Welcome to issue 22.
This week we get to learn all about developing React Components, make a game in Reactjs and Redux, use webpack with GraphQL and much more!
If you’ve worked with React for a while, you’ve undoubtedly ran into this situation.
In this article I will show what paradigms I kept in mind while I was building the 2-players tic-tac-toe game in React and Redux.
One of the confusing aspects when learning React is understanding the seemingly infinite different ways that you can declare a component.
React is an abstraction over the DOM and as any abstraction, it has its costs and limitations that you may hit sooner or later.
Here’s a great tip if you’ve ever wanted to handle different layouts for different sections of your website built with React Router.
You all know about GraphQL, right?
Navigation in React Native is confusing for someone new to React Native.
I’ve been using the Geolocation API in React Native a fair amount lately.
Now you can write queries in .graphql files and use imports to load fragments.
The following is the story of what we’ve found by playing around with GraphQL.
That’s it for the newest edition of the best weekly ReactJS, React Native & GraphQL Newsletter!
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