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Welcome to issue 42.

This week we develop React like a pro, Build and use React Components, go in-depth into understanding Redux, get good with C++ and much more!

 

Develop React (Native) apps like a PRO

Improve your code quality with few simple tools.

 

A React TODOs example, explained

The TODOs app is the new “Hello World”.

 

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Learn C++

C++ has been one of the best ways to write applications and software for a long time.

 

Building a React Component Library: Part 1

a tutorial for publishing your own component library to npm.

 

Forum Built With React & Redux.

A minimal forum application built with the following technologies: React, Redux, Webpack, ExpressJS, PassportJS & MongoDB.

 

GraphQL Input Types & Custom Resolvers

Our full-stack GraphQL + React Tutorial that guides you through creating a messaging application.

 

How Pure CSS Images Helped Me Understand React Components

In early 2016, I got so fatigued while trying to learn React that I almost gave up on being a developer. Impostor syndrome consumed me. Now, I am a full-time React developer

 

React + d3 = vx

vx is collection of reusable low-level visualization components. vx combines the power of d3 to generate your visualization with the benefits of react for updating the DOM.

 

Build a React Native Music App tutorial: part 1

Our app loads as a list of music genres. We find the “album” art on Flickr, load a list of songs from SoundCloud, and stream music from there.

 

Porting a React and Redux application to TypeScript

I’m increasingly becoming interested in TypeScript, Microsoft’s JavaScript superset.

 

Redux is the Pivotal Frontend Innovation

Frontend developers spend a lot of time focusing on their frontend framework of choice, whether that’s React, Angular, Vue, Ember, Polymer, or something else.

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