ComponentDoesWhat? React Native Cheat Sheets – Erin Fox – Medium

  • React Native Cheat SheetsBefore I started my job at Major League Soccer, I only had one week of React training.
  • Great news when I was about to join a team of React engineers to rebuild their mobile app in React Native, right?Over 6 months have gone by now and I have learned SO MUCH, it’s crazy.
  • (oh, but ++ because it’s build in React)Flex of Dror BiranThere’s been days when I wanted to pull my hair out because my flex style properties weren’t working the way I wanted them too.
  • Even the zombies help.SVG feel like an SVG queen whenever I use this handy conversion site.Easing only is it really fun to hover over all of these functions to see their animations, it’s really helpful.Images (when you have spend way to much time trying to find placeholder photos.
  • Command r. Command much (almost) everything you need to get started with GraphQL is here.

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JavaScript { Part 14.2 : Libraries } – codeburst

  • IntlThis is a global object, yes and object!
  • (More info here)Previously I said that the Intl is an object and actually most of the functionality is accessed by that object Intl, you need to remember that in order to use it and three main word methodsWhen can you use it?Actually most of the browsers support it, but to be…

Its a collection of sites where you could find awesome things in order to make better your work and not reinvent the wheel.
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Crawling Websites in React-Native

  • Normally you would have to set up a server that crawls the target website and turns it into an API that you can use, but when you can access all data from all websites inside your client, you can save time.
  • You want to show all products of a page and a way to load the next, but you want it in our own data structure, so you can build your own UI around it.
  • The data is inside the HTML, but it’s a string.
  • The naive approach would be to use a regular expression to parse the string and get the data, but HTML doesn’t have a regular grammar so that wouldn’t work.
  • After the data has been extracted from the HTML, we can start to reshape it for our use-cases.

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React Quickly is in print now! @azat_co #react #reactjs

React Quickly is in print now!  @azat_co #react #reactjs

  • The React.js JavaScript library supercharges view-heavy web applications by improving data flow between UI components.
  • React Quickly is the tutorial for web developers who want to get started fast with React.js.
  • Following carefully chosen and clearly explained examples, you’ll learn React development using your existing JavaScript and web dev skills.
  • This book is for developers comfortable building web applications with JavaScript.
  • Azat Mardan is a Tech Fellow at Capital One with extensive experience using and teaching JavaScript and Node, and author of several books on JavaScript, Node, React, and Express.

React Quickly is for anyone who wants to learn React.js fast. This hands-on book teaches you the concepts you need with lots of examples, tutorials, and a large main project that gets built throughout the book.
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React Quickly – hit the ground running with #reactjs @azat_co #redux #react

React Quickly - hit the ground running with #reactjs  @azat_co #redux #react

  • The React.js JavaScript library supercharges view-heavy web applications by improving data flow between UI components.
  • React Quickly is the tutorial for web developers who want to get started fast with React.js.
  • Following carefully chosen and clearly explained examples, you’ll learn React development using your existing JavaScript and web dev skills.
  • This book is for developers comfortable building web applications with JavaScript.
  • Azat Mardan is a Tech Fellow at Capital One with extensive experience using and teaching JavaScript and Node, and author of several books on JavaScript, Node, React, and Express.

React Quickly is for anyone who wants to learn React.js fast. This hands-on book teaches you the concepts you need with lots of examples, tutorials, and a large main project that gets built throughout the book.
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Getting started with React Native – Leapfrog

Getting started with React Native  #reactnative #react #reactjs #reactjs

  • In this post, we will share about how you can get started with React Native.
  • →That’s at least 50% of the cost gone with the wind without compromising on quality.Learn more on why you should consider React Native for the mobile app in our previous post.STEP 0: Learn ReactReact Native is like React.
  • If you already know React, then you can skip this step.Read the guide to learn more on React.STEP 1: Install React NativeInstalling React Native was a long process.
  • But like create-react-app for React, they have built create-react-native-app which speeds up the installation process without installing or configuring any tools to build native code.
  • Whether you want to learn to create an app or know about boilerplates, these sites will avail you with all such knowledge.Books to learn React NativeSTEP 3: Dive into the frameworkOnce you got a good grasp of React Native, it’s time to get you up to speed: as you may have heard, we are not yet to a 1.

In this post, we will share about how you can get started with React Native. You can write a cross-platform mobile app without having to learn (or hire someone who knows) Java or Objective-C/Swift…
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Building a static website from scratch? Go @gatsbyjs. Most impressive framework I’ve seen. Powered by @reactjs.

  • You get code and data splitting out-of-the-box.
  • Gatsby loads an HTML file that’s a server rendered version of your React.js page then makes it live with JavaScript.
  • Code and data for other pages get preloaded so clicking around the site feels incredibly fast.

Enjoy all the power of the latest web technologies. React.js, webpack, modern JavaScript and CSS and more are all setup and waiting for you to install and start building.
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Build Apps with ReactJS: The Complete Course

Build Apps with #ReactJS The Complete Course


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Learn to create web applications using ReactJS and understand the underlying concepts and frameworks.
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Sweet 16

Cluj-Napoca | TONIGHT: Boost #reactjs and #webpack performance with @ggrgur

  • Cluj.JS is an outlet for developers to engage and learn about all things JavaScript.
  • We will have discussions on a variety of frameworks and experience levels.
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  • The discussion is suitable for beginners and experienced developers.
  • Sweet 16 – Steps for Boosting React and Webpack Performance in 45 minutes

Performance is always one of the main traits of web applications, no matter if it’s perceived by the end user, server, or developers. From optimizing build times to decreasing bundle sizes and strateg
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React Server

  • When you write your app for react-server, you concentrate on your React components, and react-server takes care of everything else that’s needed to run and deploy real React server-rendered apps.
  • React-server is a framework designed to make universal (née isomorphic) React easier to write, providing standard answers for these questions and more.
  • Once you’re hungry for more, dig into the docs and react-server itself.
  • # install yeoman npm install -g yo # install the react-server generator npm install -g generator-react-server # make a new react-server project in the CURRENT directory yo react-server # compile and run the new app npm run compile npm run start # go to http://localhost:3000
  • Under the hood, react-server is doing a bunch of clever optimizations, many borrowed from the ideas behind Facebook’s Big Pipe , to make sure that your site shows up as quickly as humanly possible for your users.

Blazing fast page load and seamless navigation. Powered by React Server.
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