React links time! ⚛️ Super easy magic-move transitions ⚛️ Virtual DOM explained…

  • Wrap any element (not just images) in a component.
  • Add the same to create a transition between the elements.
  • A transition is made when an component is unmounted and another is mounted not later than 100ms.
  • The transition is made by cloning the unmounted and mounted components, adding them with position and CSS transformed from the source to the target position.

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Ruby on Rails Is Dead — 2018 Edition – JetRuby

  • The rumors of Ruby’s nascent (inevitable, immutable, irreversible) demise have been whispered about for years inside developer locker rooms, and yet the language and Rails, the framework, are still around, powering hundreds of thousands of websites.
  • The TIOBE index (the index that uses search engine results) places Ruby in the top 20 technologies.
  • It just so happens that due to the unique nature of Ruby, we’re able to write clean code — faster, which is a great thing for startups and businesses that run on lean innovation.
  • Let’s not forget what makes Ruby greatRuby teaches you some great coding habits: such as TDD approach, MVC pattern, separate databases, DRY code, and restful routes, which in the end translates to clean code that needs less testing.
  • It’s up to you, but the truth is: if you’re making a web or enterprise app, with Ruby you’ll write better quality code, spend less time testing and launch your product before your competitors do, so you can start getting revenue and think about where to take your product next….

It’s 2018, and it’s high time for us at JetRuby to once again scrutinise everything we believe in, and answer the million (ish)-dollar question: The rumors of Ruby’s nascent (inevitable, immutable…
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7 Best Javascript Frameworks 2018 For Web Developers

  • Node.js provides server-side scripting feature as javascript Frameworks to runs server-side scripts to produce dynamic web page content.
  • Angular JS 2 stand among the most popular Javascript frameworks which is used by many developers to build and maintain complex web applications.
  • It contains different functionalities similar to other javaScript frameworks contains  which support other parts of the application in a form of services & also improves the existing modules into ES6 modules.
  • Vue collaborates with WEEX, which is a cross-platform UI framework which uses Vue as its best Javascript frameworks for runtime which helps to use same Vue component syntax as well as other components that cannot be rendered in the Browser & also natively on iOS and Android.
  • Hence, Many JavaScript frameworks offer innovative features to manage complexity in web applications with an integrated development toolkit that enables rapid iteration.

JavaScript is a scripting language used in web development to add dynamic and interactive elements to the websites using various Javascript Frameworks
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React.js Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.Apr 2018)

React.js Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.Apr 2018)

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  • React.js Top 10 Articles for the Past Month (v.Apr 2018)For the past month, we ranked nearly 1,100 React.js articles to pick the Top 10 stories that can help advance your career (0.9% chance).
  • Tweet of the monthTopics in this list: Redux, Testing, Tutorial, Rendering, SPA, Context, Components, GraphQL, Airbnb, Webpack 4“Watch” React.js Monthly Top 10 on Github and get email once a month.As an article ranking service for professionals, we take quality very seriously and make sure each article you read is great….
  • Mybridge AI considers the total number of shares, minutes read, and uses our machine learning algorithm to rank articles.
  • This is a competitive list and you’ll find the experience and techniques shared by the React leaders useful.
  • Course of the month: – A) Beginners: Modern React with Redux: Master the fundamentals of React and Redux with this tutorial as you develop apps with React Router, Webpack, and ES6 [28,212 recommends, 4.7/5 stars] – B) Advanced: GraphQL with React: The Complete Developers Guide.

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How to build a server-rendered React app with Next & Express

  • Next, open up your package.json and replace your script section with this: – Run the npm run dev command, you should get an error like : – next Couldn’t find a `pages` directory.
  • Please create one under the project rootThis is because Next uses the pages directory and the files in them to map its routes.
  • Look at this route below, This helps us to achieve clean URLs as discussed in the paragraph above: – By default, it’s easy to use query strings in Next, but as usual, you want to keep your URLs clean, so you opt for something like: /p/2 rather than /p?id=2.
  • In the code above, we use the popular express routing to define such routes, then we pass the page that should be loaded and the id as a query param to the main Next app.
  • First, create a file called next.config.js in the root of your app and add the following content: – Note: In the setup above, only the index page would be exported as it is the only route we have specified in the PathMap.What if we want to add more pages?

How to build a server-rendered React with Next & Express (plus discussion on why you server-side rendering and customer server APIs.
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Top 3 React Native Courses By Stephen Grider (React Native)

Top 3 #reactnative Courses By Stephen Grider (#reactnative)  #redux

  • Check out our top three courses for learning React Native courses by Stephen Grider.
  • This course is for anyone looking to make native apps with React Native – – “Explains everything clearly, doesn’t skip over stuff.
  • Want to read more amazing reviews about Stephen Grider’s The Complete React Native and Redux Course?
  • Yes, click here to read more reviews… – – Description: Master the fundamentals of React and Redux with this tutorial as you develop apps with React Router, Webpack, and ES6 – – Ratings: 4.7 (28,056 ratings) – – Students: 93,804 students enrolled – – Instructor: Stephen Grider – – -…
  • Want to read more amazing reviews about Stephen Grider’s React Native: Advanced Concepts?

