Just landed my PR addings docs about code splitting to the @reactjs docs

  • If you’re using Create React App, Next.js, Gatsby, or a similar tool you will have a Webpack setup out of the box to bundle your app.
  • You need to keep an eye on the code you are including in your bundle so that you don’t accidentally make it so large that your app takes a long time to load.
  • When Webpack comes across this syntax, it automatically start code-splitting your app.
  • You want to make sure you choose places that will split bundles evenly, but not be terribly interuptive to the users of your app.
  • Here’s an example of how to setup route-based code splitting into your app using libraries like React Router and React Loadable.

Most React apps will have their files “bundled” using tools like
Webpack or Browserify.
Bundling is the process of following imported files and merging them into a
single file: a “bundle”. This bundle can then be included on a webpage to load
an entire app at once.
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Modern React with Redux

  • Course Last Updated 10/24/17 for React Router v4 and Redux Form v7!
  • Mastering React and Redux can get you a position in web development or help you build that personal project you’ve been dreaming of.
  • This course will get you up and running quickly, and teach you the core knowledge you need to deeply understand and build React components and structure applications with Redux.
  • If you are new to React and Redux, or if you’ve been working to learn it but sometimes feel like you still don’t quite ‘get it’, this is the React course for you!
  • I’ve built the course that I would have wanted to take when I was learning React and Redux.

Master the fundamentals of React and Redux with this tutorial as you develop apps with React Router, Webpack, and ES6
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Articles On- Rise of #ReactJS #Development in 2018 – React JSX

Articles On- Rise of #ReactJS #Development in 2018 - React JSX

  • With React JSX it becomes extremely easy to code UI test cases due to its Virtual DOM system which is implemented in the JSX.
  • Also, with the help of React JSX you can use and reuse components throughout the applications.
  • The implementation of JSX provides a number of advantages through React which make it such a powerful tool for User Interface creation.
  • JSX is one of the unique features of React which is making it so popular.
  • It is evident that using JSX through React does not only provide various advantages but the changeover from other UI development platform like HTML to JSX is extremely easy and convenient.

React.js is what you need to develop mobile apps with awesome UI/UX. Learn React.js development whole process by industry experts to make your dream project.
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So you want to learn React.js? – EdgeCoders

So you want to learn React.js?


#javascript #ReactJS

  • This is a good thing, React is a library that does one thing really well, but it’s not the answer to everything.However, identify whether what you’re currently learning is React or not, mainly so that you don’t get confused about your effort to learn React itself.
  • This is not counting the tools and other libraries that complete React like for example, Redux or Relay.There is an important question about the order with which you need to learn things.
  • I like to be specific about this here, so if you don’t know how to map or reduce an array, or if you don’t understand the concept of closures and callbacks, or if seeing “this” in JavaScript code confuses you, you’re not ready for React and you still have a…
  • Imports and exports of modules (most important of all)You don’t have to start with ES2015, but you do need to eventually learn it (and not because you’re learning React).
  • Don’t start here until you’re very comfortable with React itself.

First, make peace with the fact that you need to learn more than just React to work with React. This is a good thing, React is a library that does one thing really well, but it’s not the answer to…
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Best React.js Books You Must Read

List of #ReactJS books:  #JavaScript #Coding

  • What You Will Learn Create components to define parts of your UI Combine components into other components to build more complex UIs Use JSX to specify visuals without writing full-fledged JavaScript Work with React’s way of styling content Optimize your React workflow using tools such as Node, Babel, webpack, and…
  • Set up React and write your first “Hello world” web app Build a data table component that lets you edit, sort, search, and export its contents Use the JSX syntax extension as an alternative to function calls Set up a lean, low-level build process that helps you focus on React…
  • The React.js JavaScript library supercharges view-heavy web applications by improving data flow between UI components.
  • This book explores the React library in depth, as well as detailing additional tools and libraries in the React ecosystem, enabling you to create complete, complex applications.
  • Peek under the hood to understand how React runs in the browser Use component trees to manage data and reduce the time you spend debugging applications Explore React’s component lifecycle and use it to load data and improve UI performance Use a routing solution for browser history, bookmarks, and other…

Hands on book to build your first own application in plain React, i will recommend you a good, beginner friendly book about ReactJs.
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A React Navbar Component by Dan on CodePen

A simple, responsive #Navbar using #ReactJS:  @CodePen #Coding

  • I’m going to give it a name of NavComponent because that just makes way too much sense, and inside the render function, toss in an empty (for now) set of tags to wrap around everything else that will go in there: – – And underneath all that I’m going to…
  • This will give my a “hamburger” icon (courtesy of Font Awesome) for smaller screens that need a drop down menu.
  • Since our drop-down menu is contained in the “narrowLinks” className, we’re going to target that in our function: – – And then tell our function to toggle the drop-down based on its current CSS display value: – – And to make the new function work, we need to give our…
  • I obviously don’t want to see both sets of links all the time, and since we’re using mobile-first design, we’re going to set our “navWide” links to hidden: – – And we’re also going to stick our hamburger icon and drop-down links on the left side of the screen, just…
  • And finally a media query to switch between our mobile drop-down menu and our larger screen mode with just a row of our links: – – For a working example, click here.

I use React a lot, and I use navbars a lot, so this was just an obvious one for me. This is nothing extravagant. I’m not using React Router in this example, just some tags. But it is responsive, so that’s fun.
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The Pros and Cons of ReactJS for your Online Business

The Pros and Cons of ReactJS for your #OnlineBusiness via @janlgordon

  • With React, it is possible for webmasters and online business owners to develop large web-based applications that change data while reloading pages.
  • Webmasters can also use React together with other forms of frameworks or JavaScript libraries like Angular in MVC.
  • It makes it possible to reuse components that didn’t produce changes, and this makes programming more comfortable and precise for online business owners.
  • The great news for webmasters is that Google might still find the React component when just the client-side is rendered.
  • ReactJS is a great framework for online business.

This isn’t quite a ReactJS guide for the layman. But it is a useful for business owners, if only to glean enough to know how to talk with your techie
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