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Welcome to issue 64.

This week we do cool things with React Portal, look at the GraphQL stack, compare React Native apps to Native apps, build your own Chatbots for a better customer experience and much more!

 

Using a React 16 Portal to do something cool

Portals let you render a bit of React-controlled DOM outside of the parent component.

 

React Native vs Real Native Apps

This post is targeted to highlight the theoretical as well as practical aspects of using React Native in comparison with the Swift.

 

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Learn how to build Chatbots

Chatbots are 2018’s hottest technology. Chatbots give an unparalleled customer experience and help drive more sales. Get a head start and learn how to make your own Chatbots.

 

The GraphQL stack: How everything fits together

A look at caching, tracing, schema stitching, and GraphQL’s future from GraphQL Summit 2017

 

Using redux-observable to handle asynchronous logic in Redux

Looking for a way to simplify your Redux app?

 

Ending the debate on inline functions in React

Using inline functions in React is convenient but can be contentious because of their perceived impact on performance.

 

Text input highlight, TripAdvisor style

Using React & SCSS.

 

Slaying a UI Antipattern in React000

Solving a well known a UI problem with React

 

How Redux Can Make You a Better Developer

When React came out I was really amazed with its easiness of use and learning curve.

 

React Native & iPhone X

Easily update and create iPhone X layouts with SafeAreaView.

 

A Guide to creating Web Applications with React and Redux

In-depth guide to getting started with Progressive Web Apps.

 

 

That’s it for the newest edition of the best ReactJS, React Native & GraphQL Newsletter!

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