Top 10 Sites Built With ReactJS

Top 10 popular websites built with #ReactJS



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  • Airbnb is an America-based company known for operating an online marketplace that offers hospitality service to people looking to rent or lease short-term lodging facilities such as apartments, holiday cottages, hostel beds, homestays or hotel rooms and facilitate experiences or participate in tourism concepts like walking tours and theme tours…
  • It collects and presents content from news feeds, social media and photo sharing sites as well as various other websites and offers it in a magazine format, allowing users to simply “flip” or turn over the “pages” through the articles, journalistic pieces, images and videos that are being shared.
  • Netflix is an American entertainment company that specializes in online streaming media services, DVD by mail and online video-on-demand facilities.
  • The site often offers viral images and memes that enjoy considerable popularity in the online world and social media.
  • The company regularly works as payment processor for various auction sites, online vendors as well as various other commercial users.

ReactJS is used for building user interfaces and used in the development of single-page applications & mobile applications. Nowadays Reactjs have more demand and we explain top 10 popular websites build with Reactjs.
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React Vs React Native. What’s the Difference? [The Best Part of both??]

React Vs React Native. What’s The Difference? #ReactNative #reactjs #React

  • ReactJS or simply reacts a JavaScript library that supports both front end and back end efficacies for developing web applications and user interfaces.
  • So, how does it relate to ReactJS and React-Native – – Well, in ReactJS development services, Virtual DOM is used to refresh parts of a webpage rather than the whole page and thus makes it faster than usual DOM.
  • React-Native equips everything needed for the development of mobile applications, so it is comparatively easier to set up but offers lot less option than ReactJS.
  • ReactJS development services use JSX, a special syntax that allows programmers to blend both JavaScript and HTML.
  • React-Native only caters to mobile app development and has no relation with ReactJS.

Check what’s the difference in react vs react native. And which developer should you hire for your next web or mobile application. We have given detailed comparison between both and what skills react or react native developer should have in order to get hired.
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Getting Started With React Programming

Getting Started With #ReactProgramming by @KumarPraveen179 cc @CsharpCorner  #Reactjs

  • You should know the basic concepts of JavaScript like – – – Basically, it is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces.
  • We can say that it’s a new type of JS library, offering a new approach to build/update a View.
  • It creates a virtual DOM to track the changes when the application state is updated and uses the virtual DOM to update only those parts of a page which have been changed.
  • It was first deployed on Facebook’s Newsfeed in 2011 and after that, on – – Where To Use React – – As we discussed above, it’s a JavaScript library so, it is possible to use React everywhere where JavaScript code can be executed.
  • In the upcoming article, I will explain more about virtual DOM using programming example along with the graphical view.

React is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. It is developed by Facebook to facilitate the building with the interactive, stateful and reusable UI components.
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Ch 10 “React Native” is new to React in Action @ManningBooks @MarkTheThomas #react

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  • React is an open source JavaScript framework that lets you quickly create user interfaces for web applications.
  • It also utilizes a component-focused design, so you can build large, robust web applications that scale well with users and developers.
  • Reasoning about an interface or application written with React ends up being much easier because it decreases overall complexity for developers working with it.
  • Large and small companies alike are using React for highly-visible, high-impact applications including Facebook.com, Netflix.com, and Airbnb.com.
  • “An up-to-date and very comprehensive book on React, not only limited to React itself but also discusses how it can be integrated with other tools and frameworks.”

React is an open source JavaScript framework that lets you quickly create user interfaces for web applications. This highly-performant tool implements a one-way data flow model, which means communication is much more top-down than side-to- side. It also utilizes a component-focused design, so you can build large, robust web applications that scale well with users and developers. Reasoning about an interface or application written with React ends up being much easier because it decreases overall complexity for developers working with it. Large and small companies alike are using React for highly-visible, high-impact applications including Facebook.com, Netflix.com, and Airbnb.com.
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How to Style React Components with styled-component

  • With components, it has started to make more sense to include styling inline within a component like so:source: www.styled-components.comWhy Inline Styling?You may be thinking to yourself, isn’t inline styling bad practice?
  • In the case of components though, inline styling has many advantages over vanilla CSS styling.
  • Acording to Radium’s website (another tool for inline styling) the benefits of using inline styling with components are:Scoped styles without selectors (styles are on component itself)Avoids specificity conflicts (two style definitions for one element)Source order independence (doesn’t rely on the order files are imported)Dead code elimination (no unused classes as in CSS)Highly expressive (easier to read JSX)Original using styled-components— cool.
  • extend“ syntax.Styling with styled-componentsResulting WebpageFinishing UpInline styling of components is a powerful option to consider when building out user interfaces with React.
  • There is a lot more that styled-components is capable of and I recommend looking through there tutorials and guides to get a better understanding of how awesome inline styling of your components can be!

