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Try React (from your browser)
React doesn't have to be complicated.
In fact, the React app that you're looking at only has three files:

index.html loads the necessary scripts.
main.js renders this message.
main.css just sets the font.
Of course, JSX needs to be compiled. But React Armory's editor does that for you - you can see the result by clicking "Compiled" at the bottom of the editor.

It's never been easier to try React! All you need to do is change a few words in main.js, and your changes will be displayed instantly!
React  ReactJS  React.js  ReactArmory.com 
7 days ago by GameGamer43
React 16: A look inside an API-compatible rewrite of our frontend UI library | Engineering Blog | Facebook Code
React makes it simple to build functional, component-based user interfaces on web and mobile; at Facebook, we have more than 30,000 React components in our main web repo alone. React's simplicity and functionality has led to its adoption by hundreds of thousands of developers outside Facebook.
React  React.js  ReactJS  Facebook_OpenSource  Facebook_React 
8 days ago by GameGamer43
Redux: A Practical Tutorial
A practical tutorial that teaches Redux through examples.
Redux  React  React.js  ReactJS  Auth0.com 
8 days ago by GameGamer43
Demystifying Memory Usage using ES6 React Classes – Donavon West – Medium
Which is more efficient? Binding in the constructor, or using an arrow function as a class property?
React  React.js  ReactJS 
8 days ago by GameGamer43
A React Christmas
Just for future reference, when you're drinking bag-in-box wine and have a bit too much time on your hands: don't buy domain names. I did that, and it kind of ballooned into this huge Christmas calendar adventure. Oh well.
React  React.js  ReactJS  JavaScript 
8 days ago by GameGamer43
React Patterns by React Training
Here are links to all the lectures from our Advanced React online course for free. We’re known for teaching not just how, but why and when you would use these patterns. Purchase the full course to unlock the hands-on exercises and guided solutions to deepen your mastery of each concept, but please enjoy these free videos on the house!
React  ReactJS  React.js  ReactTraining.com 
25 days ago by GameGamer43
How Redux Works: A Counter-Example
After learning a bit about React and getting into Redux, it’s really confusing how it all works.
redux  javascript  react  react.js  reactjs 
4 weeks ago by GameGamer43
Clean Code vs. Dirty Code: React Best Practices - American Express Engineering Blog
This article will focus on clean code practices as they apply to modern React software development. I’ll also talk about some of the “sugar” that ES6/ES2015 brings to the table.
americanexpress_engineering  react.js  reactjs  javascript 
4 weeks ago by GameGamer43
Simple React Patterns | Lucas Reis' Blog
I've been writing React applications for a few years now, and I've noticed that some patterns tend to repeat themselves. In this post, I'll review these patterns which will summarize about 99% of the React code I write every day.
React  React.js  ReactJS 
5 weeks ago by GameGamer43
Forms - React
HTML form elements work a little bit differently from other DOM elements in React, because form elements naturally keep some internal state. For example, this form in plain HTML accepts a single name:
React  React.js  ReactJS 
6 weeks ago by GameGamer43
Getting Started with Redux — SitePoint
A typical web application is usually composed of several UI components that share data. Often, multiple components are tasked with the responsibility of displaying different properties of the same object. This object represents state which can change at any time. Keeping state consistent among multiple components can be a nightmare, especially if there are multiple channels being used to update the same object.
Redux  React  React.js  ReactJS  SItepoint 
6 weeks ago by GameGamer43
React and TypeScript: The Basics – Getting Started
React is great, and with TypeScript, it can be even better.
If you haven’t used TypeScript with React, you might be wondering how much work is required to get started, and how React development with TypeScript is different than JavaScript. I’m going to address these questions, covering everything I would have liked to find in one place when I was getting started with TypeScript—specifically, what is required to set up a React/TypeScript project, and how some of the basic React/Redux type definitions work.
TypeScript  JavaScript  React  React.js  ReactJS 
6 weeks ago by GameGamer43
Arkwrite
I had the opportunity to work on scaling a React rendering service, adapting a fixed hardware provision to deal with increasing load. Over the course of many months, incremental improvements were made to the system to enable it to cope with demand. I thought it might be useful to share the more interesting insights that I gained during this process.
