Why ReactJs? – (┛◉Д◉)┛彡┻━┻ – Medium

Why ReactJs?  #react #reactjs

  • Instead of writing an html line for news, messenger and marketplace you can see that they are basically the same, the only thing that changes is the icon and the information so we can make a component called nav that receives information and an icon.
  • Let code this component:First, we are going to make its container, with an JSON object with the information we want to be see.Now we are going to do the component:Using this practice, we are able to create a web app by just iterating a JSON object, that will pass the information to the containers.Another cool thing of react is its community.
  • There is a lot of components already made so you can just add them to your project as easily as adding a library to your normal html code.
  • Some github repositories that have a lot of components are:· lot of people have a problem with HTML being mixed with JS because they feel like breaking separation of concerns but in reality, it is more of a separation of technologies rather than concerns.
  • It helps your application to be more efficient because you don’t need to repeat code, there is an amazing community behind it, it has some really awesome modules that helps you to manage the unidirectional data flow, as well as managing which component must be render and if it is a component that is visible in all of the pages such as a menu to just render it once instead of every time you change of page.Tldr: react is awesome.

React is a new JavaScript library developed by Facebook released in 2013, but it wasn’t until 2017 that react was stable. React is like the best of both worlds, it has the functionality of JavaScript…
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Action Streams and Redux – Markus Coetzee – Medium

Action Streams and Redux @MarkusCtz  #Redux #Reactjs #JavaScript

  • With the code the question of ‘How does this list of items behave’ becomes easy to answer, because it has been explicitly declared and we no longer have to search the code to build up our mental model.
  • The code seems fine, but we did introduce state management to the function, which has resulted in some control flow.
  • With the code each operation is also responsible for reloading the list – i.e., we’re mixing concerns, which I don’t think is inherently wrong, but in this case it can easily result in spaghetti code if the screen’s complexity increases.
  • If we need to imperatively integrate with the data flow of an older module, you would likely need to manually subscribe to it and dispatch a new Redux action when it triggers.
  • When we have successfully performed an operation on a list item, we want to reload the list.

A couple of months ago I experimented with using RxJS for unidirectional data flow. The focus was on showcasing how action streams could be used to form state streams via plain old reducer functions…
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Does Angular 2 Surpass React?

Does #Angular2 Surpass #ReactJS?

  • Just simply include the library and use its functions .
  • The whole framework is re-written in TypeScript.
  • TypeScript can easily track the bugs in your code.
  • TypeScript ensures the safer code.
  • Dependency Injection works when you need to import any dependency in your application.

Now, we all know that Angular 2 has redirected the web development. The whole framework is re-written in TypeScript. So, now let’s look at the real differences.
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Jeff Meyerson’s answer to What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? – ReactJS News – AngularJS News – AngularJS News – AngularJS News – ReactJS News

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  • Facebook wants mobile developers to be able to ship their native apps continuously, just like web developers can.
  • After building a web app in React.js, a developer who wants to port to native iOS or Android needs to rewrite some code, but code reuse is frequently in the ballpark of 60-80%.
  • iOS and Android engineers have to recompile their entire app to see any changes.
  • Both the virtual DOM and Relay allow React developers to explicitly state the needs of their components, without having to try and be minimal for performance reasons.
  • Today, React is the common ground between iOS, Android, and web developers.

Web development has become much easier over the last few years. Will this also happen for native mobile development? How much will iOS and Android converge? Is React Native going to go anywhere? @ReactiveConf: What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? #ReactJS
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Jeff Meyerson’s answer to What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? – ReactJS News – AngularJS News – AngularJS News – ReactJS News

Top Building angularjs What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years?  #reactjs

  • Facebook wants mobile developers to be able to ship their native apps continuously, just like web developers can.
  • After building a web app in React.js, a developer who wants to port to native iOS or Android needs to rewrite some code, but code reuse is frequently in the ballpark of 60-80%.
  • iOS and Android engineers have to recompile their entire app to see any changes.
  • Both the virtual DOM and Relay allow React developers to explicitly state the needs of their components, without having to try and be minimal for performance reasons.
  • Today, React is the common ground between iOS, Android, and web developers.

