Monday, 3 July, 2017 UTC


Full Stack Fest 2017: Problems of today, wonders from the future
Barcelona, 4-8 Sept. 2017 – Are you a curious mind? Full Sack Fest is a week-long conference based in the amazing city of Barcelona that peeks into the web of tomorrow. Serverless, Blockchain, WebVR, Distributed Web, Progressive Web Apps... Come and see! Early bird tickets available with a 10% discount using the code DIGEST.
Cheat to Win: Learn React with Copywork
So you’ve built a few TODO apps. Ok, a lot of TODO apps. After the 35th one you’ve started to wonder if React can even do anything else. What’s the “next level” in terms of learning? How can you go about getting better at React?
React Express
React is a library for building performant interfaces for the web and other platforms. You should use this guide as a companion to the official Facebook documentation for getting started. While the official docs are great, the React ecosystem includes many other important projects which are outside the scope of the React docs. This guide is intended for people who know HTML, CSS, and JavaScript at a beginner-to-intermediate level already. We'll cover everything beyond that: newer language features, build tools, and React in-depth.
Redux Architecture Guidelines
I’ve written many Redux apps over the past couple of years, and it is by far my favorite JS framework. The only downside is, unlike other frameworks, Redux is far less opinionated in how to structure an app. I prefer this freedom, but it does make for a steeper learning curve, especially if you’re new to Redux. So I decided to write up some of the higher level thinking and structure I’ve picked up and often use when building a Redux app. Hopefully it comes in handy for someone out there.
Writing Clean and Concise React Components
If, like myself, you’ve ever created a website using the “standard” tools of plain old HTML or templates, preprocessed CSS, and JavaScript, then you may also have shared the same delight I did when React came along and offered a way to easily break a website or app into manageable, reusable chunks.
Achieve skeleton loading with React
From Facebook and Slack to LinkedIn, skeleton loading seemed to be widely spread and is today a common practice to improve the user experience of your web application.