React  React.js  ReactJS 
6 weeks ago by GameGamer43
Netflix functions without client-side React, and it's a good thing - JakeArchibald.com
A few days ago Netflix tweeted that they'd removed client-side React.js from their landing page and they saw a 50% performance improvement. It caused a bit of a stir.
React  React.js  ReactJS 
6 weeks ago by GameGamer43
Debugging React Like a Champ with VSCode – Hacker Noon
Gone are the days where I spend my time bouncing back and forth between the terminal, browser and editor. Ain’t nobody got time for that!
In this guide I will show you how to supercharge your React workflow with Visual Studio Code’s debugging features. You will learn how to hook up VSCode and Chrome so you can debug browser code directly from VSCode 😎
VSCode  React  React.js  ReactJS 
8 weeks ago by GameGamer43
Bit - Share components across projects and teams
Organize, discover and share components throughout your source code into shared collections. Share components across applications and teams.
Bitsrc.io  GitHub_Repos  React  React.js  ReactJS 
10 weeks ago by GameGamer43
Sharing React Components Easily with Bit — SitePoint
This is the age of components. Frameworks built for UI components, such as React, enable us to split our UI into individual, reusable pieces that can be worked with in isolation.
React  React.js  ReactJS  SItepoint  Bitsrc.io 
10 weeks ago by GameGamer43
Lessons from migrating a large codebase to React 16
Facebook released a rewrite of a large portion of React last week. React 16 has been much anticipated, and the new Fiber rendering pipeline allows for a lot of performance improvements. While the React team has diligently deprecated methods and packages throughout the last version, warning us strongly in console statements to upgrade, the actual final migration is not trivial for larger codebases. We at Discord just launched our React 16 based app and wanted to share our experience and some tips we learned along the way.
Discord  DiscordApp.com  React  React.js  ReactJS 
10 weeks ago by GameGamer43
New Features in React 16 - Treehouse Blog
Facebook recently announced the release of React 16, a complete rewrite of the React library. The new core architecture, codenamed “Fiber,” keeps most of the API intact and backward compatible. You can update your existing apps to React 16 without running into issues.
React  React.js  ReactJS  Team_Treehouse_Blog 
10 weeks ago by GameGamer43
React, Inline Functions, and Performance – componentDidBlog
My wife and I just got through a huge remodel. We were beyond excited to show people the new digs. We showed my mother-in-law. She walked in the beautifully remodeled bedroom, looked up at the fantastically framed window and said: “No blinds?” 😐
React  React.js  ReactJS 
10 weeks ago by GameGamer43
How to Test React Components Using Jest — SitePoint
In this article, we’ll take a look at using Jest — a testing framework maintained by Facebook — to test our ReactJS components. We’ll look at how we can use Jest first on plain JavaScript functions, before looking at some of the features it provides out of the box specifically aimed at making testing React apps easier. It’s worth noting that Jest isn’t aimed specifically at React: you can use it to test any JavaScript applications. However, a couple of the features it provides come in really handy for testing user interfaces, which is why it’s a great fit with React.
Facebook_Jest  JavaScript  React  React.js  ReactJS 
11 weeks ago by GameGamer43
Relicensing React, Jest, Flow, and Immutable.js | Engineering Blog | Facebook Code
Next week, we are going to relicense our open source projects React, Jest, Flow, and Immutable.js under the MIT license. We're relicensing these projects because React is the foundation of a broad ecosystem of open source software for the web, and we don't want to hold back forward progress for nontechnical reasons.
Facebook  Facebook_OpenSource  Facebook_Engineering  React  React.js  ReactJS  Flow  Flowtype.org 
11 weeks ago by GameGamer43
Building a React Universal Blog App: Implementing Flux — SitePoint
In the first part of this miniseries, we started digging into the world of React to see how we could use it, together with Node.js, to build a React Universal Blog App.
