Get Ready to Deploy a React.js app β€” Medium

Get ready to deploy a #ReactJS app:

  • The file will be bundled with the help of webpack , which will also help us to be able to add things like React.js , Scss , Neat , Images etc.
  • Really useful in avoiding race conditions of many kinds (example: your network is slow so your bundle file is loaded faster than some external libraries)
  • As soon as we will make sure that everything works fine we will push our app live to rock on a heroku server.
  • What we are going to do is first to run a Koa server which will serve a static js file.
  • Use `npm install –save` afterwards to install a package and save it as a dependency in the package.json file.

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@ReactiveConf: “Get ready to deploy a #ReactJS app:”


In this article I will show you how to craft a production ready React.js application. And I promise I will try to keep it simple.


Get Ready to Deploy a React.js app β€” Medium

Brainfock App

I would love to hear feedback on   #reactjs #Redux #nodejs

  • Hot reloadable styles, components, actions, stores, messages.
  • App performance and size in production mode ( npm web-start )
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@brainfockapp: “I would love to hear feedback on #reactjs #Redux #nodejs”



Brainfock App

29 RNPM & React Native General Discussion with Mike Grabowski of Callstack.io

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29 RNPM & React Native General Discussion with Mike Grabowski of Callstack.io

WWX 2016

  • Whether or not you’ve jumped on the React bandwagon, it has introduced (or at least popularised) some powerful new approaches to building and thinking about user interfaces.
  • During the day Philippe kicks his team to write more unit tests, and at night he contemplates FlashDevelop’s 0% coverage.
  • The World-Wide Haxe Conference WWX 2016 is possible thanks to our sponsors
  • After 10 years building throw-away marketing websites he moved to Haxe and good engineering, and he doesn’t want to come back.
  • typedef React = State -> View;

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@silexlabs: “”TYPEDEF REACT = STATE -> VIEW;” will be presented by @elsassph at #WWX2016:
#Haxe #reactjs #JS #JavaScript #webdev”


Whether or not you’ve jumped on the React bandwagon, it has introduced (or at least popularised) some powerful new approaches to building and thinking about user interfaces. In this talk I’ll show you how a sprinkling of Haxe can make things even better. Come on, all the cool kids are doing it.


WWX 2016