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Welcome to issue 23.

This week we learn all about catching Pokemon using GraphQL, make Tetris in Reactjs, use PureComponent and much more!


Learn Erlang


Build a GraphQL server & Catch Em All

I created this project to introduce GraphQL and catch Pokemon!


GraphQL: A data query language

GraphQL was internally developed by Facebook in 2012. Facebook’s mobile apps have been powered by GraphQL since 2012.


React Tetris: A Game of Tetris Built in React

Tetris made completely in ReactJS


Why and How to Use PureComponent in React

React.PureComponent is one of the most significant ways to optimize React applications that is easy and fast to implement.


A Year of development with Redux: Part II

The previous post was about the composition of connected components and performance, but those changes introduced another kind of issues, that was solved by the second insight.


The Good and Bad Parts of JSX

JSX is a de facto standard for declaring components structure in React applications.


Making Requests to the YouTube API with React

It sounds like it could be difficult, but with a YouTube API key, React, and a little help, you’ll be searching YouTube in no time!


Understanding React+Redux State

React state is an object that determines how a component renders and behaves.


Notes from my first React + Redux project

React is one of the hottest JS frameworks out there and I want to share my first experience with you.


Uploading Files with React and Node:

Uploading files is one of the most common tasks performed by web developers.

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