOM using programming example along with the graphical view.

React is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. It is developed by Facebook to facilitate the building with the interactive, stateful and reusable UI components.
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Walmart Labs open sources its tool for bringing React Native to existing mobile apps – TechCrunch

  • With Electrode, the company’s Walmart Labs division open sourced the React-based framework that powers Walmart.com’s frontend and today the same group is also launching Electrode Native, its tool for bringing React Native to existing native apps on iOS and Android.
  • The basics idea here is that Electrode Native allows large companies like Walmart to take their existing apps and slowly migrate parts of their code to React Native, Facebook’s open source framework for building native apps in JavaScript.
  • React Native simply becomes a third-party library that’s used in the native app and the React Native code then lives in what Walmart Labs calls an “Electrode Native MiniApp.”
  • This approach also means developers can write their code for iOS and Android once (Walmart currently develops an iOS and Android app for all of its main brands) and maybe most importantly, that React Native code inside the app can be updated over the air without forcing users to download…
  • Walmart’s developers first used Electrode Native to update the shopping cart section of the Walmart mobile app.

Walmart is placing a big bet on React Native. With Electrode, the company’s Walmart Labs division open sourced the React-based framework that powers Walmart.com’s frontend and today the same group is also launching Electrode Native, its tool for bringing React Native to existing native apps on iOS and Android.
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Walmart Labs open sources its tool for bringing React Native to existing mobile apps

  • With Electrode, the company’s Walmart Labs division open sourced the React-based framework that powers Walmart.com’s frontend and today the same group is also launching Electrode Native, its tool for bringing React Native to existing native apps on iOS and Android.
  • The basics idea here is that Electrode Native allows large companies like Walmart to take their existing apps and slowly migrate parts of their code to React Native, Facebook’s open source framework for building native apps in JavaScript.
  • React Native simply becomes a third-party library that’s used in the native app and the React Native code then lives in what Walmart Labs calls an “Electrode Native MiniApp.”
  • This approach also means developers can write their code for iOS and Android once (Walmart currently develops an iOS and Android app for all of its main brands) and maybe most importantly, that React Native code inside the app can be updated over the air without forcing users to download…
  • Walmart’s developers first used Electrode Native to update the shopping cart section of the Walmart mobile app.

Walmart is placing a big bet on React Native. With Electrode, the company’s Walmart Labs division open sourced the React-based framework that powers..
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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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ASP.NET MVC 5 With ReactJS

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  • There are many popular JavaScript libraries in the market but React is the the most popular, and it has strong and large foundation and community behind it.
  • When we develop applications in MVC, we use JavaScript, jQuery, and HTML with it.
  • Now, NuGet package team has provided in-built library package for Visual Studio for MVC 4, 5 and ASP.NET Core.
  • So now, you can directly download the NuGet Package for React.js for your MVC application from npm, and use it in your application easily.
  • In this article, we learned how to use React JS in ASP NET MVC.

React is a very popular front-end library developed by Facebook. It’s basically used for handling view layer for web and mobile apps.
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Top Reasons to Choose ReactJS for Your Project

Top Reasons to Choose ReactJS for Your Project
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  • In addition to the evolvement of servers hardware and its computing power, software development is also expanding, so now the site pages are loading almost instantly.
  • We decided to explicate the narration in order to shed light onto Mr. ReactJS who was able to provoke arguments and feedbacks.
  • Everybody is a winner.
  • We believe that you have heard about React JavaScript framework, a free library from the Facebook developers, which is used on many modern websites.
  • ReactJS is a trend in web development and a library you should probably consider for your project.

ReactJS is a trend in web development and a library you should probably consider for your project.
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Creating Universal Windows Apps With React Native – Smashing Magazine

Creating Universal Windows Apps With React Native  #webdevelopment #news

  • The Windows plugin for RNPM will automatically install the react-native and react peer dependencies for react-native-windows if they have not been installed.
  • Adding React Native for Windows to Existing Projects Link
  • npm install –save-dev rnpm-plugin-windows rnpm windows
  • E.g., if you have files MyComponent.windows.js and MyComponent.js , node-haste will choose MyComponent.js for Android and iOS and MyComponent.windows.js for Windows.
  • Installing the React Native Universal Windows platform extension is easy, whether you want to add the Windows platform to your existing app, or you want to start from scratch building an app just for Windows.

React.js is a popular JavaScript library for building reusable UI components. React Native takes all the great features of React, from the one-way binding and virtual DOM to debugging tools, and applies them to mobile app development on iOS and Android. With the React Native Universal Windows platform extension, you can now make your React Native applications run on the Universal Windows families of devices, including desktop, mobile, and Xbox, as well as Windows IoT, Surface Hub, and HoloLens.
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