Welcome to issue 39.
This week we read about AirBnb’s Frontend changes, use Redux offline, build an app using GraphQL & React, Introduce React Loadable, Launchpad & glamorous for React Native, write better SQL queries and much more!
After a few weeks of playing around with React Native, I just came away with my first real mobile app. It’s fairly simple, but it only took me a few days to build and I had a blast doing it.
SQL is the most popular way to interact with databases. We review books that teach you all about SQL.
GraphQL allows to ask for what you need and get exactly that. But what about the shape? GraphQL Lodash gives you the power of lodash right inside your GraphQL Query using @_ directive.
How do you go offline with your app? In this talk we’ll show you how to utilise Redux Offline to make your app offline-first. Optimistic updates, background synchronisation, and more.
Using GraphQL Subscriptions, Apollo Client 1.0 and Auth0
In this post, I’ll quickly walk through how to add deep linking to a React Native app for both iOS and Android using React Navigation.
Since I’ve mentioned it in the title, I guess you are familiar with Redux.
But did you know that this kind of architecture has been used in software development long before React came along?
Component-centric code splitting and loading in React.
A complimentary component library from glamorous, inspired by styled-components and jsxstyle for styling React Native Components
JSFiddle for GraphQL servers.
That’s it for the newest edition of the best weekly ReactJS, React Native & GraphQL Newsletter!