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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...

ReactJS in PHP: Writing Compilers Is Easy and Fun!

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I used to use an extension called XHP. It enables HTML-in-PHP syntax for generating front-end markup. I reached for it recently, and was surprised to find that it was no longer officially supported for modern PHP versions. So, I decided to implement a ...

Game Development with React and PHP: How Compatible Are They?

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"I'd like to make a multiplayer, economy-based game. Something like Stardew Valley, but with none of the befriending aspects and a player-based economy." I started thinking about this the moment I decided to try and build a game using PHP and React. Th...

Higher Order Components: A React Application Design Pattern

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In this article we will discuss how to use Higher Order Components to keep your React applications tidy, well structured and easy to maintain. We’ll discuss how pure functions keep code clean and how these same principles can be applied to React comp...

Creating a Mobile Application with Reapp

React is a JavaScript library focused on building user interfaces. It’s increase in popularity has been helped in part due to to fact that it’s created, used and maintained by Facebook. Why React ? React works on the concept of the “v...

Creating Isomorphic Apps with Node.js, React, and Express

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Over the past few years, the Web community has been abuzz with “isomorphic apps”. They are apps where the markup is rendered on the server and fed to the browser as complete HTML, and the successive user interactions are handled by client side rend...

Video: Controlled vs Uncontrolled Components in React

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In this video we look at controlled inputs in React. This is unique concept to React that can be tricky to understand at first. We'll be polishing the demo we started in the last lesson "Introduction to One-Way Data Flow." Loading the player... jwp...