React Alicante 2017 #ReactAlicante #React.js #JavaScript

React Alicante 2017 #ReactAlicante #React.js #JavaScript

  • With an attendance of over 250 and a wide range of the latest and greatest from the React world, React Alicante delivered some interesting topics ranging from React Native all the way to GraphQL.
  • While I really do see the value in documenting your React components for large scale projects I can also see its value being diminished somewhat for smaller scale projects as the time spent building a system of UI documentation with Storybook while also having to write tests specifically for that…
  • Possibly one the most interesting talks at the conference was by Nikolas Burk, His talk (Building a realtime chat app with GraphQL) was extremely engaging.
  • A talk by Erik Rasmussen labelled A practical guide to Redux Form was very interesting and made me rethink my current system of form validation using React and Redux.
  • Erik is the creator of Redux Form and he outlined how this library provides an easier way to manage the various state changes of a dynamic form.

Last weekend I attended React Alicante. Its the first of its type set in Spain’s southeastern Costa Blanca. It delivered some interesting topics ranging from
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Number Picture: #ReactJS Components for Composing SVG Visualizations: #Javascript

Number Picture: #ReactJS Components for Composing SVG Visualizations:  #Javascript

  • It seems as if a new charting library is released everyday.
  • While some are very mature and offer a wide range of charts, they still restrict you to using the types of charts that they offer.
  • You can make a Pie chart or a Bar chart and sometimes many others.
  • What happens if you want to go down a level and arrange the shapes on your page in new and unique ways?
  • You are given full control of the way in which your data is rendered on the page and you can build highly custom, animated graphics.

React components for building visualizations
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Which should I learn – Angular 2 or React?

Which should I learn – #Angular 2 or #React ?  #reactjs #php

  • It’s one of the biggest disadvantages of this framework according to a lot of Angular programmers.
  • To sum it up
  • React ranks among the lightest on the market.
  • Regardless of how powerful a framework is, for you what really matters is how quickly you can start selling your skills.
  • Version to version, there are many modifications and it’s probably not going to change any time soon.

Dostarczamy najwyższej jakości oprogramowanie, a nasza specjalność to projekty eCommerce oraz aplikacje webowe w PHP i Ruby.
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Victory – Modular data visualisation components using React – Digital blog

Victory – Modular data visualisation components using #ReactJS:

  • Victory is an ecosystem of composable, modular React components for building interactive data visualisations.
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  • Victory – Modular data visualisation components using React
  • Having such a simple API makes it easy for teams to collaborate, designers when prototyping, can manipulate the props of data visualisations at the top level and then share these components with the development team, who can then work on the integration.
  • So let’s override some of these by adding some custom data and some styles.

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This June, myself alongside others from the Which? Digital team had the chance to attend ReactEurope 2016 in Paris. Two years strong, the conference invites members of the React community from across Europe to meet up, share knowledge, engage in workshops and listen to talks from a wide range of industry professionals. One of the…


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Eve Porcello: Going so deeply into React, Flux, and Redux has only made me more excited — Reactive Conf

.@eveporcello: Going so deeply into #ReactJS, Flux, and Redux has only made me more excited

  • Most of my time is spent teaching JavaScript or figuring out ways to make training classes better for engineers at all levels.
  • Bringing world class #ReactJS pros to Bratislava, Slovakia to let them share unique insights.
  • A day in a training class has a wide range of outcomes for students and instructors.
  • We’re switching gears back into app development, designing applications that make going to training classes more fun and engaging.
  • Many companies have found success hiring newer programmers from varied backgrounds and investing heavily in their training.

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@ReactiveConf: “.@eveporcello: Going so deeply into #ReactJS, Flux, and Redux has only made me more excited”


ReactiveConf is bringing you an interview with one of our speakers, Eve Porcello.


Eve Porcello: Going so deeply into React, Flux, and Redux has only made me more excited — Reactive Conf

Eve Porcello: Going so deeply into React, Flux, and Redux has only made me more excited — Medium

.@eveporcello: Going so deeply into #ReactJS, Flux & Redux has only made me more excited

  • Most of my time is spent teaching JavaScript or figuring out ways to make training classes better for engineers at all levels.
  • A day in a training class has a wide range of outcomes for students and instructors.
  • Bringing world class #ReactJS pros to Bratislava, Slovakia to let them share unique insights.
  • Many companies have found success hiring newer programmers from varied backgrounds and investing heavily in their training.
  • I’m a software engineer, author, and trainer with Moon Highway.

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@ReactiveConf: “.@eveporcello: Going so deeply into #ReactJS, Flux & Redux has only made me more excited”


ReactiveConf is bringing you an interview with one of our speakers, Eve Porcello.


Eve Porcello: Going so deeply into React, Flux, and Redux has only made me more excited — Medium