How to Create a Redux-Form with Validation and Initialized Values

Create a Redux-form with validation and initialized values:  #ReactJS

  • const form = reduxForm({ form: ‘ReduxFormTutorial’, validate });
  • The form we’re making is connected to our application state, and will have an awareness of the actions we’ve created elsewhere in the project.
  • The syntax of Redux-Form has been modified to streamline and simplify the process of creating and managing your forms.
  • The tutorial is going to help you set up a Redux-Form that uses the latest syntax, and how to get that form set up with some simple validation and initial values.
  • Handling the validation of our form can get messy if we do it “inline” as part of the render function of our component.

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@ReactiveConf: “Create a Redux-form with validation and initialized values: #ReactJS”


You want your React app to have an intelligent form that validates the data being input before sending it off to your API. You want it to be easy and straightforward to implement with the features you’d expect. Features like setting initial values of your fields. Luckily for you, Redux-Form makes all that a breeze. Even better, with the latest release candidate (Redux-Form 6.0.0rc3), you can upgrade to the latest version of React and not have those pesky unknown props errors bring your project to a screeching halt.


How to Create a Redux-Form with Validation and Initialized Values

Using ES2016 Decorators in React Native

POSTED: How to use #ES2016 decorators in #ReactNative with @stan229   @reactjs #esnext

  • Using Decorators in React Native
  • Let’s see how we would go about using @autobind or any other decorator in our React Native application.
  • You can read more about decorators and see the proposal .
  • Using decorators allows us to extend a function (class or property) by wrapping a function (decorator) around it.
  • Experimental support of decorators is also available in TypeScript .

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@ModusCreate: “POSTED: How to use #ES2016 decorators in #ReactNative with @stan229 @reactjs #esnext”


Decorators are an excellent feature brought over from languages like Python and Java. Stan Bershadskiy shows how to use them in React Native.


Using ES2016 Decorators in React Native

Introducing Nova: a new kind of back-end for React apps

  • Nova can generate email newsletters from your latest content.
  • Nova runs on top of Meteor and MongoDB .
  • Introducing Nova: a new kind of back-end for React apps
  • And while there’s still a lot of work to be done, Nova (as the new version is called) is finally starting to really take shape.
  • Nova also leverages Meteor’s packaging system to easily let you add and remove features as need be.

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@mguastafierro: “The Nova stack: a new kind of back-end for React apps with #reactjs, #meteorjs and #mongodb”


Over the past couple months, we’ve been busy porting Telescope from its original pure Meteor stack to a new, more powerful React/Meteor combo.


Introducing Nova: a new kind of back-end for React apps

Introducing React Horizon — Medium

  • Container component includes shouldComponentUpdate optimisation and passes its props into wrapped component.
  • Subscription function should accept hz function as the first argument which should be used to construct a query using Collection API and return it.
  • Client demand is specified by colocating Horizon queries on React components using connect function that expects React component and config object as arguments and returns a container component which has an access to an instance of Horizon .
  • It will be passed into component directly as a prop it’s possible to call any type of mutation operations from within component.
  • Taking inspiration from Relay library React Horizon provides a special component HorizonRoute .

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@roman01la: “Hey @horizonjs, I’ve built a binding library of Horizon client for @reactjs, check it out”


In this article I introduce a work in progress idiomatic solution for React applications built on top of Horizon’s client library which can…


Introducing React Horizon — Medium

Component Based Architecture — Medium

Why component-based architecture matters:   #ReactJS #AnglarJS

  • I’ll drop a very simple demonstration of a component I used to keep my code base DRY .
  • Like Fragments, Components are designed like feedback control systems with some minor modifications.
  • You have data automatically updated in your View from your Controller s via your model (scoped variables) eliminating the DOM referencing.
  • All you’ need to do is reference the scoped variables required by the View, while the other variables are left to fly.
  • Components are self-contained View s and C ontroller s that get their data from triggered events or as inherited property from their parent Component .

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@ReactiveConf: “Why component-based architecture matters: #ReactJS #AnglarJS”


As implemented in ReactJS, Vue JS and Angularjs 2.


Component Based Architecture — Medium

Do I need Node.js in the backend? – Angularity

Do you need Node.js in the backend?  #ReactJS

  • You can use any frontend library for fetching data – React doesn’t come with one.
  • My site is hosted on a PHP/MySQL backend and I read somewhere that I need to have a Node.js environment in the backend to use these new JavaScript libraries like React and Angular 2.
  • Read on for how to fetch data, deal with routing, and server-side rendering without Node.js.
  • If you want to support server-side rendering (a.k.a. “isomorphic” rendering), whether to increase page load speed or to improve SEO, then React will actually be running on both the server and in the browser: once to render the page server-side, and then again in the browser after it downloads and displays the initial rendering.
  • Server-side rendering is way outside the scope of this post, but even if you do need it, you don’t have to use Node.js in the backend.

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@ReactiveConf: “Do you need Node.js in the backend? #ReactJS”


Can you use React with a PHP, Java, Rails, or other kind of backend?


Do I need Node.js in the backend? – Angularity

Opinion: Weighing risks against benefits of React Native in the enterprise

Opinion: Weighing risks against benefits of #ReactNative in the enterprise

  • React Native’s architecture, its declarative approach to UI, its predilection for placing related code in the same file, plus its emphasis on functional programming all make for software that is more deterministic and more reliable than the standard approach.
  • The approaches to UI development could not be more different.
  • > Twitter enables developers to embed ads into tweet streams
  • Objective C vs. React Native: Comparing Developments
  • In a parallel undertaking, RNF had begun conducting experiments with React Native.

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@Developer_Tech: “Opinion: Weighing risks against benefits of #ReactNative in the enterprise”


Discussions proliferate as to whether React Native is already mature enough to be considered as the basis for enterprise applications.


Opinion: Weighing risks against benefits of React Native in the enterprise