Archive for the ‘Flux’ Category

How to Learn React: Everything You Need to Get Started

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React is a JavaScript library, originally built by developers at Facebook, for building fast user interfaces. If you’re dipping your toe into the React waters, or if your React development journey is picking up speed, it can be hard to stay acros...

Managing State in Angular 2 Apps with ngrx/store

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[special]The components we build for our web applications often contain state. Connecting components can lead to sharing mutable state: this is difficult to manage and leads to inconsistency. What if we have one place where we mutate the state and let ...

Leveling Up with React: Redux

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This tutorial is the final of a three-part series by Brad Westfall. We'll learn how to manage state across an entire application efficiently and in a way that can scale without dangerous complexity. We've come so far in our React journey, it's worth ma...

Building a React Universal Blog App: Implementing Flux

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In the first part of this miniseries, we started digging into the world of React to see how we could use it, together with Node.js, to build a React Universal Blog App. In this second and last part, we'll take our blog to the next level by learning how...

Building a React Universal Blog App: A Step-by-Step Guide

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When the topic of single page applications (SPAs) comes up, we tend to think of browsers, JavaScript, speed, and invisibility to search engines. This is because an SPA renders a page's content using JavaScript, and since web crawlers don't use a browse...