React  React.js  ReactJS  Flux  SItepoint 
11 weeks ago by GameGamer43
Higher Order Components: A React Application Design Pattern — SitePoint
In this article, we’ll discuss how to use Higher Order Components to keep your React applications tidy, well-structured and easy to maintain. We’ll discuss how pure functions keep code clean and how these same principles can be applied to React components.
SItepoint  React  React.js  ReactJS 
september 2017 by GameGamer43
Build A React App With Redux from @avanslaars on @eggheadio
Managing state in modern web applications is hard. As applications grows in complexity, keeping track of state changes and mapping those changes back to your UI becomes increasingly difficult.
Redux  React  React.js  ReactJS  Egghead.io  Online_Courses 
september 2017 by GameGamer43
How to Build a Sticky Notes App Using React and Redux
In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create a simple Sticky Notes app using React, Redux, Selectors, Redux Sagas, a little bit of Node, and Cosmic JS. For the sake of understanding how to consume Restful API’s, this tutorial will show how to make AJAX (XHR) requests to the Cosmic JS API in order to retrieve, add, update, and delete data/media in our Cosmic JS Buckets. Let’s get started.
Redux  React  React.js  ReactJS  javascript  HackerNoon  HackerNoon.com 
september 2017 by GameGamer43
Migrating To React + MobX While Shipping New Features - Heap Blog
A year ago our front-end was written in a cumbersome combination of Backbone, TypeScript, and a custom state management layer. It was maintainable, but we wanted to ship features faster than it would let us. We wanted to migrate to a React + MobX architecture, but we couldn’t afford to spend six months rewriting most of our codebase at the expense of delivering features.
React  React.js  ReactJS  Mobx  HeapAnalytics.com 
september 2017 by GameGamer43
Getting Started with Create React App - Treehouse Blog
Setting up the tools to develop a React application can be intimidating and time-consuming. There are a lot of moving parts. For example, setting up Babel to transpile JSX into browser-ready code, and configuring Webpack to bundle your project assets. Fortunately there’s a quicker and easier way with Create React App!
React.js  ReactJS  React  JavaScript 
september 2017 by GameGamer43
How to integrate React into an existing app?
Integrating React into an existing application is surprisingly simple. In many cases, it is actually simpler than starting from scratch. Seriously.
React  React.js  ReactJS  javascript 
august 2017 by GameGamer43
All the fundamental React.js concepts, jammed into this single Medium article
Last year I wrote a short book on learning React.js which turned out to be about 100 pages. This year, I am going to challenge myself to summarize it as an article on Medium.
React  React.js  ReactJS  javascript 
august 2017 by GameGamer43
React is Slow, React is Fast: Optimizing React Apps in Practice
React is slow. I mean, any medium-size React application is slow. But before you start looking for alternatives, you should know that any medium-size Angular of Ember application is slow, too. And the good news is: If you care about performance, it’s fairly easy to make any React application super fast. Here is how.
React  React.js  ReactJS  javascript 
august 2017 by GameGamer43
Understanding the Facebook vs Apache Software Foundation License Kerfuffle
Disclaimers: I am not a lawyer. I’m not speaking for Facebook, the ASF, or CouchDB. This is a personal view on the matter.
Apache_Foundation  React  React.js  ReactJS  Facebook_React 
august 2017 by GameGamer43
REACT-REDUX ARCHITECTURE : SEPARATION OF CONCERNS – Prod.IO – Medium
When I started working on React Redux application, I was looking for blogs or articles which could help me in finding a right approach towards designing an application.
React  React.js  ReactJS  Redux 
august 2017 by GameGamer43
A Practical Guide to Testing React Apps – ACCO.IO
You’ve decided to start writing tests for your React apps.
React  React.js  ReactJS  javascript 
july 2017 by GameGamer43
React Internals, Part One: basic rendering - Matt Greer
In this five part series, we will “recreate” React from the ground up, learning how it works along the way. Once we’ve finished, you should have a good grasp of how React works, and when and why it calls the various lifecycle methods of a component.
Matt_Greer  React  React.js  ReactJS 
july 2017 by GameGamer43
Error Handling in React 16 - React Blog
As React 16 release is getting closer, we would like to announce a few changes to how React handles JavaScript errors inside components. These changes are included in React 16 beta versions, and will be a part of React 16.
