Welcome to issue 38.
This week we learn what Facebook’s Prepack is, make React faster, learn the tao of Redux, use AWS with Reactjs, learn about Yelp using GraphQL, checkout the best PHP books and much more!
Prepack has developed by Facebook and it is under active development. with React.
This short guide will provide you a consistent and reusable development workflow for all React/React Native projects.
PHP is probably the most popular web language. We review books that show you how and why you should use PHP.
Bringing together D3.js and React is one of those things. This excerpt is from a book featured in our D3js book review.
When I started with React Native not long ago I was frustrated by the overwhelming amount of irrelevant information on how to test React applications.
one easy change you can apply to your React code to get a free speedup.
Create a note taking app from scratch using React.js, AWS Lambda, API Gateway, DynamoDB, and Cognito.
React Native enables you to use the same programming language and mental model you use to write web applications to create great native mobile experiences
An inline editor assistant that is context aware of your projects code and dependencies.
Today, we’re releasing access to query our data via GraphQL, a graph query language.
Thoughts on what Redux requires, how Redux is intended to be used, and what is possible with Redux.
That’s it for the newest edition of the best weekly ReactJS, React Native & GraphQL Newsletter!