Math: the React.js Way – Hacker Noon

Math: the React.js Way

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  • Math: the React.js WayHave you found yourself doing intense math problems using weird symbols like +, −, á, and×?
  • Thanks to react-real-math you can now harness the power of the React.js Virtual DOM to make your Math blazing🔥 fast!react-real-math provides an incredibly easy to understand API out of the gate, for free.
  • Let’s take a look at an example of react-real-math in action.
  • Consider this old-school almost obfuscated math problem:1+1×2=?
  • If you would like to contribute to react-real-math please check out the project’s

Have you found yourself doing intense math problems using weird symbols like +, −, ÷, and×? Do you enjoy the speed and developer experience of React.js? Thanks to react-real-math you can now harness…
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Building Native Mobile Apps with React Native

Building Native Mobile Apps with React Native |

  • It’s been tough for developers to create native apps in different OS platforms.
  • Moreover, developing the native apps for different platforms requires skill sets and experience pertinent to the OS platform.
  • As a result, React Native is making progress by providing Real Native experience for different OS platforms.
  • The beauty of React Native is that it allows developers to build native apps using JavaScript and React.Its main theme lies on utilizing the power of React in native platforms.
  • The most useful features of React Native are the capability to write source code only in React Native, and the ability to compile it on various OS platforms.

React Native is providing Real Native experience for different OS platforms. It allows developers to build native apps using JavaScript and React.
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Why we moved from Angular 2 to Vue.js (and why we didn’t choose React)

  • My conclusion about Angular 2 was simple, the only thing Angular 1 and 2 share in common is the name, they are completely different frameworks.So consider that we had 17 versions to upgrade on a non-tested system, a lot of pressure from the business to write new features, lots of bugs and poorly written code, the original developers weren’t on the team anymore, only one developer (me) at the time with many other responsibilities, Typescript, problems with finding the right documentation since I was using a beta, and Angular 2 moving to version 4.
  • I got a good understanding of the basic concepts of Vue.js, defined a good and extendable architecture but most importantly I really enjoyed the experience of writing code with it and I felt I was doing it faster that with React.React was a lot harder than I thought, choosing between Redux and MobX is more problematic than having one option that is well integrated with the framework like Vue.js and Vuex do.
  • React took the most mentions and Angular 2 came in a distant second place.I started to look for local talent with Vue.js experience and I did find some who were really good so I started to think that I was not alone, my social techy circle was probably too small and I shouldn’t play enough attention to the fact that I didn’t know anyone in person working with Vue.js on production.MobileAt the time we were thinking about Vue.js vs React, we were also considering rewriting our mobile app and React Native looked like a really good choice.
  • Twitter is another good example, they released Bootstrap under the very permissive MIT License and no one is talking about License problems with Bootstrap.Final wordsOut of the many web pages I researched before making a decision, one graph caught my attention, the developer satisfaction on The state of Javascript survey that Sacha Greif @sachagreif does every year.
  • You can read The State of Javascript on the following link.Overall, Vue.js was the the winner in our evaluation, it had many questions answered on Stack Overflow, the clearest official documentation of the three options, the smallest code base, integrates well with Bootstrap and learning that it was backed by strong projects like Laravel and a big company like Alibaba was a big plus.

At Rever (www.reverscore.com) we just released a new version of our web client using Vue.js. 641 commits and 16 weeks of intense development after with two resources, here we are, very proud of a…
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Why we moved from Angular 2 to Vue.js (and why we didn’t choose React)