React  React.js  ReactJS 
july 2017 by GameGamer43
Thinking In React - Sessions by Pusher
Adam Reynolds speaking at Bristol JS in June, 2017
javascript  React  React.js  ReactJS 
july 2017 by GameGamer43
GatsbyJS
Enjoy all the power of the latest web technologies. React.js, webpack, modern JavaScript and CSS and more are all setup and waiting for you to install and start building.
GatsbyJS  javascript  React  React.js  ReactJS 
july 2017 by GameGamer43
Writing Clean and Concise React Components by Making Full Use of ES6/7 Features and the Container…
If, like myself, you’ve ever created a website using the “standard” tools of plain old HTML or templates, preprocessed CSS, and JavaScript, then you may also have shared the same delight I did when React came along and offered a way to easily break a website or app into manageable, reusable chunks.
React  React.js  ReactJS  javascript 
july 2017 by GameGamer43
Under the hood: ReactJS
This repository contains an explanation of inner work of ReactJS. In fact, I was debugging through the entire code base and put all the logic on visual block-schemes, analyzed them, summarized and explained main concepts and approaches. I’ve already finished with Stack version and now I work with the next, Fiber version.
React.js  ReactJS  React  GitHub_Repos 
july 2017 by GameGamer43
React Express
React is a library for building performant interfaces for the web and other platforms.
You should use this guide as a companion to the official Facebook documentation for getting started. While the official docs are great, the React ecosystem includes many other important projects which are outside the scope of the React docs.
This guide is intended for people who know HTML, CSS, and JavaScript at a beginner-to-intermediate level already. We'll cover everything beyond that: newer language features, build tools, and React in-depth.
I hope you enjoy learning React. Reach out to me, @devinaabbott, with comments or questions you have along the way. Some pages are written by other authors (listed at top of each page), so feel free to contact them too. Huge thanks to Gabe G'Sell for writing content with me and proofreading.
PS: I recommend viewing this guide from a desktop browser rather than mobile, since the desktop version supports interactive examples.
React  React.js  GitHub_Repos 
june 2017 by GameGamer43
Build Yourself a Redux - The Zapier Engineering Blog - Zapier
Redux is a simple library that helps you manage the state of your JavaScript app. Despite that simplicity, it's easy to fall down rabbit holes when learning it. I often find myself explaining Redux, and almost always start by showing how I'd implement it. So that's what we'll do here: Start from scratch and build a working Redux implementation. Our implementation won't cover every nuance, but we'll remove most of the mystery.
Zapier  Redux  React.js  React  javascript 
june 2017 by GameGamer43
Switching From React To Vue.js
So you’re a React developer and you’ve decided to try out Vue.js. Welcome to the party!
Vue.js  React  React.js  ReactJS 
june 2017 by GameGamer43
Make React Fast Again [Part 2]: why-did-you-update – LogRocket
React is usually pretty fast, but it’s easy to make small mistakes that lead to performance issues. Slow component mounts, deep component trees, and unnecessary render cycles can quickly add up to an app that feels slow.
React  React.js  ReactJS 
june 2017 by GameGamer43
Native Modules
Sometimes an app needs access to a platform API that React Native doesn't have a corresponding module for yet. Maybe you want to reuse some existing Java code without having to reimplement it in JavaScript, or write some high performance, multi-threaded code such as for image processing, a database, or any number of advanced extensions.
React  React.js  ReactJS  ReactNative 
may 2017 by GameGamer43
React Patterns & Practices
React Patterns & Practices Slides
React  React.js  ReactJS 
may 2017 by GameGamer43
Going Native: Creating Native Modules in React Native – Clever.ly Blog
With React’s popularity and widespread usage on the web, it was bound to bleed over into the mobile space. And bleed over it did with React Native. React Native allows us to write mobile applications using JavaScript. This way, as web developers, we get to implement the language we are familiar with to write apps for Android and IOS with native performance. A large part of what React Native does is abstract platform APIs by way of what are called native modules. Besides the modules that React Native needs to actually run, there are many others that let us for example, change the status bar color, interact with the keyboard, use native date pickers, etc.
