Zobrist Consulting Launches Bishop Co. on Mobiecom, a Lightning Fast, Mobile-First UI Storefront

Super fast site @ZobristInc created with #Ibm  #commerce headless based on #reactjs!

  • Mobiecom is an IBM “Validated for Commerce” responsive single page application designed to capture mobile shoppers – – Woodland Hills, CA, March 29, 2018 — Zobrist Consulting, an IBM Premier Business Partner and leading eCommerce system integrator, announces the launch of its first IBM WebSphere Commerce client, Bishop Co., on…
  • In order to address the needs of Bishop Co. and the over 1,000 IBM WebSphere ecommerce stores, Zobrist Consulting developed Mobiecom, a mobile-first digital storefront designed for IBM Digital Commerce.
  • Mobiecom is a Single Page Application built with React.js that utilizes IBM WebSphere Commerce microservices to render pages at optimum speeds on all devices.
  • Mobiecom’s design fits into alignment with the release of IBM WebSphere Commerce Version 9 and IBM’s plan to move towards a headless commerce engine, where users can integrate with custom UI storefronts and apps while taking advantage of the powerful marketing and commerce backend.
  • Mobiecom is an IBM Validated Solution running on IBM Bluemix or AWS and can support any version of IBM WebSphere Commerce and Digital Commerce.

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Microservices with Spring Boot Example

  • This course is a practical course which explains how to realise a microservice infrastructure in order to realise a full-stack web application composed by a “framework-less” Single Page Application and two restful Spring Boot microservices interacting with each other and with two different databases thanks to the implementation of the JPA…
  • You’ll have the basis to generate fastly a microservice infrastructure, to organise your application using different layers according to the “SOLID” principle and following the MVC pattern.
  • You will have the instrument to organise your communication protocols using simple and effective rules, to implement restful web services which communicate with Json Messages.
  • This is course has the same topic of the Italian course Sviluppo Web a Microservizi con Java Spring Boot e Ajax” so it can easily considered as its English version.
  • The example developed is different but with the same topics: microservices, Spring Boot, JPA and Rest calls.

Microservices with Spring Boot Example- This is course has the same topic of the Italian course Sviluppo Web a Microservizi con Java Spring Boot e Ajax” so it can easily considered as its English version.
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React Redux Starter by @thepracticaldev #javascript #reactjs #redux via @JavaScriptKicks

  • Recently, I updated my react-starter project by adding the following notable changes: – – I was undecided between whether or not to introduce more advanced libraries like Redux and React-Router for example.
  • The react-redux-starter project is a basic template that consists of the essential elements that are required to start building a Single Page Application (SPA) using React, React Router, Redux, Bootstrap 4, Sass, and Webpack.
  • The following diagram illustrates how data is fetched using Redux and a Zip Code Service: – – Additionally, the template provides a development and production webpack configuration.
  • After running the above command, a browser window will open displaying an interactive graph resembling the following image: – – This will run the ‘serve:dev’ npm task – – The above command will display a dashboard view in your console resembling the following image: – – This command will build…
  • I will be updating and tweaking over time to try and align the project as an ideal starting point to learning how to build React applications using Redux, Webpack and React Router.

A basic template consisting of the essential elements required to build a Single Page Application using React, React Router, Redux, Bootstrap 4, Sass, and Webpack
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Upgrade Your Skills – Top 3 React Online Courses for 2017 >> #ReactJS #React #Course

Upgrade Your Skills - Top 3 React Online Courses for 2017

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#ReactJS #React #Course

  • Instructor: Andrew Mead

    Course Length: 29.5 hours on-demand video

    Number of Lectures: 159

    Number of Students: 15,142 students enrolled

    Rating: 4.7 stars (3,143 ratings)

    What This Course Teaches You

    This course teaches you React and Redux from the beginning.

  • You’ll learn how to develop, test, and deploy React web applications Understand the rich ecosystem of 3rd-party libraries like Redux and Webpack.
  • – Fernando López

    Read more reviews and get Complete React Web App Developer Course

    Master the fundamentals of React and Redux with this tutorial as you develop apps supported by NPM, Webpack, and ES6.

  • – Cheryl Rick

    Read more reviews and get Modern React with Redux

    Learn React and Redux by building a Spotify, Shopping Cart and a Uber Price App using the latest ES6, NPM and Webpack

    Instructor: Vaibhav Namburi

    Course Length: 9.5 hours

    Number of Lectures: 73

    Number of Students: 1,395 students enrolled

    Rating: 4.5 stars (68 ratings)

    What This Course Teaches You

    Vaibhav’s course launched in March 2017 and delivers up-to-date content for learning React.

  • First, you’ll learn React basics, so that Vaibhav can focus on building practical sample applications in the following course modules.

React Tutorial – Top 3 React Online Courses for 2017
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Upgrade Your Skills – Top 3 React Online Courses for 2017 >> #ReactJS #React #tutorial

Upgrade Your Skills - Top 3 React Online Courses for 2017

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#ReactJS #React #tutorial

  • Instructor: Andrew Mead

    Course Length: 29.5 hours on-demand video

    Number of Lectures: 159

    Number of Students: 15,142 students enrolled

    Rating: 4.7 stars (3,143 ratings)

    What This Course Teaches You

    This course teaches you React and Redux from the beginning.

  • You’ll learn how to develop, test, and deploy React web applications Understand the rich ecosystem of 3rd-party libraries like Redux and Webpack.
  • – Fernando López

    Read more reviews and get Complete React Web App Developer Course

    Master the fundamentals of React and Redux with this tutorial as you develop apps supported by NPM, Webpack, and ES6.

