Embracing Functions in React, Avoiding Accidental Complexity When Structuring Your App State, and Why GraphQL will come to replace REST
This writeup is all about stateless functional components in React and why they might be useful or should be considered in the first place.
Flux implementations like Redux encourage us to think explicitly about our app state and spend time modeling it. It turns out that this isn’t a trivial task. This article contains a list of practical tips of how to model app state in order to keep your business-logic and yourself as sane as possible.
React Native can be a bit overwhelming sometimes if you're not familiar with the iOS or Android ecosystem. One of those times is during deployment. Here's a great guide on deploying a React Native app.
Server Side Rendering library for React Router v4. Allows to do code-splitting using webpack and to fetch data. Renders the page on the server side and resolves all issues with mounting on the client side.
Electrode is a platform for building universal React/Node.js applications with a standardized structure, best practices, and modern technologies baked in. Electrode focuses on performance, component reusability, and simple deployment to multiple cloud providers—so you can focus on what makes your app unique.
This week on React Native radio, they talk with Eric Rozell of Microsoft about React Native for Windows.
In this talk, Andrew Clark discusses how future updates to React's core algorithm will unlock exciting new features you may not have even considered.