Building AI enabled GraphQL apps, highlights from React Europe 2018, and Flow vs TypeScript in React
The latest minor release of React adds support for an oft-requested feature: pointer events! It also includes a bugfix for getDerivedStateFromProps. Check out the full changelog in this post.
One of the most powerful things about AWS AppSync is the ability to use Lambda functions as first class endpoints to seamlessly integrate almost any service or database into your GraphQL API without much hassle. In this post you’ll learn how to use GraphQL to map to AWS Lambda endpoints that work with AI services.
If you missed React Europe this year, here are some of the highlights.
Should you use Flow or TypeScript in your next React project? If you've ever had that question, this article should answer it.
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An experimental, comprehensive port of React Native to the web.
A set of simple, spring-physics based primitives (as in building blocks) that should cover most of your UI related animation needs once plain CSS can't cope any longer.
React Selectrix is an easy to use, clean designed and lightweight React Select Replacement.
It comes with a rich variety of features such as: Ajax support out of the box, Material Design, Autocomplete, Tags and other. With none or minimum parameters, you have a fully equipped select replacement for your React Application.
Material-UI (React components that implement Google’s Material Design) v1 just released. Here are the new features
Simpler and more powerful theme
Grid layout component
First class server-side support\
First class TypeScript support