  • – Cheryl Rick

    Read more reviews and get Modern React with Redux

    Learn React and Redux by building a Spotify, Shopping Cart and a Uber Price App using the latest ES6, NPM and Webpack

    Instructor: Vaibhav Namburi

    Course Length: 9.5 hours

    Number of Lectures: 73

    Number of Students: 1,395 students enrolled

    Rating: 4.5 stars (68 ratings)

    What This Course Teaches You

    Vaibhav’s course launched in March 2017 and delivers up-to-date content for learning React.

  • First, you’ll learn React basics, so that Vaibhav can focus on building practical sample applications in the following course modules.

React Tutorial – Top 3 React Online Courses for 2017
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#ReactJS #React #tutorial”

React Tutorial

React Tutorial - Top 3 React Online Courses for 2017

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#ReactJS #React

  • Instructor: Andrew Mead

    Course Length: 29.5 hours on-demand video

    Number of Lectures: 159

    Number of Students: 15,142 students enrolled

    Rating: 4.7 stars (3,143 ratings)

    What This Course Teaches You

    This course teaches you React and Redux from the beginning.

  • You’ll learn how to develop, test, and deploy React web applications Understand the rich ecosystem of 3rd-party libraries like Redux and Webpack.
  • – Fernando López

    Read more reviews and get Complete React Web App Developer Course

    Master the fundamentals of React and Redux with this tutorial as you develop apps supported by NPM, Webpack, and ES6.

  • – Cheryl Rick

    Read more reviews and get Modern React with Redux

    Learn React and Redux by building a Spotify, Shopping Cart and a Uber Price App using the latest ES6, NPM and Webpack

    Instructor: Vaibhav Namburi

    Course Length: 9.5 hours

    Number of Lectures: 73

    Number of Students: 1,395 students enrolled

    Rating: 4.5 stars (68 ratings)

    What This Course Teaches You

    Vaibhav’s course launched in March 2017 and delivers up-to-date content for learning React.

  • First, you’ll learn React basics, so that Vaibhav can focus on building practical sample applications in the following course modules.

React Tutorial – Top 3 React Online Courses for 2017
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Implementing feature flags in single page apps, using React and Redux Saga

  • The challenge with feature flagging single page apps is handling the state transformations (the changes in a webpage’s DOM) in a way that maintains performance and a fluid user experience.
  • With the help of React Router, creating a single page application can be a very quick and easy process, allowing developers to minimize risk and test features without degrading the user experience.
  • The user-type feature flag controls the content that is displaying depending on the group of current logged in user, while header-bar-color returns a hex code to toggle the color of the navigation bar.
  • Once the client is ready, the effect will send the action off to our reducer, to store the client and current feature flag state in props.
  • There are many ways to feature flag within a single page app, depending on your case and the complexity of your features.

Built on frameworks like React, Angular, and Ember, single page apps (SPA) are becoming the new norm for modern applications. They center around dynamically updating a single HTML page via AJAX and HTML5 to deliver a more fluid and faster user experience. This introduces some new complexity when it comes to controlling access to front-end features, specifically via feature flags.
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Building a React Universal Blog App: A Step-by-Step Guide

Building a #ReactJS Universal Blog App: A Step-by-Step Guide  via @sitepointdotcom

  • The Cosmic JS official Node.js client to easily serve our blog content from the Cosmic JS cloud-hosted content API.
  • From we have a pretty basic working example of a blog app with a few different pages.
  • Using Node.js on the server and React on the client, we can build our JavaScript app to be universal (or isomorphic ).
  • // app-client.js import React from ‘react’ import { render } from ‘react-dom’ import { Router } from ‘react-router’ import createBrowserHistory from ‘history/lib/createBrowserHistory’ const history = createBrowserHistory() // Routes import routes from ‘.
  • In the step-by-step tutorial, made of two parts, I will show you how to build a React Universal Blog App that will first render markup on the server side to make our content available to search engines.

Tony Spiro shows how to build a React Universal Blog App that will first render markup on the server side to make your content available to search engines.
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A to V ; a walk through of js frameworks – Michelle L. Pepe – Medium

  • Most frameworks are created by hobbyist; whereas Angular is created by Google.
  • One of the biggest issues with JavaScript frameworks is that they are not exactly search engine friendly.
  • Ember basically recreated the best parts of Ruby objects, and then built the rest of the framework on top of them.
  • React doesn’t use Shadow DOM – instead it gives you the ability to create your own components.
  • Famous sites are Google, Virgin America, and HBO’s mobile site for iPad.

The supply of revolutionary js frame works such Angular, React and Vue fueled the demand of rapid app development in the past couple years. Google’s Angular.js allows developers to create fast…
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New Tutorial Series: Building a Web-Application using React and Redux – Zsolt Nagy

New Tutorial Series: Building a Web-Application using React and Redux   #ReactJS #Redux

  • React is very popular, very powerful, and has a great ecosystem.
  • It is a JavaScript framework to build Single Page Applications.
  • I have updated the text sticking to the opinion that ng1 should not be considered when starting a new project, even if it does not mirror real life.
  • It is possible to use React as a part of an MVC framework, and React applications can also be built on their own.
  • Home > React + Redux > New Tutorial Series: Building a Web-Application using React and Redux

The goal of this series is to give you a fully up to date view on how to create a web application, sticking to the highest standards, and using the latest technologies that are both widely supported and stable.
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