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React Router DOM v4 Tutorial (with Examples)

#React Router DOM v4 Tutorial (with Examples)  #reactjs #javascript #Programming #coding

  • The < Route > component is one of the most useful components of React Router v4 and the idea behind it is simple, wherever you want to render something when only there is a match with the location’s path you can use a Route component.
  • We can just append the name to be used for the variable plus a colon : to the end of the route’s path, for example: – – When there is a path match an object which has the following properties will be created and passed to the component: – -…
  • First we import the necessary routing components such as Route and BrowserRouter – – Next we create the base layout component, besides common HTML tags we also use React Router v4 components Link and Route: – – Next we create our pages: – – And finally we create the App…
  • In our example app we used the prop exact in the Route for component HomePage – – That’s because React Router v4 uses inclusive routing instead of exclusive routing used by React Router v3 so without exact property the home component will be rendered with all other components, for example…
  • You can also navigate inside your React application using methods from the history object, for example: – – Which are equivalent to: – – Whenever you want to redirect to another location, you can place component which is when rendered will redirect to the location specified in to prop that…

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Mern Stack Crud App Using create-react-app & React Redux Part 1.

Mern Stack Crud App Using create-react-app & React Redux Part 1.

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#Reactjs #Redux

  • js – import express from ‘express’; – import path from ‘path’; – import bodyParser from ‘body-parser’; – import logger from ‘morgan’; – import mongoose from ‘mongoose’; – import bb from ‘express-busboy’;// import routes – import todoRoutes from define our app using express – const app = express();// express-busboy to parse…
  • /h2′); – });// start the server – app.listen(port,() = { – console.log(`App Server Listening at ${port}`); – });The above code sets up a express app, with an /api route points to a Let’s create this express from ‘express’;//import controller file – import * as todoController from get an instance of…
  • get(todoController.getTodo) – default router;Create a controller file todo.server.controller.js in a new folder called controllers to handle the CRUD functionality at the mongoose from ‘mongoose’;//import models – import Todo from const getTodos = (req,res) = { – Todo.find().
  • So create a new directory in the express-server folder called models and then create another file in that called mongoose from ‘mongoose’;var Schema = mongoose.Schema({ – createdAt:{ – type: Date, – default: Date.now – }, – fullName: String, – todoText: String – });export default mongoose.model(‘Todo’, Schema);Even though Node.js supports many…
  • js – import express from ‘express’; – import path from ‘path’; – import bodyParser from ‘body-parser’; – import logger from ‘morgan’; – import mongoose from ‘mongoose’; – import SourceMapSupport from ‘source-map-support’;// import routes – import todoRoutes from define our app using express – const app = express();// “*”); – “Origin,…

The MERN (MongoDB, Express, ReactJs, Node.js) stack is arguably the most popular stack for any web application these days. Our application is a basic crud application tutorial that will help you get…
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JSK Weekly is out. Come and see the best stories of the past week  #javascript #reactjs

JSK Weekly is out. Come and see the best stories of the past week  #javascript #reactjs

  • Fans of productivity tools will definitely enjoy an excellent article “Top JavaScript VSCode Extensions for Faster Development” by Arfat Salman.
  • If you are into JavaScript development you should educate yourself about functional programming whenever is possible.
  • One of the great articles that can help you with this task is “Can You Avoid Functional Programming as a Policy?”
  • We have several articles including the ones on the official blog.
  • One of the most interesting articles on the subject for this week is Dwayne Charrington’s “Aurelia CLI Is Now Webpack First” and “Aurelia Firebase Server-side Rendering Skeleton Template”.

Fans of productivity tools will definitely enjoy an excellent article “Top JavaScript VSCode Extensions for Faster Development” by Arfat Salman.

If you are into JavaScript development you should educate yourself about functional programming whenever is possible. One of the great articles that can help you with this task is “Can You Avoid Functional Programming as a Policy?” by Eric Elliott.

Finally our favorite framework, Aurelia, has caught quite some attention this week. We have several articles including the ones on the official blog. One of the most interesting articles on the subject for this week is Dwayne Charrington’s “Aurelia CLI Is Now Webpack First” and “Aurelia Firebase Server-side Rendering Skeleton Template”.

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Styling in React – codeburst

  • A style rule will have been inlined ğŸ‘� – Before digging into third party CSS in JS, let’s roll back to creating it ourself to understand the core benefits.
  • ğŸ‘� – A major benefit of defining CSS in JS is to be able to conditionally generate styles.
  • You’re also inlining everything 😭 – Third party packages exampleLuckily, there are some great third party packages to aid with handling CSS in JS 😌 – I don’t have experience with them all so I will be using styled-components for these examples.
  • If you’d rather take a quick look at styled-components before going any further, check it out here ğŸ‘� Don’t worry though, I will keep any examples intuitive and simple.
  • But consider that our CSS will have to contain styling for when the nav is open and closed ğŸ‘� – Using styled-components we could create something more along the lines of – That is so much clearer ğŸ˜� Any styling declaration via classNames are extracted and we are left with…

Styling is a huge part of the user experience for your apps. You’ve got a new design and you’re going to build your new awesome app in React. But how do you go about implementing that design? It…
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