Welcome to issue 43.
This week we look at the new changes and updates in Reactjs, do frontend dev with React & Redux, handle state in Reactjs, write iPhone apps with Objective-C and much more!
Front end development has never been so complex and exciting as it is today. New tools, libraries, frameworks, and plugins emerge every other day. There is so much to learn.
As we prepare for React 16.0, we have been fixing and cleaning up many things. This release continues to pave the way.
Objective-C is the most trusted and popular way to write apps for iPhone, iPad and Macs. We review books that teach will teach you how to write great applications with Objective-C.
A real world scenario of enhancing performances.
Perhaps the most common point of confusion in React today: state.
I used create-react-app (CRA) to bootstrap the app so I was assuming that wrapping it in an Electron shell would be easy-peasy. Turns out it’s a bit more complicated…
Webpack 2.4.0, which came out a few weeks ago, launched with a very interesting new feature: “magic comments.”
React and Vue are ostensibly very similar and I have shipped projects using both.
I’m a firm believer that the best code is no code. More code often leads to more bugs and more time spent maintaining it.
You’ve got a React app, and an API server written in Express or something else. Now – how do you deploy them both to production?
We’re working hard at MLS to redefine our user’s experience, and as part of this redesign we wanted to focus on surfacing more data.
The biggest online React hackathon takes place soon! Sign up for free now and compete with the best React devs from around the globe!
That’s it for the newest edition of the best weekly ReactJS, React Native & GraphQL Newsletter!