Few months ago we published a series about creating applications using React and related architectures (flux and redux). Since then, we also started using React Native and we think it's awesome! This post is not meant to be yet another React Native tutorial because I believe there are already many good ones available all over… Read all »

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In the previous post we got to know Flux. Full code of the application is accessible here. We moved all the state modifications to stores, to have better control over the changes. I've also mentioned that there is a mechanism for synchronising store updates. The truth is, though, in a complex application handling store dependencies… Read all »

In the last post we created a simple application, using just bare React. Full code of the application is accessible here. The important thing to notice is that we hold the state of the app in many places. In a more complicated application it can cause a lot of pain :) In this post we… Read all »

In the last post we decided to use following tools: Server side Javascript rendering - Express as the frontend server JS written in EcmaScript6 syntax - transpiling ES6 to ES5 using Babel loaded through Webpack Stylesheets written in Sass - transpiling SASS into CSS using sass-loader for Webpack All Javascript bundled in one file and… Read all »

ReactJS has become very popular recently, the community is growing fast and more and more sites use it, so it seems like something worth learning. That's why I decided to explore it. There is so many resources and so many examples over the internet that it's difficult to wrap your head around it all, especially… Read all »