Welcome to issue 41.
This week we read about Storybook getting upgraded, Serverless render with React using Redux, Responsive UIs in React Native, Make apps with swift and much more!
webpack2, create-react-native-app, snapshot testing++, & more!
React Native enables you to build native apps using web development skills. And yet, in web development, we never assume fixed dimensions.
Swift is the preferred and popular way to make Apple Applications. We review books that teach will teach you how to make apps using Swift.
UI developers love GraphQL because it lets them fetch data quickly and efficiently, without having to make multiple API calls or trying to make sense of outdated documentation.
Nearly two years ago, I started using React and I’ve always been curious about doing server-side rendering, but never bothered.
When we transitioned our mobile app from native code to React Native, testing was the last thing on our mind.
Making sense of the rapidly changing React best practice.
This is what is I love about GraphQL technologies, they are optimized for the majority use case and give you alternative methods to keeping data fresh:
have developed several React-based applications.
React is usually pretty fast, but it’s easy to make small mistakes that lead to performance issues.
That’s it for the newest edition of the best weekly ReactJS, React Native & GraphQL Newsletter!