Welcome to issue 54.

This week we make scalable React apps, structure React Native properly,  add GraphQL to our backend, make apps for iOS and Android with React Native and much more!


Progression, Curiosity, and Burnout with Dan Abramov

Dan Abramov went from hacking on VBA and C# apps for $200 a week in Russia to building one of the most popular JavaScript libraries (Redux) and working as an engineer at Facebook.


Writing Scalable React Apps with the Component Folder Pattern

Discover how to organize your React components using the component folder pattern.



Make Android and iOS apps with React Native.

Finish the summer of 2017 by making epic mobile apps with React Native.


Coursera’s journey to GraphQL

Adding GraphQL to a REST and microservices backend.


Real-World ReactJS and Redux (Part 1)

Real-world ReactJS usage and what we’ve learned scaling our apps.


When to use Component or PureComponent

tldr; prefer PureComponent over Component, but never mutate your objects (and use other best practices)


React and The Mythical Man-Month

Component-based Development vs Cotton Picking


Structuring a React Native + MobX Application the Right Way

This article contains few tips on how to structure your app to ease the development process.


Redux, Firebase and the Saga in between

Surely, there must be a better way to handle side effects and async code.


Building zoom-draggable photo in React Native

Build a prototype of Instagram’s photos.


Animating Route Transitions with React Router

React Router v4 provides an intuitive, declarative API for building React apps that support navigation.

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