What Makes React Native the Future of Hybrid App Development?

What Makes #reactnative the #future of Hybrid App Development?  #appdevelopment #hybrid

  • Presently, numbers of mobile app developers have started using React Native to develop mobile apps.
  • When a mobile app developer starts developing apps using specific platform and programming language such as Java for Android or Swift/Objective-C for iOS, the application is known as a native.
  • React Native is an efficient tool from Facebook to benefits developing a hybrid app for Android and iOS.
  • Furthermore, they can also use their code written in any platform which becomes highly beneficial for mobile app developers to focus on other things rather than writing the same code each time when developing a new app.
  • Reusability of code, highly portable, focused UI, compatibility for third party app integration as well as enhance the efficiency of developers has made react native popular for Hybrid app development.

React Native is popularly used for hybrid app development due to its number of benefits. Check out why it is good for your next hybrid app development project.
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Thoughts of a software developer

  • Your own little stock portfolio – – Since last autumn, Google portfolio has had a warning like this: I’ve been meaning to make an own stock portfolios software since that warning first came.
  • It’s not ready, but you can signup, login and add stocks to the portfolio.
  • IEX is a stock exchange of their own.
  • Stock data really needs a relational database.
  • Session store is an embedded boltdb.

Since last autumn, Google portfolio has had a warning like this:

I’ve been meaning to make an own stock portfolios software since that warning first came. It’s not ready, but you can signup, login and add stocks to the portfolio. The address is portfolio.jelinden.fi if you’d like to try it out.
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Youtube Like Template Layout Design Using HTML5 and CSS

  • This PHP project is an example of functionality of dynamic pages using php source code.Throughout this project JavaScript is used for validations be it simple one or complex.Facebook is a software for social networking media.
  • Its a platform for sharing owr day-to-day life and thoughts by using electronic media.A totally new concept that is way ahead from the simple mail exchange andIM’s facilitated by Yahoomail and other mail servers.
  • The main types of social networking services contain category places(such as former school-year or classmates), means to connect with friends (usually with self-description pages), and a recommendation system linked to trust.
  • One can categorize social-network services into three types: socializing social network services used primarily for socializing with existing friends (e.g., Facebook) networking social network services used primarily for non-social interpersonal communication (e.g., LinkedIn, a career- and employment-oriented site) social navigation social network services used primarily for helping users to find…
  • In case you are new and want to build basic understanding on HTML5 Template design, Check out below blog archive  topic :Here we have designed simple example usingand also it includes basic header and footer design.

YouTube Templates Design Using HTM5 : In this post, we are going to discuss how to create youtube like HTML5 template design. In case you are new and want to build basic understanding on HTML5 Template design, Check out below blog archive topic :
HTML5 Layout Design From Scratch including header, article, footer tag etc.
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Vue vs React: Battle of the Javascript Frameworks

#Vue vs #React: Battle of the #Javascript Frameworks 
#VueJS #reactjs

  • I’ve created two nearly identical sample applications, one in Vue and one in React, if you’d like to give either framework a shot in the context of the samples in this article.
  • The biggest difference is that React popularized a Virtual DOM (we’ll get into this later) and created a new syntax called JSX that allows developers to write HTML in JavaScript.
  • Unlike earlier JavaScript frameworks that had ‘batteries included,’ both React and Vue are fairly barebones with functionality like routing and state management handled by separate frameworks.
  • Both React and Vue are focused solely on the UI layer, and leave functionality such as routing and state handling to companion frameworks.
  • In Vue there’s no need to call a state management function like , as the data parameter on the Vue object acts as the holder for application data.

React vs Vue.js. Are you in the market for a shiny new JavaScript UI framework? Find out the main similarities & differences between these two popular ones.
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Ext JS to React: Advanced Templating

  • Previously, we looked at simple template examples with Ext JS and React.
  • This includes the use of member functions and inline value formatters from Ext JS and how the same techniques are accomplished with React.
  • The equivalent changes in React would be: – – To use the Members class (with the same data we set up for the Ext JS example above): – – In JSX, anything between curly braces can be JavaScript.
  • The method is akin to using “template member functions” in Ext JS’s XTemplates.
  • Although this isn’t required (it’s preferred to keep inline for such a simple check), it still serves as a good example of calling class methods within JSX.

Previously, we looked at simple template examples with Ext JS and React. In this blog, we’d like to look at some more advanced examples. This includes the use of member functions and inline value formatters from Ext JS and how the same techniques are accomplished with React. For consistency, we’ll use the same data set defined in the Simple Templating post.
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Vue.js vs. React.js: Comparing Two JavaScript UI Component Libraries

  • At a time where large MVC (model-view-controller) frameworks were cutting edge, two-way data binding was considered a feature, and SSR was mostly used for static webpages, React reversed the trend, focusing on building applications from encapsulated view components, one-way data binding, and using SSR on dynamic web pages via the…
  • Dependency tracking gives Vue’s virtual DOM a slight edge over React out of the box, because it can selectively re-render the child components that are actually affected by a change in state by default — no additional coding required.
  • In React, JSX breaks with the convention of keeping JavaScript and HTML separate, by providing a declarative XML-like syntax that allows you to create self-contained UI components that encapsulate all the instructions required to render them within the view: – – The React code above will render into a simple…
  • Under the React umbrella, we have Flux, the application architecture pattern Facebook developed as a state management solution to avoid issues like the infamous phantom unseen message bug, and Redux, a framework agnostic library for providing a simplified implementation of the Flux pattern, which replaces MVC (model-view-controller).
  • Both Vue and React are cutting edge UI component libraries that make use of a virtual DOM, embrace the components based future of web development, support SSR, and Universal JavaScript.

In this article, we’ll explore some of the key differences between the React.js and Vue.js JavaScript libraries, and learn which might be the best fit for your next web project.
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