Java  React.js  ReactJS  ReactNative  javascript  Clever.ly 
may 2017 by GameGamer43
Optimizing React Rendering (Part 1) – Flexport Engineering
We migrated our web app to React almost 3 years ago, and since React performs extremely well out of the box, optimizing performance was not something we had to worry about. However, as our application grew in features and complexity over the years, the app’s performance wasn’t keeping up as well as we wanted it to.
React  React.js  ReactJS  FlexPort_Engineering 
may 2017 by GameGamer43
Introducing Electrode, an open source release from @WalmartLabs
In less than one year, Walmart.com has completed its migration to React/Node.js and we are proud of that accomplishment! The goal was to build a new application platform to help @WalmartLabs and its engineers scale for the future.
Walmart_Labs  React  React.js  ReactJS  GitHub_Repos 
may 2017 by GameGamer43
Optimizing React Performance with Stateless Components — SitePoint
This story is about stateless components. This means components that don’t have any this.state = { ... } calls in them. They only deal with incoming “props” and sub-components.
SItepoint  React  React.js  ReactJS  javascript 
may 2017 by GameGamer43
Using react-devtools with React Native – Exposition
Many moons ago, Jared Forsyth was an intern at Facebook and he worked on re-writing react-devtools and integrating them with React Native. After he left, the React Native integration fell into disrepair and became unusable.
Expo.io  React  ReactJS  React.js  ReactNative 
may 2017 by GameGamer43
Build your first progressive web app with React – Code == Life
Progressive Web Apps are the much-hyped future of the web. Let’s build one!
React  React.js  ReactJS 
april 2017 by GameGamer43
Props - React.js Tutorials
In React "props" is short for properties. They are single values or objects containing a set of values that are passed to React Components on creation using a naming convention similar to HTML-tag attributes.
React  React.js  ReactJS  ReactJSTutorials.net 
april 2017 by GameGamer43
Elements - React.js Tutorials
In JavaScript almost everything is an object. Likewise in React everything is a React Element. React Elements are the building blocks of a React program. If you're writing one from scratch, the first thing you'll be doing is creating a React Element.
React  React.js  ReactJS  javascript 
april 2017 by GameGamer43
WTF is JSX
JSX is actually quite straightforward: take 1 minute and read this, and you'll understand everything there is to know about this interesting alternative to templates.
JSX  React  React.js  ReactJS  javascript  Babel 
march 2017 by GameGamer43
10 React mini-patterns
Over the last few years, I’ve worked on a handful of decent-sized React projects, and many, many pint-sized ones. Throughout this magical journey, a number of patterns have come up that I find myself repeating again and again.
ReactJS  React.js  Hackernoon  Javascript 
march 2017 by GameGamer43
Building React Components for Multiple Brands and Applications – WalmartLabs – Medium
There are several distinct brands that make up the Walmart family, including Sam’s Club, Asda, and regional branches like Walmart Canada. E-commerce applications use tons of functionally similar capabilities, such as; credit card components, login forms, onboarding, carousels, navigation, and more. Developing e-commerce applications for each of these brands in isolation would reduce opportunities for code reuse, resulting in countless hours of duplicated work of these functionally similar components. At @WalmartLabs, code reusability is important to us. That’s why our application architecture is centered around multi-tenancy/multi-branding — which is the act of building a component for one brand and then adopting it for other brands with different visuals or content. Below, you’ll find our multi brand strategy for react components.
Walmart  Walmart_Labs  React  React.js  ReactJS  javascript 
march 2017 by GameGamer43
How to Achieve Reusability with React Components – WalmartLabs – Medium
Reusability is one of the most common buzzwords in software engineering today. It’s promised by a wide variety of frameworks, tools, and paradigms, each of which seems to have not only its own approach to achieving reusability, but its own definition of the word itself.
