Welcome to issue 44.
This week we create universal React components, we become a better ReactJS developer, look at Redux Router, learn NoSQL with MongoDB and much more!
Announcing styled-components/primitives, an experimental entry point combining styled-components and react-primitives.
The purpose of this article is to debunk the effectiveness of route-matching components + nested routes when using Redux, while discovering a better, simpler, obvious way.
NoSQL is gaining popularity over SQL as the database technology of choice among many startups and companies. MongoDB has quickly become the go to option when using NoSQL databases. We review books that teach will teach you NoSQL with MongoDB.
Having worked with React for a while, I am currently building a medium-sized React Native application in my free time, simply to try out the platform and because I truly love building mobile apps with minimum effort.
React components have a lot of power and flexibility. With so many tools at your disposal, it is incredibly easy for components to grow over time, become bloated and do too much.
Recently we released an open-source tool called GraphQL Voyager. Surprisingly, it got to the first page of Hacker News and GitHub trending and gained 1,000+ stars in the first few days.
Ultra simple animation compositions with React.
Draft.js is a powerful framework for creating text based editors. It removes a lot of the complexity of working with contentEditable. This is a basic tutorial on how to get started with draft-js.
Developing complex React applications is… well, complex. You need to keep many things in your head at the same time, and it’s super easy to get distracted and lose focus.
We’re going to be building an App called a List Detail View.
Building, deploying and hosting a website has never been easier especially with the extensive range of free tools and services available
That’s it for the newest edition of the best weekly ReactJS, React Native & GraphQL Newsletter!