React and Redux with TypeScript – gitconnected

#reactjs and #redux with #TypeScript

  • This week I finally finished a side project I have been working on over the past few months to learn React and Redux in TypeScript; it is a Password Manager type app which if you want to check out you can find over on GitHub.Whilst building the app I did…
  • Sometimes I did find the rare example on StackOverflow or blog posts to help, but the majority of times I was on my own.Given my experience in working with React/Redux in TypeScript, I thought I would share examples of the major parts of these libraries all in one place to…
  • I use them to create presentational components i.e. those that define a UI element such as a navigation bar.For more information about Functional components in React, see the componentReduxActionsActions are the messages that are sent around an application to change state.For more information about the Actions, see this section of…
  • These Interfaces can be combined with others defined in different modules to define an ActionTypes type which describes all possible Actions in the application.Redux — Action typesAction CreatorsAction Creators are functions that return an Action, but they can also dispatch other Actions.
  • In the example below, the other Actions dispatched signal the state of the invocation i.e whether something is in progress, succeeded or failed.Redux — Action creatorsReducersReducers process Actions created in an application and in turn change the state in the Store, according to the type and payload.For more information about the Reducers,…

This week I finally finished a side project I have been working on over the past few months to learn React and Redux in TypeScript; it is a Password Manager type app which if you want to check out…
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React and Redux with TypeScript – gitconnected – Medium

React and Redux with TypeScript  #reactjs #typescript

  • This week I finally finished a side project I have been working on over the past few months to learn React and Redux in TypeScript; it is a Password Manager type app which if you want to check out you can find over on GitHub.Whilst building the app I did…
  • Sometimes I did find the rare example on StackOverflow or blog posts to help, but the majority of times I was on my own.Given my experience in working with React/Redux in TypeScript, I thought I would share examples of the major parts of these libraries all in one place to…
  • I use them to create presentational components i.e. those that define a UI element such as a navigation bar.For more information about Functional components in React, see the componentReduxActionsActions are the messages that are sent around an application to change state.For more information about the Actions, see this section of…
  • These Interfaces can be combined with others defined in different modules to define an ActionTypes type which describes all possible Actions in the application.Redux — Action typesAction CreatorsAction Creators are functions that return an Action, but they can also dispatch other Actions.
  • In the example below, the other Actions dispatched signal the state of the invocation i.e whether something is in progress, succeeded or failed.Redux — Action creatorsReducersReducers process Actions created in an application and in turn change the state in the Store, according to the type and payload.For more information about the Reducers,…

This week I finally finished a side project I have been working on over the past few months to learn React and Redux in TypeScript; it is a Password Manager type app which if you want to check out…
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React’s Components — The Building Blocks of React.js

React’s Components — The Building Blocks of React.js  #react #javascript #reactjs

  • There are a lot of things to think about when creating a component, but one important thing to remember is is to keep components small.It is pretty easy to create a component.First, component names always be capitalized.
  • In the below example, the component names are Welcome App.
  • The App component renders Welcome three times.In this particular example, the DOM renders the App component, which is made up of the Welcome component.
  • One thing that is important in knowing React.js components is this: All React components must act like pure functions with respect to their props.
  • Components can not modify their own props.Props is one way in which data is stored in React.

Components should be considered or looked at as the building blocks of React.js. Conceptually, they are similar to JavaScripts’ functions. There are a lot of things to think about when creating a…
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Next.js 2.0 plays better with React and JavaScript

Next.js 2.0 plays better with #ReactJS and #JavaScript:

  • Next.js, a minimalist framework for server-rendered React applications, has moved to a 2.0 release focused on enabling smaller apps and making it easy to use React.
  • Developers can place React components in a directory and, by then run to get automatic code-splitting, routing, hot code reloading, and universal server- and client-side rendering.
  • Along with React, the Babel JavaScript compiler and Webpack module bundler have served as underpinnings of Next.js.
  • “We deployed a new lazy compilation mechanism that only subscribes to the pages that you’re actually working on — i.e.: all the component trees currently rendered,” developers said in a bulletin about the new version.
  • “This will potentially introduce new opportunities, like the ability to stream HTML from the server as it is generated,” Next.js developers said.

Version 2.0 of the minimalist JavaScript framework allows for smaller, more efficient apps
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D3 React Components with Victory – Reusability / Composability

  • The components can be composed as HOC to make advanced charts.
  • You can compose those components with each others to make more advanced charts.
  • hover the chart will show a tooltip with some contextual infos
  • In the new release , I took a full JSX approach , using some components from the Victory library .
  • D3 React Components with Victory – Reusability / Composability

On the topheman/d3-react-experiments project, at the end of last month, I released a few examples of React components exposing charts based either on vanilla d3 code or react-faux-dom.
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React.js Fundamentals: The best place to learn React.js and the React.js Ecosystem

React.js Fundamentals, a free course which looks amazing

  • Video: React Container vs Presentational Components
  • Quiz: React Container vs Presentational Components
  • Video: Building a Highly Reusable React Component (8:54)
  • Video: React Lifecycle Events (9:10)
  • Video: React Router Transitions + Animations (5:01)

The React.js Fundamentals course is the best place to start learning React and the React ecosystem, and it’s free.
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Turning Off Autocomplete in Chrome with React — Paul Jaworski — Medium

Turn off autocomplete in Chrome with #ReactJS:

  • When React rendered the HTML, it seemed that any value I put in the autoComplete property, was being transformed to “off”.
  • I tried setting autocomplete=”off” on the form level, on the input level, and on both levels.
  • Chrome is obviously reading the autocomplete values passed into it, then changing them for some reason.
  • As I mentioned before, when I tried using semantic values as suggested by the Chromium developers, the HTML rendered by React seemed to ignore them, and stick in “off” no matter what input I gave it.
  • You’ve Googled the issue, tried the suggestions on every blog you’ve seen, and nothing works.

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