Traditional styling of websites relies on having an external stylesheet with CSS. This tradition has been challenged with the advent of React and component based UI design. With components, it has…
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C’est la “Vue” – eMAG TechLabs – Medium

Neat article comparing the journey going from #reactjs to #vuejs

  • As you will see, it’s more about knowing what you want and not the number of articles that endorse a framework, the community or even the company behind it.HX TeamHX (Team) stands for Human Experience and was our team name of choice as it suggests the vision that we believe in: “Making intuitive and easy to use applications for all eMAG’s employees.”
  • The framework should have been used for internal applications in eMAG that adopts this architectural design style.Making the choice was not easy, so we’ve started with the following needs and expectations:Large community of developersFast DOM ChangesGreat architectureEasy debuggingTherefore we’ve chose React over Angular 2 (it was in Beta back then).
  • React was created to make DOM changes fast, really fast, so you will have to use React functions to make use of this, some of which you will not be familiar with (because React has a different architectural style)React plugins were not so much customizable as changing some of them required making a forkDon’t get me wrong, React is great, but only if you want to develop a simple application where the UI should not be consistent across different technologies or where DOM changes should be made really, really fast.Vue JSFinding meaning againAs we were put into the position of acknowledging that React doesn’t fit eMAG’s internal needs, we’ve come to discover Vue.js.Vue (pronounced /vjuː/, like view) is a progressive framework for building user interfaces.
  • Unlike other monolithic frameworks, Vue is designed from the ground up to be incrementally adoptable.Vue was not only great, it was perfect for what we’ve wanted to do:It had an amazing boilerplate with dev and prod tasksIt had linters, libraries for unit and functional tests, all out of the boxIt could be used with jQuery (by making wrappers for plugins)It’s smallIt accepts FLUX architecture if you need itIt has an amazing template engineThe development is easyIt separates the template engine from components javascriptBy making the decision of using Vue we’ve managed to reduce the roadmap time by half (even starting from zero) compared to React.So after a month of hard work, we’ve made wrappers for our JQuery components from eMAG Apps UI Kit, created examples for them, simple unit tests, services all by having a clean code and RESTful APIs to test our frontend.React JS componentexport class Autocomplete extends React.Component {constructor(props) { super(props); this.state = { value: this.props.value || ”, } }componentWillMount() { this.options = this.
  • find(‘#date_time_’ + } catch (ex) {} } }/scriptConclusionNow we can say that when making a choice we have different criteria that we are looking for:Easy to useFamiliarCommunity (not so much plugins, but responses for issues)Reuse of our code

As technology is evolving at a fast pace and microservices are a thing now, the number of frontend libraries/frameworks that endorse this architectural design style has gone up to the roof. Making a…
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#React in Action teaches you to use the #reactjs framework #JavaScript @MarkTheThomas

#React in Action teaches you to use the #reactjs framework  #JavaScript @MarkTheThomas

  • Reasoning about an interface or application written with React ends up being much easier because it decreases overall complexity for developers working with it.
  • Large and small companies alike are using React for highly-visible, high-impact applications including Facebook.com, Netflix.com, and Airbnb.com.
  • React in Action introduces front-end developers to the React framework and related tools.
  • In the second section, you’ll explore the different ways that data works in React as well as learning more about components.
  • In the last section, you’ll explore React application architecture with Redux, server-side rendering, and even dabble in React Native.

React is an open source JavaScript framework that lets you quickly create user interfaces for web applications. This highly-performant tool implements a one-way data flow model, which means communication is much more top-down than side-to- side. It also utilizes a component-focused design, so you can build large, robust web applications that scale well with users and developers. Reasoning about an interface or application written with React ends up being much easier because it decreases overall complexity for developers working with it. Large and small companies alike are using React for highly-visible, high-impact applications including Facebook.com, Netflix.com, and Airbnb.com.
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Building User Interfaces with Pure Functions and Function Composition in React

Build user interfaces with pure functions and function composition in #ReactJS:  #JavaScript

  • This idea is so important in React that React 0.14 introduced Stateless Functional Components which allows the code above to be written as normal functions (and which we’ll cover more in depth later in the course).
  • Perhaps one of my favorite things about React is it’s given me a light introduction to functional programming (FP) and a fundamental piece of FP are pure functions.
  • splice is not a pure function since each time we invoke it passing in the same arguments, we get a different result.
  • Well the main reason is React’s render method needs to be a pure function and because it’s a pure function, all of the benefits of pure functions now apply to your UI as well.
  • Another reason is that it’s a good idea to get used to making your functions pure and pushing “side effects” to the boundaries of your program.

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Build Apps with ReactJS: The Complete Course

Build Apps with #ReactJS The Complete Course


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Learn to create web applications using ReactJS and understand the underlying concepts and frameworks.
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Why Rails developers should learn React

Why Rails developers should learn React -  by @hrishio #rubyonrails #reactjs

  • Once you learn to use React with Rails, you can also use React Native to build mobile apps for the same API.
  • Rails developers should learn React because there’s growing market demand for developers who know both.
  • There are also other ways to use React with Rails.
  • As the tooling around React improves (see Create React App ), the initial hurdles to getting productive with React will also disappear (as they did with Rails).
  • The way, your investment in learning React gives you the chance to easily build cross-platform apps.

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