Top React and Redux Packages for Faster Development

Top React and Redux Packages for Faster Development

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  • After all, we always want our development tools to – Via GiphyIf you are a beginner in React, you may find some of the packages helpful in debugging or visualising various abstract parts of your app.
  • React StorybookWhile creating applications in React, you must have had this thought at least once: What if I could see a rendition of the component that I am using(or making) and see how it behaves under different combinations of props, states, and actions.
  • Demo from storybook’s repoSome highlights are — – Storybook runs outside of your app.This allows the components to be developed in isolation from the app development.It also means that you do not have to worry about various dependencies while creating the components.Other similar packages are: React Cosmos, React Styleguidist -…
  • It keeps track of the props and states, and when a component is re-rendered without any change in the props or the state, the package logs the details in the console.
  • Image from Why did you update’s repoCreate React App(CRA)Not exactly a development tool, but over the years I have found that this package is really helpful in creating rapid prototypes.

React has grown in popularity over the last few years. With that, a lot of tools have emerged that make developer’s life easy and development fun. They are going to help us in achieving the extra…
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Setting up React Project with Parcel zero configuration approach.

Setting up React Project with Parcel zero configuration approach.

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  • Setting up React Project with Parcel zero configuration approach.Learn how to configure React with Parcel module bundler in this brief tutorial – Parcel is a new module bundler for Javascript applications.
  • Setting up React with Parcel bundler: HTML and friendsBefore processing any HTML in webpack you must install two dependencies: the HTML plugin and the HTML loader.
  • Setting up React with Parcel bundler: setting up BabelReact components are mostly written in Javascript ES6.
  • As with webpack, Parcel should transform raw React components into a meaningful Javascript bundle.
  • Setting up React with Parcel bundler: wrapping upParcel is a new module bundler for Javascript that promises blazing fast speed and zero configuration bundling.

Parcel is a new module bundler for Javascript applications. It offers faster compilation times and zero configuration bundling. Webpack is a powerful tool. I know, webpack can’t be compared to Gulp…
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Setting up React Project with Parcel zero configuration approach.

Setting up React Project with Parcel zero configuration approach.

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#Reactjs

  • Setting up React Project with Parcel zero configuration approach.Learn how to configure React with Parcel module bundler in this brief tutorial – Parcel is a new module bundler for Javascript applications.
  • Setting up React with Parcel bundler: HTML and friendsBefore processing any HTML in webpack you must install two dependencies: the HTML plugin and the HTML loader.
  • Setting up React with Parcel bundler: setting up BabelReact components are mostly written in Javascript ES6.
  • As with webpack, Parcel should transform raw React components into a meaningful Javascript bundle.
  • Setting up React with Parcel bundler: wrapping upParcel is a new module bundler for Javascript that promises blazing fast speed and zero configuration bundling.

Parcel is a new module bundler for Javascript applications. It offers faster compilation times and zero configuration bundling. Webpack is a powerful tool. I know, webpack can’t be compared to Gulp…
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Getting started with React and Parcel

  • That’s why this guide is kept fairly short yet it should give you all the essentials to setup your React project with Parcel.
  • Parcel is traversing trough all required files (e.g. index.js) to include them in the final application.
  • As alternative to get your application running without the package.json start script, you could also install Parcel as a global npm package and just run the line from the script on your command line.
  • If you try to run your application with Parcel on the command line now, you should get a “Unexpected token” error.
  • If these files are in your src/ folder, Parcel should take care of resolving them for you.

This guide helps you to setup React with Parcel from 0 to 1. Learn how to use Parcel and Babel in React.js with zero-configuration. Setup your own boilerplate application …
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5 best libraries for making AJAX calls in React

Are you looking to make ajax calls in React?  #react #reactjs #javascript

  • One of the questions many React beginners ask: “What’s the React way to fetch data from the server” or “How should I make AJAX calls in React”?
  • So, in this article I will try to answer this basic question and list down 5 simple libraries for making AJAX calls in React.
  • In the former, official React tutorial, they use jQuery to fetch data from the server.
  • Here is how a simple API call is made, with jQuery: – – P.S. Snippet is from React’s former official tutorial.
  • However, jQuery is a big library with many functionalities – So, it doesn’t make sense to use it just for making API calls (Unless you are already using it for a bunch of other tasks).

