Creating the same app in React and Vue, lessons learned using React-Redux, and real world React learnings
This article does a great job of breaking down the differences on some fundamental aspects of both Vue and React. Sunil builds the same app in both Vue and React and then compares them.
When they first started using React with Redux at Gloat, they had a large connected container component that selected the relevant state and passed it down to all of the components under this container. This post walks through what they learned from that and their refactor to small connected components.
This is the first post of a three part series explaining some lessons learned running React in production. This one specifically is centered around performance.
This is a quick guide on how to create and deploy a full React frontend with a Node backend (using the Express web server). You’ll not only get the project running locally, but you’ll deploy it using Structure, a serverless platform that makes it trivial to run apps in the cloud in a production-ready way.
A music streaming service created from the ground up using ReactJS & Redux.
Bursting particle effect buttons for React.
An interesting chat application power by socket.io, koa, mongodb and React.
Refluent is an alternative chainable API for React components, which lets you express a component as a flow of transformed props (do), gradually outputting dom (yield). Chained together, these methods allow for creating complex, efficient components without the need for classes, state, lifecycle methods, or shouldComponentUpdate.