React.js  ReactJS  React  javascript  Walmart_Labs  Walmart 
march 2017 by GameGamer43
How OkCupid organizes its multi-page React app
While writing this blog post, I noticed that I haven’t seen many articles about how other large apps organize their files. Maybe the problem is obvious, unimportant, or mundane, but those are the types of problems we least want to reinvent a solution to. After tabs and spaces, directory structure must be the next-biggest area for bikeshedding. (And what is a bike shed but a directory structure for your bike?)
OkCupid  React.js  ReactJS  JavaScript 
march 2017 by GameGamer43
10 Reasons I Love create-react-app - Peterbe.com
I now have two finished side projects (1 & 2) done and deployed based on create-react-app which I've kinda fallen in love with. Here are my reasons why I love create-react-app:
React  React.js  ReactJS  Create-React-App 
february 2017 by GameGamer43
Enhancing React Components with decorators – Medium
Decorators are a feature that didn’t make it in ES7, but are currently a stage 2 proposal so it’s fair to assume they’re going to be a part of the next standard. Even though they are an experimental feature, decorators have been widely adopted in most modern frameworks. As an ex-Python developer this made me very excited and I got straight into looking for ways to incorporate this new feature into my code.
React  ReactJS  React.js 
february 2017 by GameGamer43
10 React mini-patterns
Over the last few years, I’ve worked on a handful of decent-sized React projects, and many, many pint-sized ones. Throughout this magical journey, a number of patterns have come up that I find myself repeating again and again.
React  React.js  ReactJS  HackerNoon  HackerNoon.com 
february 2017 by GameGamer43
React’s Five Fingers of Death. Master these five concepts, then master React.
A few years ago, my friend Sean started telling me how this brand new front-end library called React was going to take over the web. At first I dismissed it as just another framework fad. But then I started hearing about React more and more, to the point where I felt like ignoring it just wasn’t an option anymore.
React  React.js  ReactJS  Freecodecamp.com 
february 2017 by GameGamer43
Using Create React App
React has quickly become a popular framework for creating both client-side and server-side views. There was a higher barrier of entry with tooling along with some frustration with JavaScript fatigue from the community. The create-react-app was created to address those frustrations.
Nettuts+  React  React.js  ReactJS 
february 2017 by GameGamer43
React.createClass versus extends React.Component
Two ways to do the same thing. Almost. React traditionally provided the React.createClass method to create component classes, and released a small syntax sugar update to allow for better use with ES6 modules by extends React.Component, which extends the Component class instead of calling createClass.
React.js  ReactJS  React 
february 2017 by GameGamer43
Implementing Feature Flags in Single-Page Apps With React and Redux Saga - DZone DevOps
Although SPAs are the new norm for modern applications, they introduce new complexities in controlling access to front-end features — specifically, via feature flags.
React  React.js  ReactJS 
february 2017 by GameGamer43
Customizing create-react-app: How to Make Your Own Template
TL;DR: There are several tools available for developers to aid the building of various types of websites and applications. One such tool is Create React App(CRA), the CLI tool that helps JavaScript developers create react apps with no build configuration. As awesome as CRA is, developers still need a way of tweaking, adding special scripts and modules that doesn't come bundled with CRA. Today, I'll teach you how to create custom create-react-app scripts for you and your team!
React  React.js  ReactJS  Auth0.com 
february 2017 by GameGamer43
Down Periscope!: A deep dive into PropTypes in React. – The Reactionary
No time for “welcomes” or even “welcome backs” now! Baton down the hatches! We’re going to dive deep into the depths of the React source this week and take a look at PropTypes and what makes them tick. Don’t fret if you’re only just learning about PropTypes we’re going to take a quick tour of them before we begin our decent. So strap in as we get delving into the deep dark grok of React!
React  React.js  ReactJS 
february 2017 by GameGamer43
Getting Started with React.js - Hongkiat
React.js is a flexible and component-based JavaScript library for building interactive user interfaces. It was created and open-sourced by Facebook and is used by many leading tech companies such as Dropbox, AirBnB, PayPal, and Netflix. React allows developers to create data-heavy apps that can be painlessly updated by re-rendering only the necessary components.
React  React.js  ReactJS  JavaScript 
february 2017 by GameGamer43
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