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MobX with React Introduction

By Amitai B, Mar 2 2018

MobX is a simple state management solution, that can be used very easily for ReactJS. ReactJS is a render a JavaScript library for building user interfaces, but it doesn’t have a built-in state management or two way binding like Angular (In version 16.3 it has changed by introducing the new Context API).

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Congratulations, It's a Chrome Extension!

By Tomer S, Jul 31 2017

As a young parents for our little one, my wife and I are learning the "debugging life cycle" of babies.

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It's time to discover Redux Dev Tools

By Tomer S, Apr 3 2017

"The washing machine" is a familiar syndrome. This syndrome is about peoples' preferences while choosing the functionality of the program in their washing machine.  Most people choose the same program they are used to, and it is usually the standard program. This syndrome happens in many subjects, one of them  in my opinion is redux dev tools.    As a SW developer and especially as a full-stack developer,  one major professionality is the ability to debug the state of your application. In this article, I will try to touch not only the "30-40 degrees" program of redux dev tools, but also the other functions including the "100 degree-cotton". The adds-on of 'redux dev tools' is a great tool for interpreting and debugging the application state. I will explain about the chrome extension, but it is also available on Firefox and electron, and can be used as a remote for other browsers and non-browser environments. The review of adds-on features will be top to bottom.  

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MV* patterns with React Redux

By Guy Y, Feb 27 2017

The main promise of react & React Native is code reuse. But As Aaron Greenwald states in this wix talk, it not free. When done right you can achieve a very high code reuse percentage between your IOS, Android and Web apps.

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Using this in react

By Amitai B, Dec 1 2016

JavaScript is great, but comparing to other programing languages it has many confusing parts. One of them is the use of this.

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React and Redux Tutorial

By Amitai B, Nov 18 2016

What is React? React is a JS library for rendering web pages. That’s it. The closest equivalent is Angular with only directives without the other features such as services, controllers etc.

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Why React-Native is Awesome

By Noam B, Sep 22 2016

Basically it’s just React but for mobile. That’s it.

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Why React

By Gil M, Jan 30 2016

React is a new(ish) front-end library from Facebook that aims to provide a simpler UI programming model with some performance gains.

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