I have been working with React for the last two years. One of the questions many React beginners ask: "What’s the React way to fetch data from the ser.
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Impress Your Friends With Code Splitting in React – Hacker Noon

Impress Your Friends With #Code Splitting in #ReactJS:  by @burkeholland #JavaScript

  • Both of those actions show the edit form.First I am going to add a spot in my state for this “EditForm” component to live.class Heroes extends Component { constructor(props) { super(props); this.state = { …, lazyEditHero: null } } …, render() { return ( … ) }}I put mine in…
  • I have put this in a function called LoadEditFormclass Heroes extends Component { constructor(props) { super(props); this.state = { … lazyEditHero: null } } async LoadEditForm() { const { default : EditHero } = await import(‘.
  • /EditHero’); this.setState({ lazyEditHero: EditHero }) } render() { return ( … ) }}Now we just need to call this LoadEditForm from the two functions that trigger the editor component to be shown.class Heroes extends Component { constructor(props) { super(props); this.state = { … lazyEditHero: null } } async LoadEditForm() {…
  • /EditHero’); this.setState({ lazyEditHero: EditHero }) } handleSelect = async hero = { await this.LoadEditForm(); this.setState({ selectedHero: hero }); } handleEnableAddMode = async () = { await this.LoadEditForm(); this.setState({ addingHero: true, selectedHero: { id: ”, name: ”, saying: ” } }); } … render() { return ( … ) }}A few…
  • This also allows us to pass any props to our component when it is so lazily loaded.class Heroes extends Component { constructor(props) { super(props); this.state = { … lazyEditHero: null } } async LoadEditForm() { const { default : EditHero } = await import(‘.

In preparation for the DevUp keynote a few weeks ago, I took some time to learn the minimum amount possible to demonstrate code splitting in React. Now your first reaction is probably… As part of the…
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TypeScript + Webpack: Super Pursuit Mode – webpack – Medium

  • Add fork-ts-checker-webpack-plugin as a devDependency of your project and then amend the webpack.config.js to set ts-loader into transpileOnly mode and drop the plugin into the mix:var ForkTsCheckerWebpackPlugin = webpackConfig = { // other config… context: __dirname, // to automatically find tsconfig.json module: { rules: [ { test: /\.
  • $/, loader: ‘ts-loader’, options: { // disable type checker – we will use it in fork plugin transpileOnly: true } } ] }, plugins: [ new ForkTsCheckerWebpackPlugin() ]};If you’d like to see an example of how to use the plugin then take a look at a simple example and a more involved one.HappyPackNot so long ago I didn’t know what HappyPack was.
  • Isn’t multi-threading great?ts-loader did not initially play nicely with HappyPack; essentially this is because ts-loader touches parts of webpack’s API that HappyPack replaces.
  • id=ts’ } ] }, plugins: [ new HappyPack({ id: ‘ts’, threads: 2, loaders: [ { path: ‘ts-loader’, query: { happyPackMode: true } } ] }), new ForkTsCheckerWebpackPlugin({ checkSyntacticErrors: true }) ]};Note that the ts-loader options are now configured via the HappyPack query and that we’re setting ts-loader with the happyPackMode option set.There’s one other thing to note which is important; we’re now passing the checkSyntacticErrorsoption to the fork plugin.
  • Do note that, as with HappyPack, the thread-loader is highly configurable.If you’d like to see an example of how to use thread-loader and cache-loader then once again we have a simple example and a more involved one.All This Could Be Yours…In this post we’re improving build speeds with TypeScript and webpack in 3 this plugin in play ts-loader only performs transpilation.

