React.js for Noobs ⋅ ElseIf

#ReactJS #Javascript RT @getelseif: React.js for Noobs  #programming #software_development

  • React.js has been popular among web app developers recently and a lot of websites has adopted the library because of the perks it provides.
  • This post is not about pros and cons of the React.js library, although you can find a myriad of articles and posts on the web comparing React.js with other front-end frameworks.
  • In layman’s terms, React.js is a JavaScript library which handles the view component of the MVC architecture.
  • React.js is used to manipulate the DOM of a webpage in an efficient manner to render a web application.

React.js has been popular among web app developers recently and a lot of websites has adopted the library because of the perks it provides. This post is not about pros and cons of the React.js library, although you can find a myriad of articles and posts on the web comparing React.js with other front-end frameworks.
In layman’s terms, React.js is a JavaScript library which handles the view component of the MVC architecture. React.js is used to manipulate the DOM of a webpage in an efficient manner to render a web application.
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Putra Roeung Bonaccorsi

  • Putra Roeung Bonaccorsi is a hybrid designer and developer whose portfolio includes interactive projects ranging from websites to complete branding packages.
  • Putra graduated with honors from The University of the Arts, where she earned a B.F.A. in Multimedia and a minor in Web Design and Development.

Putra is an award-winning designer and developer. She is currently a Senior Developer at Bluecadet in Philadelphia.
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Designing Apps using Webflow – ConsciousApps – Medium

Hey React folks, give a try to designing apps using Webflow:  #ReactJS

  • Clearly, styling components from hand using CSS is tough… and not necessary when you have Webflow.
  • Instead, within Webflow, you design each component from scratch.
  • Let’s say you want to create a series of buttons:As you’re designing these individual components in Webflow, be sure to assign them unique classNames since you’ll later be using these classes inside your React component.
  • Once the components look exactly the way you want—and perform all the actions you want (such as on focus, hover, etc.) — simply export the code from within Webflow, like this:Highlight and copy the CSS and paste it into a CSS file that’s called from your root index.html file:link rel=”stylesheet” href=”assets/css/index.
  • css” /Inside your react components, then, simply call the CSS styles, like this:So much easier than creating all this CSS from hand!CSS code exported from Webflow.You can even add nifty transitions inside Webflow!

Anyone who’s talked to me for more than a few minutes about website and app development knows I’m a big fan of Webflow. What used to take me hours to create using raw html, css, and javascript, now…
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Designing Apps using Webflow – ConsciousApps – Medium

  • Clearly, styling components from hand using CSS is tough… and not necessary when you have Webflow.
  • Instead, within Webflow, you design each component from scratch.
  • Let’s say you want to create a series of buttons:As you’re designing these individual components in Webflow, be sure to assign them unique classNames since you’ll later be using these classes inside your React component.
  • Once the components look exactly the way you want—and perform all the actions you want (such as on focus, hover, etc.) — simply export the code from within Webflow, like this:Highlight and copy the CSS and paste it into a CSS file that’s called from your root index.html file:link rel=”stylesheet” href=”assets/css/index.
  • css” /Inside your react components, then, simply call the CSS styles, like this:So much easier than creating all this CSS from hand!CSS code exported from Webflow.You can even add nifty transitions inside Webflow!

Anyone who’s talked to me for more than a few minutes about website and app development knows I’m a big fan of Webflow. What used to take me hours to create using raw html, css, and javascript, now…
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Eduonix’s Introduces New React Native Course on Indiegogo

Eduonix’s Introduces New React Native Course on Indiegogo
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  • Eduonix’s introduces new React Native course on Indiegogo
  • Eduonix’s campaign javascript framework Master React Native mobile apps for Android mobile programming Mobile Programming With React Native process of coding React React Native React Native bridges React Native Course
  • We are designing the course in a manner that it will be the only thing you need to help you not only learn but also master React Native.”
  • ORLANDO, Florida – December 29, 2016 – Eduonix Learning Solutions, a leading e-learning company, is looking to use the Indiegogo crowdfunding website in order to raise funds for their latest React Native course.

Eduonix introducing press release on mobile app with react native course. This course will allow to Learn how to develop mobile apps with ease.
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Build a Voting App using React

Build a voting app using #ReactJS, #MobX, and Bootstrap:

  • Build a Voting App using React | MobX | Bootstrap
  • Cosmic JS is an API-first cloud-based content management platform that makes it easy to manage applications and content.
  • Cosmic JS is an API-first Content Management Platform
  • Add unlimited polls, upload images for each option and each poll has its own unique link.
  • Carson Gibbons is the Co-Founder & CMO of Cosmic JS , an API-first Cloud-based Content Management Platform that decouples content from code, allowing devs to build slick apps and websites in any programming language they want.

Cosmic JS has debuted a Voting App that allows us to feel the pulse of voters on various topics from favorite programming languages, favorite fast food chains & even the 2016 Presidential election…
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Testing a React-driven website’s SEO using “Fetch as Google”

Test a #ReactJS-driven website’s SEO using “Fetch as Google”:

  • Testing a React-driven website’s SEO using “Fetch as Google”
  • Given the goals, the ideal tools were create-react-app and GitHub Pages.
  • The first thing I wanted to test was whether Googlebot will not index or crawl parts of the page that are rendered asynchronously.
  • After the page has been loaded, my React app does an Ajax request for data, then updates parts of the page with that data.
  • It appears that using React Router for client-side-rendered pages is problematic in terms of search engine friendliness.

I recently tested whether client-side rendering would prevent websites from being crawled by search engine robots. As my article showed, React doesn’t seem to hurt search engine indexing at all. Now…
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