#Redux can be this easy : source : #reactjs #ReactNative

#Redux  can be this easy : 
source : 
#reactjs #ReactNative

  • Setting up and organizing a redux store in your react/ react-native projects can be a tedious and daunting task.
  • Redux-Box aims at extracting the complexity in setting up redux with redux-saga, without loosing the flexibilty or without introducing new bizzare terms.
  • Run this command in your terminal/cmd to install the package: – – Redux box emphasizes on dividing the whole application into multiple modules.
  • Each of these modules manage it’s state seperately, with the help of 4 segments: – – 3.
  • actions (it contains the actionCreators for your store.

redux-box – Modular and easy-to-grasp redux container
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“Thinking in React” — A paradox statement – Sebastian K – Medium

Thinking in #ReactJS: A paradox statement  #JavaScript

  • But before we investigate further, let’s take a step back and think about the three basic principles of React components.React Components — Three Basic PrinciplesOther devs and I have identified three principles which should be the foundation for all React components:A component should be a pure function which transforms data into a user interface.
  • But what if multiple dumb components rely on the same data and should display updates to that data synchronously?Data Flow in ReactA simple React component treeLet’s take the component tree above as an example to study the way we move data around inside a React application.
  • This means that we have created a coupling between the target of our data (C and D) and all the components between these targets and their common state container (the root component).
  • There is a solution for this problem though, and its name is Context.Context to the Rescue!Context allows us to transform the root component into a context provider, which would then provide data for other components further down the tree without having to pass down this data explicitly the whole way to the target components.
  • You can read more about this in this article of MobX creator Michel Weststrate.In addition, the React documentation states that Context is an unstable API and recommends using a simple Provider component at the top of your hierarchy and using Higher Order Components to create the consumers which will then pass down the data to the actually consuming dumb components they wrap.

Managing state in React is a solved problem. Or is it? Dozens of state libraries exist, but why can we not simply use the tools React itself provides us?
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Introducing React Component Hierarchy – BPXL Craft – Medium

  • The particular example uses the -c flag to hide container components and highlight children of containers with an asterisk (*).
  • If your container components merely render their children with JSX, that works too.
  • rch uses Babylon to parse your components, which is the same parser that is used in Babel .
  • Is an sample of the output when using rch against the root App component from the open-source SoundCloud client sound-redux .
  • Components may be defined in any way (ES6 React.

React is a great tool for building UIs. Building a React application involves breaking up your app into pieces called “components.” While…
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Building React App With Flux Architecture And Baobab

Building #ReactJS app with Flux architecture & Baobab:

  • React makes re-rendering absolutely painless, because you don’t have to mutate DOM manually.
  • If you look into components/App you can see that its render() function is just a ‘RouteHandler’ component which is substituted by the current match route handler.
  • 3) Unnecessary component re-renders even when the state of component didn’t change.
  • List component renders a couple of ListElement components, let’s go deeper a look at the ListElement component.
  • The mixin listens to the changes on StateTree and re-renders the App component on each tree update.

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Building React App With Flux Architecture And Baobab

Building a React.js App: Up and Running with React and Webpack

Building a React.js App: Up and Running with React and Webpac... by @tylermcginnis33  #React

  • I ran webpack -w and at the end of my terminal output I get Output filename not configured…
  • I found that you didn’t say npm install with the –save command (so these modules go into the package.json).
  • When I run webpack -w I get an error that tells me that my ‘Output filename not configured’.
  • Because if you think about React, and we’ll talk a lot more about this, but React is basically composed of different components and there’s always one root component that’s going to render all of its children components.
  • I too faced the same issue and finally found I running the “webpack -w” from Public folder and not from the root folder.

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@eggheadio: “Building a React.js App: Up and Running with React and Webpac… by @tylermcginnis33 #React”

In this video, we’ll talk about JSX and learn the necessity of Webpack and specifically babel-loader for JSX to JavaScript transformation. We’ll also set up our basic architecture and build our very first React component.

Building a React.js App: Up and Running with React and Webpack