Category: one-way data flow

React for Angular Developers

This article is for developers who are familiar with Angular 1.x and would like to learn more about React. We’ll look at the different approaches they take to building rich web applications, the overlapping functionality and the gaps that React doesn’t attempt to fill. After reading, you’ll have an un...

Forget Angular & Ember, React Has Already Won the Client-Side War

In SitePoint’s forums I stumbled across a thread entitled So Many Frameworks where Guido, confused at the sheer number of options available, was asking which JavaScript framework he should adopt to make his application more dynamic. Given what I’ve been seeing in the industry and having used it myself, I st...

What’s New in Ember 2.0?

This article was peer reviewed by Stephan Max. Thanks to all of SitePoint’s peer reviewers for making SitePoint content the best it can be! Ember is an JavaScript framework, based on the model-view-controller (MVC) pattern and used for creating single page applications. Recently, version 2.0 of the framework was ...

Video: Introducing One-Way Data Flow

In this video, we look at React’s concept of one-way data flow. We’ll observe a very common example of two-way binding, from frameworks like Angular and Ember, and mimic the functionality in React. This video utilizes everything that we have learned from the previous lessons. If something seems unfamiliar, ...