React Ninjas Newsletter — Issue #12
Jexia Jul 12 Updated on Jul 15, 2018
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5 common practices that you can stop doing in React Sometimes best practices can compromise performance, readability, and make things unproductive in the long run.
Transforming elements is interesting if you’re a library author, but is also valuable when writing components to abstract behaviour in your existing code base.
If you’ve worked on any large React project, you’ve probably run into a component or two that gave you quite a headache when you tried to reuse it.
A realtime application is a program that functions within a time frame that the user senses as immediate or current.
This article is about React-Machinery, a library for creating and using state machines in react to control UI.
TypeScript typings power, when used properly, could help us write better code.
The foundation for a healthy project is a high standard of automated tests.
It seems like everyone and their dog wants to build a chat app or incorporate chat into their app, but for most it ends up being a big undertaking.
As a software developer, I spend my time building websites and web apps, but for a long time, I’ve also had a side interest in virtual reality.
At QuintoAndar we've been working hard on building our Single Page Application, Progressive Web App as a way to improve the experience of our users.
Simplify your code by making your webview and React Native components run each other's functions.
The mobile team at Udacity recently removed the last features in our apps written with React Native. In this post, we share what worked, and what didn't.
Weedmaps was a monolithic server rendered Rails app that was not mobile friendly. To address mobile demand, we introduced a full split of the application.
In this post, I’m going to go over leveraging ReasonML’s powerful variant types to create a React wrapper to handle React Native gestures.
Chromatic monitors the look of React UI components from commit-to-commit and notifies you of visual changes automatically. You save time by automating…
The conference has left everyone energized and inspired thanks to insightful talks and fruitful discussions all around GraphQL.