Web development has become much easier over the last few years. Will this also happen for native mobile development? How much will iOS and Android converge? Is React Native going to go anywhere? @ReactiveConf: What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? #ReactJS
@ReactJS_News: #angularjs What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? #Applications
@AngularJS_News: Top #Building angularjs What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? #ReactJS
@AngularJS_News: Top Building angularjs What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? #GraphQL

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Jeff Meyerson’s answer to What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? – ReactJS News – AngularJS News – AngularJS News – AngularJS News

#reactjs Top Building angularjs What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years?

  • Facebook wants mobile developers to be able to ship their native apps continuously, just like web developers can.
  • After building a web app in React.js, a developer who wants to port to native iOS or Android needs to rewrite some code, but code reuse is frequently in the ballpark of 60-80%.
  • Both the virtual DOM and Relay allow React developers to explicitly state the needs of their components, without having to try and be minimal for performance reasons.
  • iOS and Android engineers have to recompile their entire app to see any changes.
  • Today, React is the common ground between iOS, Android, and web developers.

Web development has become much easier over the last few years. Will this also happen for native mobile development? How much will iOS and Android converge? Is React Native going to go anywhere? @ReactiveConf: What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? #ReactJS
@ReactJS_News: #angularjs What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? #Applications
@AngularJS_News: Top #Building angularjs What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? #ReactJS
@AngularJS_News: Top Building angularjs What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? #GraphQL

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Top Building angularjs What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years?  #GraphQL

  • Facebook wants mobile developers to be able to ship their native apps continuously, just like web developers can.
  • After building a web app in React.js, a developer who wants to port to native iOS or Android needs to rewrite some code, but code reuse is frequently in the ballpark of 60-80%.
  • Both the virtual DOM and Relay allow React developers to explicitly state the needs of their components, without having to try and be minimal for performance reasons.
  • iOS and Android engineers have to recompile their entire app to see any changes.
  • Today, React is the common ground between iOS, Android, and web developers.

Web development has become much easier over the last few years. Will this also happen for native mobile development? How much will iOS and Android converge? Is React Native going to go anywhere? @ReactiveConf: What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? #ReactJS
@ReactJS_News: #angularjs What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? #Applications
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#Android Applications What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years?   #ReactJS

  • Facebook wants mobile developers to be able to ship their native apps continuously, just like web developers can.
  • After building a web app in React.js, a developer who wants to port to native iOS or Android needs to rewrite some code, but code reuse is frequently in the ballpark of 60-80%.
  • iOS and Android engineers have to recompile their entire app to see any changes.
  • Both the virtual DOM and Relay allow React developers to explicitly state the needs of their components, without having to try and be minimal for performance reasons.
  • Today, React is the common ground between iOS, Android, and web developers.

Web development has become much easier over the last few years. Will this also happen for native mobile development? How much will iOS and Android converge? Is React Native going to go anywhere? @ReactiveConf: What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? #ReactJS
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Top #Building angularjs What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years?  #ReactJS

  • Facebook wants mobile developers to be able to ship their native apps continuously, just like web developers can.
  • After building a web app in React.js, a developer who wants to port to native iOS or Android needs to rewrite some code, but code reuse is frequently in the ballpark of 60-80%.
  • iOS and Android engineers have to recompile their entire app to see any changes.
  • Both the virtual DOM and Relay allow React developers to explicitly state the needs of their components, without having to try and be minimal for performance reasons.
  • Today, React is the common ground between iOS, Android, and web developers.

Web development has become much easier over the last few years. Will this also happen for native mobile development? How much will iOS and Android converge? Is React Native going to go anywhere? @ReactiveConf: What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? #ReactJS
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Jeff Meyerson’s answer to What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? – ReactJS News

#Applications What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years?  #javascript

  • Facebook wants mobile developers to be able to ship their native apps continuously, just like web developers can.
  • After building a web app in React.js, a developer who wants to port to native iOS or Android needs to rewrite some code, but code reuse is frequently in the ballpark of 60-80%.
  • iOS and Android engineers have to recompile their entire app to see any changes.
  • Both the virtual DOM and Relay allow React developers to explicitly state the needs of their components, without having to try and be minimal for performance reasons.
  • Today, React is the common ground between iOS, Android, and web developers.

Web development has become much easier over the last few years. Will this also happen for native mobile development? How much will iOS and Android converge? Is React Native going to go anywhere? @ReactiveConf: What is mobile development going to look like in 2-5 years? #ReactJS

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