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How to deploy a live ReactJS/Redux website in under 10 minutes. 2.

How to deploy a live ReactJS/Redux website in under 10 minutes

Set up AWS S3 bucket (time: ~5 minutes) a) Log into AWS console and click on S3 b) Click create bucket and enter a Bucket name(example: onederful-quickstart). Click Next through all the remaining steps and create the bucket. c) On the list view, click on the newly created bucket d) A popup will show up, click on properties e) Click on Static website hosting and enter in index.html for both fields Index document and Error document f) Click on permissions tab and copy and paste the policy (replacing [YOUR BUCKET NAME] with your bucket name) Une brève histoire du DOM (jusqu'à React et Redux) — Développeurs de logiciels métiers, spécialistes Python / Javascript - Paris. On va parler aujourd'hui des techniques récentes de programmation web, en faisant un petit retour en arrière pour expliquer brièvement le cheminement qui a eu lieu depuis le Paléolithique jusqu'à React.

Une brève histoire du DOM (jusqu'à React et Redux) — Développeurs de logiciels métiers, spécialistes Python / Javascript - Paris

Cette présentation a eu lieu à l'avant-dernier colloque Anybox, et l'objectif était de présenter avant tout l'assemblage React + Redux, et d'expliquer pourquoi jQuery est devenu inutile. L'époque du HTML statique Le Paléolithique dont je parlais c'est l'époque du HTML statique généré côté serveur. Le navigateur fait une requête au serveur qui se débrouille pour lancer un programme et renvoyer une page HTML. L'utilisateur peut cliquer sur un lien dans cette page, ça envoie une requête au serveur, qui renvoie de nouveau une page HTML complète. Create React App with an Express Backend. If you haven’t heard of it yet, Create React App is an awesome way to get started with React.

Create React App with an Express Backend

It creates a project structure for you, all set up and ready to go. You get to skip the configuration of Webpack and Babel, and get right down to writing your app. But what if your app isn’t purely frontend? What if you need to connect to a backend server? Create React App has you covered. In this post we’ll set up a React app alongside an Express backend app, and wire up the UI to fetch some data from the backend. And, if your backend is not written with Express, don’t worry! Let’s get into it. Hey, thanks for feedback! □ – Dan Abramov – Medium. Hey, thanks for feedback!

Hey, thanks for feedback! □ – Dan Abramov – Medium

🙂 I appreciate that you shared your frustrations, and keep them in mind. Your post includes some misconceptions commonly held in the React community, so I wanted to take a moment to clarify them for everyone else who has the same concerns. That is not to say that React works well for everyone, or that the issues you have raised are not valid. But there are a few facts that I think are important to get right when considering those problems. I started my app with React 15.5.0 knowing that my code is deprecate before even starting because facebook has just announced that for the next major release they are planning a complete rewrite of the framework and this means that they will likely nuke the current source because it can no longer be maintained. Yes, React is taking over front-end development. The question is why.

Here are a few reasons why React has become so popular so quickly: Working with the DOM API is hard.

Yes, React is taking over front-end development. The question is why.

React basically gives developers the ability to work with a virtual browser that is faster and more friendly than the real browser. React’s virtual browser acts like an agent between the developer and the real browser.React enables developers to declaratively describe their User Interfaces and model the state of those interfaces. This means instead of coming up with steps to describe transactions on interfaces, developers just describe the interfaces in terms of a final state (like a function). A Study Plan To Cure JavaScript Fatigue – freeCodeCamp. Like everybody else, I recently came across Jose Aguinaga’s post “How it feels to learn JavaScript in 2016”.

A Study Plan To Cure JavaScript Fatigue – freeCodeCamp

It’s clear that this post hit a nerve: I saw it reaching the top spot on Hacker News not once but twice. It was the most popular post on /r/javascript as well, and as of right now it has over 10k likes on Medium — which is probably more than all my own posts put together. But who’s counting? This didn’t come as a surprise though: I’ve known for a long time that the JavaScript ecosystem can be confusing. In fact, the very reason why I ran the State Of JavaScript survey was to find out which libraries were actually popular, and finally sort the signal from the noise. But today, I want to go one step further. Who Is This For. Simple React Development in 2017 – Hacker Noon. React’s Five Fingers of Death. Master these five concepts, then master React. A few years ago, my friend Sean started telling me how this brand new front-end library called React was going to take over the web.

React’s Five Fingers of Death. Master these five concepts, then master React.

At first I dismissed it as just another framework fad. But then I started hearing about React more and more, to the point where I felt like ignoring it just wasn’t an option anymore. Maybe you’re in the same position I was in: you’ve been hearing about React left and right, but actually sitting down and learning it feels like such a chore. Learn Apollo. Road to learn React by Robin Wieruch. I love to teach, even though I am no expert.

