React JS— Learning to Swim — Frontend Weekly — Medium

#Leaning and jumping in the deep end of #Reactjs, good input by Denzil Blade #webdev 📖 🤓

  • Needless to say my first attempt was a failure, some days I would be stuck fixing bugs, other days I was trying to implement features that were totally unnecessary.
  • It is something you guys can take, and extend to no end, or even just read through and get a feel for React.
  • After some thought I took off my armbands and threw away my ever reliant floats, I decided to jump in the deep end of React JS.
  • In the end I am proud to say I finished it.
  • CreativeTech Dev / Gamer / Calisthenic Athlete / “Creativity is a habit”

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@OpenCoconut: “#Leaning and jumping in the deep end of #Reactjs, good input by Denzil Blade #webdev 📖 🤓”


So its been a few months on from my very first blog entry Front End Dev — Running before you can walk which touched on adopting new Front…


React JS— Learning to Swim — Frontend Weekly — Medium

elm-conf US 2016

  • Elm is a young language and this is its first conference, so everyone you meet will be an elm-conf newbie!
  • elm-conf is a one-day conference focusing on the Elm programming language and its libraries, colocated with Strange Loop .
  • See the Strange Loop prospectus page under “Elm Preconference Sponsorship”.
  • The proposal period is open June 1, 2016 through June 30, 2016, and tickets will go on sale after speakers are announced.
  • If it’s your first time proposing a talk, please don’t feel intimidated.

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@ElmConf: “elm-conf is coming! September 15, 2016 in St. Louis.”


elm-conf is a one-day conference focusing on the Elm programming
language and its libraries, colocated with Strange Loop. It aims to be
a welcoming place for people worldwide to meet one another and learn
about what is happening with the language and community.


elm-conf US 2016

All you need to know about this year’s hackathon at Mozilla Office — Medium

  • – the goal of the hackathon is to hack and socialize, you can also present your project if you feel ready and if there is enough time.
  • – there will be a couple of challenges announced at the start of the hackathon – bonus: we are happy to announce that the react native perf team will be present and if you have a production app that needs some perf improvement, you will be able to ask them directly for help!
  • Don’t miss react-europe’s next story
  • The first European React.js conference in Paris, France.

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@ReactEurope: “Important info about our hackathon at @MozillaParis. The react native perf team will be there to help you and more!”


Here’s important information about the hackathon you should know about:
– it will not take place at the conference venue but at Mozilla…


All you need to know about this year’s hackathon at Mozilla Office — Medium

Web Development Workshop with React.JS Tickets, Sa, 16.07.2016 um 09:30 Uhr

New date for our React.js Workshop. Join us July 16 in Berlin!  #reactjs #javascript #tech

  • → Everyone else who would like to learn more about meaningful digital products
  • With N3XTCODER we develop meaningful digital products in new ways.
  • Join us on July 16, 2016 and start building your first web feature using React.js.
  • UPDATE: Please note that we changed the date for the workshop, which will now take place on Saturday, July 16!

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@N3xtCoder: “New date for our React.js Workshop. Join us July 16 in Berlin! #reactjs #javascript #tech”


Eventbrite – N3XTCODER präsentiert Web Development Workshop with React.JS – Samstag, 16. Juli 2016, BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt, Berlin, Berlin.. Informieren Sie sich über das Event und darüber, wie Sie an Tickets gelangen.


Web Development Workshop with React.JS Tickets, Sa, 16.07.2016 um 09:30 Uhr

Fun with Typescript, Webpack and ReactJS

  • I liked ReactJS too, and this is the second fun-project I do using it, but since I am an Angular die-hard I have to try the stable version of Angular 2 (which just released RC) to decide if there is a winner between them.
  • The Typescript compiler will use the typings and compile the code into ES5-valid Javascript and then Webpack will take all the files and output 2 bundles.
  • I like to have separation between the app code which is Typescript and other JS code I might have, so I compile a bundle for the Typescript code ts.bundle.js and one for normal JS-code js.bundle.js .
  • Why choose Typescript and not stay with Babel is justified by the points below.
  • I already gave a go to Babel, so this time it was time for Typescript.

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@LambrosPetrou: “Fun with Typescript, Webpack and ReactJS – #webdev #reactjs #typescript #numerology #webpack #gulp”


A small fun-project with Typescript, Webpack and ReactJS. Numerology calculates your life path number.


Fun with Typescript, Webpack and ReactJS

Chart Transitions with React and D3 4.0 — delimited

  • You can also change the offset type and the chart will transition the paths .
  • Functions like the stack layout, for example, no longer mutate your data.
  • I think the examples turned out well, but I would consider these prototypes for the moment.

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@DelimitedTech: “Happy Thursday! Been awhile. New blog article: Chart Transitions with #reactjs and #d3js 4.0 #javascript #dataviz”


I have been working in my spare time on ideas for using the new separate D3
4.0 modules with React.  Below I present some examples of using the enter,
update and exit pattern to create transitions in React that do not rely on
using React.findDOMNode and handing over control of DOM elements to D3.   I
think the examples turned out well, but I would consider these prototypes
for the moment.


Chart Transitions with React and D3 4.0 — delimited

Win a Free Ticket! Submit Your Lightning Talk Proposal to Gist — Medium

Win a free ticket and become a #ReactJS rockstar! Submit your Lightning talk to Gist.

  • All you need to do is to submit your proposal to Gist and leave the rest to the community.
  • Submit Your Lightning Talk Proposal to Gist
  • Get your ReactiveConf tickets now on our website with a Reasonably Early discount and follow us on Twitter .

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@ReactiveConf: “Win a free ticket and become a #ReactJS rockstar! Submit your Lightning talk to Gist.”


Do you want to become a #ReactJS superstar? If you have great ideas you’d like to share with the community, you can join…


Win a Free Ticket! Submit Your Lightning Talk Proposal to Gist — Medium