  • My conclusion about Angular 2 was simple, the only thing Angular 1 and 2 share in common is the name, they are completely different frameworks.So consider that we had 17 versions to upgrade on a non-tested system, a lot of pressure from the business to write new features, lots of bugs and poorly written code, the original developers weren’t on the team anymore, only one developer (me) at the time with many other responsibilities, Typescript, problems with finding the right documentation since I was using a beta, and Angular 2 moving to version 4.
  • I got a good understanding of the basic concepts of Vue.js, defined a good and extendable architecture but most importantly I really enjoyed the experience of writing code with it and I felt I was doing it faster that with React.React was a lot harder than I thought, choosing between Redux and MobX is more problematic than having one option that is well integrated with the framework like Vue.js and Vuex do.
  • React took the most mentions and Angular 2 came in a distant second place.I started to look for local talent with Vue.js experience and I did find some who were really good so I started to think that I was not alone, my social techy circle was probably too small and I shouldn’t play enough attention to the fact that I didn’t know anyone in person working with Vue.js on production.MobileAt the time we were thinking about Vue.js vs React, we were also considering rewriting our mobile app and React Native looked like a really good choice.
  • Twitter is another good example, they released Bootstrap under the very permissive MIT License and no one is talking about License problems with Bootstrap.Final wordsOut of the many web pages I researched before making a decision, one graph caught my attention, the developer satisfaction on The state of Javascript survey that Sacha Greif @sachagreif does every year.
  • You can read The State of Javascript on the following link.Overall, Vue.js was the the winner in our evaluation, it had many questions answered on Stack Overflow, the clearest official documentation of the three options, the smallest code base, integrates well with Bootstrap and learning that it was backed by strong projects like Laravel and a big company like Alibaba was a big plus.

At Rever (www.reverscore.com) we just released a new version of our web client using Vue.js. 641 commits and 16 weeks of intense development after with two resources, here we are, very proud of a…
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Speeding up the React UI development with your help: funding

  • As we announced during Neos Conference and in previous blog articles, we would love to deprecate the current EmberJS based Neos backend with the release of Neos 3.3 LTS at the end of this year.
  • However, as we are an open source project which is largely developed during spare time or between paid projects, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to spend enough time on the React UI to get it to the quality we desire and you deserve.
  • Everyone who has worked with the beta of the React UI has given us extremely positive feedback.
  • We want to use it in projects ourselves and want to see most Neos instances switch to it after its release.

We want to make sure the new React UI is production-stable for Neos 3.3 LTS. To achieve this, we need a focused effort as a professional software projec…
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Embracing React – EndGame Blog

Embracing React  #ui #react #software #reactjs #cloud #reactjs

  • This allows the UI (which is a huge cost in any build) to be re-useable — a huge business benefit when building cloud software.We had been using Backbone as our main UI framework and had found that too much logic hid itself inside our models.
  • There was no clear delineation between where the model ended and the logic began.Beautiful design can be implemented in any framework (or without one at all!)
  • This is due to the main logic being removed from the grid itself and only the common state changes, such as a loading state, remaining triggered by the main logic.In 2015 we were starting a few new projects from scratch, so we decided to use React as the framework for the UI.
  • The solution was to build these common components to be re-usable from the ground up — so they could be dropped into any app seamlessly.One component we’ve used multiple times is a card dashboard (shown above) — where we separate bite-size information chunks into cards that can then expand into a larger picture.
  • React has been an ideal framework for developing these cards as separate modules that have no dependencies on other cards or the underlying dashboard layout.Another useful outcome of React is that our designer is able to communicate in components as building blocks.

React is a JavaScript library for building UI and it promises many things. But the main one that appealed to us was the idea that state and logic could be easily removed from the UI code and placed…
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Introduction to Progressive Web Apps with React.js with George Chen Tickets, Wed, 22 Mar 2017 at 5:30 PM

Introduction to Progressive Web Apps with React.js with George Chen

  • Progressive web apps (PWA) use the latest web technologies to create native-like performance and user experiences.
  • By implementing PWA, businesses such as Google, AliExpress, and FlipKart have observed a 50-100% increase in retention and conversion rates.
  • In this presentation we will learn the core concepts of PWA such as service worker, app manifest, and push notification.
  • We will also look at how to use these exciting technologies to add offline capabilities to a React.js app as well as improve its speed and performance.
  • He enjoys learning new technologies and sharing findings with the community.

Eventbrite – Winnipeg Dot Net User Group presents Introduction to Progressive Web Apps with React.js with George Chen – Wednesday, 22 March 2017 at Millennium Library Buchwald Room, 2nd floor, Winnipeg, MB. Find event and ticket information.
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