- We have special weekly meetings of every open source project team which makes it easy to join any time.
- We plan to make it public at some point, so that itâs not only transparent for folks what we are up to, but also easy to join and help us deliver for better tomorrow.Does the focus on modern technology stack help Callstack acquire more clients?It is just one of the…
- What they are looking for is to solve specific problems that they have, and right now, the best answer to this problem is: Use React Native.Whatâs the best use case for choosing React Native over fully native applications?If you have an app thatâs already written in React and looking into…
- There are hundreds of other, perfectly legitimate use cases, to go with React Native.Have you experienced React license issues bothering your clients?No.What do you think is the future web and mobile development?That really depends on vendors.
- I am paying attention to the way Kotlin evolves on other platforms as well as Flutter, that unlike React Native, uses its own rendering engine and compiles ahead of time.Are you excited about speaking at React Day Berlin?Yeah, totally!
Because Mike is going to speak about animation in React Native at React Day Berlin on December 2, we asked him a couple of questions about his experience with the technology and his current position…
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- Bit is an open-source project that enables us to instantly share components from our existing source code with our team, and use them across our different projects without changing our source code, file structure or the tools we work with.
- Sharing Components with Bit – If you haven’t heard of Bitâs latest release, it’s an open-source project that allows us to share components from our existing source code with our team and across projects.
- By decoupling the representation of components from our actual file structure, Bit tracks the components within our source code and enables us to quickly turn any file or subset of files into a reusable component.
- js – #Tracked 24 new components – – – – The next thing we want to do is to commit our changes: – bit commit -am ‘committed my first tracked code components’ – – – – The next step is exporting our components into a remote organized collection (Scope), sharing…
- To organize your own components into shared collections, feel free to get started with Bit or visit the project on GitHub.
Jonathan explains how to share React components with a team and across different projects — without changing source code, file structure or tooling.
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- Want to learn how to rapidly deploy web apps with Vulcan?
- If you’d like a full-stack React and GraphQL solution for your next project, you should learn a bit more about Vulcan.
Have you heard about Vulcan, but aren’t sure what it is about? Join us to learn how it can help your company!
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- How can we help your team deliver?Our company, ZEAL, is a collective of web and mobile application specialists.
- Think highly experienced (Senior) Ruby on Rails and React Engineers with a refined delivery process.Since 2013, and every year since, our team has worked with a dozen companies or more, all from different industries, and at different stages of growth.
- So, whether we’re talking about financial regulations, HIPAA and concerns for patient data, real estate, experiential design, or simply integrating with lights in your house and small IoT devices, our team has experience.Do you or a company you work with have an urgent need to get traction delivering web or mobile code?We love to work with teams of engineers and/or product owners that need to increase output and get more done, sooner.
- And, while our team is exceptional at crafting code, what we do better than anything is deliver certainty…“Zeal’s code review service was the perfect fit for a sudden vacuum in our development team.
- When one of our senior developers left the team, we needed to keep the ship moving… Zeal’s expertise and engaging working style let us move forward without a hitch.
Our company, ZEAL, is a collective of web and mobile application specialists. Think highly experienced (Senior) Ruby on Rails and React Engineers with a refined delivery process. While our team is…
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- EmberJs, What is the feeling when you hear something about emberJs?
- If you are a front-end developer, it is most likely to use React or Angular2,4!
- Although, there are still so many doubts about choosing this framework.Did you know these popular websites are using Ember?Apple Music, Yahoo!
- , LinkedIn, TinderBox, Netflix, GrouponWhat are the differences?Firstly, Ember is a fully opinionated framework, compare to react which is just a library for updating DOM.Secondly, EmberJs has a powerful CLI for creating anything like models and controllers.Thirdly, Facebook has developed React, but, this team is responsible for maintaining Ember.Of course, there are so many technical differences rather than these three points ( You can read more about them here ), however, I just wanted to mention general and bold ones.At the end:Both frameworks are so great in development and there are so many known products written with them.
- As I see, there are two reasons for selecting React over Ember:You are a developer who wants to have your own structure and opinion for your product.Your company feels better when they hear about Facebook behind ReactJs.Choose React, if you have one of these reasons, otherwise, Ember definitely is a better choice over ReactJs.I have been using React because of the first reason and I think this would be a reason of so many others.What do you think?
What? EmberJs, What is the feeling when you hear something about emberJs? If you are a front-end developer, it is most likely to use React or Angular2,4! or 5? nowadays!
But what is wrong with…
- We believe everyone deserves to work on products that will be used, enjoyed, and loved – products that matter.
- Truly excellent products are a team effort.
- It’s our mission to help product leaders across the globe cultivate these values in their organizations, and we’ve adopted them as well.
- With productboard, every team can make things that matter – together.
Meet the team behind productboard and find out why we do what we do and how we do the magic.
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- You just need to use d3 and magic dances across your screen.Of course, the last time you made a chart with d3 was 3 or was it 4 years ago?
- “I wish there was something more like d3 I could use,” you say.Enter vxreact + d3 = vxMixing two ways to update the DOM is never a good time.
- Me too.So I set out making a library of low-level components that could be used to build up reusable charts or those one-off requests or that special idea you had for a visualization that you’ve never seen done before.About vxGoal The goal is to create a library of components you can use to make both your own reusable chart library or your slick custom one-off chart.
- If you’re creating your own awesome chart library on top of vx, it’s easy to create a component api that hides d3 entirely.
- The vx collection of components lets you easily build your own reusable visualization charts or library without having to learn d3.
You’ve fallen in love with React. You’ve built a redux app. You’ve dabbled with GraphQL. You’ve started following along with Relay Modern and Apollo Client. But your next project is a dashboard that…
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