If you’re like me then you’ll like TypeScript and you’ll like module bundling with webpack. You may also like speedy builds. That’s completely understandable. The fact of the matter is, you sacrifice…
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React Native and ReactJS – Ahmed Mahmoud – Medium

React Native and ReactJS  #react #frontenddevelopment #webdevelopment #reactjs #reactjs

  • React Native and ReactJSThey’re not quite the sameReact Native is a framework that lets you build mobile apps for different platforms using only javascript, even few contributors customized it to build desktop apps (Mac and Windows).
  • It’s quite similar to ReactJS in a way, however there are some differences between React Native and ReactJS.Is a framework:React Native is a framework, but ReactJS is a JS library.
  • Meaning, for ReactJS you’ll need a bundler like webpack and then you’ll figure out which modules you’ll need for the project, on the other hand, you won’t need any bundler or any other tools to bootstrap your project, only react-native-cli.
  • Doesn’t have HTML:In React Native, you won’t have html elements, you’ll have instead alternative components that work in a similar way, and they map to actual IOS and Android UI components that renders on the app.Because you’re not rendering HTML, you can’t use any ReactJS library that renders HTML, but you most probably will find alternative React Native libraries here.CSS only in JS:In React Native, styling is only done in JS, and it’s not exactly CSS, and it doesn’t always behave like it, nevertheless it looks pretty much like CSS.No CSS Animations:In React Native, you don’t have CSS Animations, the recommended way to animate a component is using Animated API.Developer tools for Code, not for UI:You still can use the same Chrome DevTools to debug your app, also you can use Redux DevTools to inspect the state of your app, but still you can’t inspect the UI with Chrome DevTools, you’ll have to use the platform native inspector (XCode/Android studio).
  • Tools:XCode (for IOS)Andriod Studio (for Andriod)Device (if you don’t want to run the app only on simulators)Here’s a React Native crash course that’ll help you get started really quickly.

React Native is a framework that lets you build mobile apps for different platforms using only javascript, even few contributors customized it to build desktop apps (Mac and Windows). It’s been…
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React Ecosystem Setup — Step-By-Step Walkthrough – codeburst

#ReactJS Ecosystem Setup — Step-By-Step Walkthrough:

  • DOCTYPE htmlhtml lang=”en”head meta charset=”UTF-8″ meta name=”viewport” content=”width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0″ meta http-equiv=”X-UA-Compatible” content=”ie=edge” titleReact – Basic Setup/title/headbody div Express ServerRun npm install express.
  • It’ll recursively go through every dependency and the dependencies’ dependencies, resolving all the way down.It’ll transpile our farm-fresh, cutting-edge ES6+ down to ES5 so that it’ll work on virtually every browser.It’ll minify our code by removing whitespace and shortening variable names, reducing the final file size.In the end, we’ll be able to write modular, modern Javascript and CSS that we can work with easily and use best practices on.Getting StartedLet’s create a folder named src in our root directory.
  • DOCTYPE htmlhtml lang=”en”head meta charset=”UTF-8″ meta name=”viewport” content=”width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0″ meta http-equiv=”X-UA-Compatible” content=”ie=edge” titleReact – Basic Setup/title/headbody div you open up dist/app.
  • To make webpack minify your code, use the production flag, -p. Type in webpack -p and look at the bundle file.
  • js$/, exclude: [/node_modules/], use: { loader: ‘babel-loader’, options: { presets: [‘env’] } } } ] }};This code is telling webpack to test the files in our directory and look for the filenames matching the r

React is arguably the hottest framework currently used by the web development community at this point. Unfortunately, for newcomers and even more seasoned developers, setting up the industry-standard…
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React Ecosystem Setup — Step-By-Step Walkthrough

  • An issue with using a bundle instead of our source code is that it makes debugging more difficult, because the stack trace now refers to our bundle file.
  • Using the flag during development means webpack will watch our files and re-generate the bundle every time we save a change.
  • This code is telling webpack to test the files in our directory and look for the filenames matching the regex in the property.
  • Now we can use ES6 code and the bundle generated by webpack will contain only ES5 code.
  • We’ll have to add a term to our file to tell it that we’re writing React code.

Understand what React, Webpack, and Babel are doing and how to configure them yourself.
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