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Animation is king in the 21st century. When you look around, you could almost see real world objects interpreting as digital animations. Ever noticed how futuristic movies have moving images in newspapers? Or the animated hologram commercials on streets? This is because businesses cannot and will not resist leveraging on the attention and attraction of humans to moving objects. Marketing has been the biggest income generator for businesses... The [...]

Overcome your JavaScript tooling fears and build a modern front end for your Rails app. Set up, build and deploy a Rails/React SPA with front end routing that still relies on good old ActiveRecord with absolutely no time wasted on configuration. (If you prefer to go to the repo right away, follow this link) You do not have to to be afraid of JavaScript anymore From inside of Ruby/Rails “omakase” bubble, modern JavaScript territory looks like the [...]

X-Team recently held a round table discussion on the future of front-end web technologies, and one specific topic really stood out. With React.js being one of the current juggernauts of front-end development, can an up-and-coming technology like Elm hope to dethrone it? And what does WebAssembly have to do with all of this? While readers are likely familiar with React at least on the surface, let us kick this off by giving you a short overview o [...]

If you and your colleagues work 100% remotely from all over the world, no opportunity to meet with them in person should be missed. We try to create these opportunities as often as possible, focusing them mainly around various events, such as conferences. This time around, we picked React London! Credit: Wojtek Zając The conference took place in the QEII Centre, Westminster, close to many of London’s main attractions and notable areas. It was jus [...]

In this article, we will learn how to convert our Android Java View components to React Native. This is especially interesting if we need to use a Java UI library or implement a custom View component in our React Native app. React native offers two binding options for Native Android. Native Modules Native UI Components The first one calls a native operation from the Javascript side, e.g. establishes a Bluetooth connection, reads a value from a se [...]

One of the best ways to stay on top of a new tech like React is to subscribe to newsletters curated by people actually working with that new tech. Searching for the most important React tutorials, news and tips is time consuming when you should be focusing your time on learning. This is where newsletter come in handy. We recommend subscribing to this full list first, and then unsubscribing from the ones you don't like. You won't really know which [...]

There are about 1 million results on Google for "React Tutorial", so needless to say it can be hard to find the right tutorial to spend your time with. And while I can't say these are the best tutorials ever written, they are definitely the ones that we used (or ended up writing ourselves) to become great React developers. SurviveJS: Become a React Master The SurviveJS guide to React is a great way to get up and running with React, helping you bu [...]

The React.js community is young but mighty. Over the past year, contributions have poured into the React project. Tools and frameworks like Flux, Redux, React Native and Relay continue to evolve. And the community has grown to include diverse gatherings across continents. With conferences from the United States to Israel, there is a React event for nearly every place, if not everyone. At open source conferences, you have the opportunity to meet l [...]

In this tutorial, we are going to implement a simple React library for creating, composing and serializing form elements. The goal is to allow developers to create forms with minimal code amount and maximal flexibility of the composition. The library should have the built-in validation and return serialized data on submit. Using the library shouldn’t require any extra code but simple declaration of an order, types, names and validation rules. The [...]

Greetings adventurer! On our last trip we explored a popular nodejs library and discovered some interesting gems there. That was ~100 lines of code, but this time we’re going to attempt something a little more ambitious: React! Ever try finding your way around a huge codebase? It doesn’t take very long before the vertigo kicks in. When looking at something like React, what we see is the cumulative result of years of effort from hundreds of very b [...]

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