donavon/react-af – Next #reactjs features, today

donavon/react-af - Next #reactjs features, today

  • One problem that React component library developers face is that they don’t control the version of React that they run on — this is controlled by the consuming application.
  • emulates newer features of React on older versions, allowing developers to concentrate on the business problem and not the environment.
  • You can now code your library components as though they are running on a modern React (not all features supported… yet), even though your code may be running on an older version.
  • Here are the modern React features that you can use, even if yur code is running on older version of React 15 or React 16.
  • Starting with React 16.2, there is a new component that allows you to return multiple children.

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7/ BBC News app clone Fw: React Native Source code: 🔥🔥🔥 #OpenSource #ProjectLearn

7/ BBC News app clone

Fw: React Native

Source code:  🔥🔥🔥  #OpenSource #ProjectLearn

  • A basic implementation of the BBC News app built using React Native, the project helped with understanding how react native works, and how to begin building real apps with it.
  • The app uses the same BBC News API as the official one, but is subject to change at any time so could break at any time.
  • The app parses the BBC’s XML story structure and maps each item to react components.
  • The app defaults to the topic of world news,pressing the topics under stories will laod those feeds, a way to view specific news feeds will be implemented soon.
  • The app is currently iOS only, but I would like to expand to android in the future.

BBCNews-React-Native – An unofficial basic implementation of the BBC News app built using React Native
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Fw: React Native

Source code: 🔥🔥🔥 #OpenSource #ProjectLearn”