Road to learn React by Robin Wieruch

I learn every day and I have the fortune to have great mentors. After all, not everyone has the opportunity to learn from mentors and peers. Fullstack React: How to get "create-react-app" to work with your API. In this post, we detail how to use the create-react-app project along with an API server. Update (8/3/2016): We now have a mirror for this post that uses Rails. Check out that post if Rails is your preferred API server platform.Update (8/25/2016): react-scripts version 0.2.3 was released, adding a proxy feature for the Webpack development server to address CORS issues in development.

This post has been updated to utilize this feature.Update (11/21/2016): We updated the repository to be cross-platform (Mac/Unix/Windows). Anyone who tells you that React is easy to get started with isn't lying. You can drop React into your production application, today. However, if you're like most developers, you will be quickly lured away from these tranquil waters. While there are discrete steps you can take to enable individual advantages, you'll hit limitations with each sooner or later. Routing React Apps: The Complete Guide. Routing being a key aspect of web applications (and even other platforms) could not be left out in React. We can make full fleshed single page applications with React if we harness the powers of routing.

This does not have to be a manual process, we can make use of React-Router. In this guide, we will touch almost every aspect related to routing in React and there will be a demo so you will as well have something to play with. You do not need to have a high experience level to follow along. Basics of React components and how to use them is enough for you to follow along in this tutorial. # Prerequisites. Full-Stack Redux Tutorial. Update 2016-02-24: Updated react-router to 2.0.0.

Full-Stack Redux Tutorial

In tests, replaced use of deprecated setProps() with ReactDOM.render(). Also now using the react-addons-test-utils package so that no imports of 'react/addons' are needed anywhere. Update 2015-11-06: Updated to the new Babel 6 release. The Babel packages we need to install are now a bit different, and an additional "babel" section is needed in the package.json in both projects. Deploying React with Zero Configuration. So you want to build an app with React?

Deploying React with Zero Configuration

"Getting started" is easy… and then what? React is a library for building user interfaces, which comprise only one part of an app. Deciding on all the other parts — styles, routers, npm modules, ES6 code, bundling and more — and then figuring out how to use them is a drain on developers. This has become known as javascript fatigue. Create Apps with No Configuration. Create React App is a new officially supported way to create single-page React applications. It offers a modern build setup with no configuration. Getting Started # Installation # First, install the global package: Mixins Considered Harmful. “How do I share the code between several components?”

Is one of the first questions that people ask when they learn React. Our answer has always been to use component composition for code reuse. You can define a component and use it in several other components. It is not always obvious how a certain pattern can be solved with composition. You might not need React Router. You might not need React Router If you happened to work with Facebook’s React.js library for a while, you might notice a few misconceptions floating in the React community. One of them is the affirmation that React is just V from MVC architecture and needs to be mixed with a bunch of other libraries before it can be used as a framework for developing web applications.

In practice, you rarely see a React developer using controllers and models from MVC. Fullstack React 🐬: React Tutorial: Cloning Yelp. As we’re writing the Fullstack React book, we get a lot of questions about how to build large applications with React and how to integrate external APIs. tl;dr - This post will guide you through building a full React app, even with little to no experience in the framework. We’re going build a Yelp clone in ReactYou can get the completed code hereTry the demo here Let’s build a lightweight clone of Yelp using React.

In this tutorial we’ll talk about: Modern JS with React. Markerikson/react-redux-links: Curated tutorial and resource links I've collected on React, Redux, ES6, and more. What are some good react tutorials out there? Sorry for the self promotion, but I wrote a few React tutorials with someone like you in mind. They're only covering the basics of React, coding directly in an html file, so they don't involve getting up and running with Node+React.

State of React and CSS — KADIRA VOICE — Medium. Recently, I started to work on a project that helps us to develop UI components isolated from the main app. React.js Conf 2016 Quick Summaries — Day 1, Part 1. No JSX, no Flux, no ES6, no Webpack. Disclaimer: I love JSX, Flux, ES6 and Webpack. 9 things every React.js beginner should know - Cam Jackson. How to Structure a React Project? – ReactJS News. Tutorial: Setting Up a Simple Isomorphic React app. React vs Angular 2 - final. React.js resources. It has been some time (almost 2 years?) Trying out React - Artsy Engineering. We recently picked up a Rails application that was a few features away from completion. This application allows our Genome Team to classify multiple artworks based on visual and art historical characteristics. Exploring data flow and state management in React de Khalid Jebbari.

Just React it ! ReactJS – Do you use it? Do you like it? React.js Introduction For People Who Know Just Enough jQuery To Get By · React for Designers. ReactJS For Stupid People. The Future of Web Development - React, Falcor, and ES6. Tyler McGinnis » React.js Tutorial Pt 1: A Comprehensive Guide to Building Apps with React.js. React.js Starter Kit extension. React.js and How Does It Fit In With Everything Else? - Funny Ant.