Monday, 3 April, 2017 UTC


Summary

react
React Lifecycle Methods - how and when to use them
#react
The beauty of React is the splitting of complicated UI’s into little, bite-sized bits. Not only can we thus compartmentalize our app, we can also customize each compartment.
React is Slow, React is Fast: Optimizing React Apps in Practice
#performance, #react
React can be slow. Well, I mean, any medium-size React application can seem slow. But before you start looking for alternatives, you should know that any medium-size Angular or Ember application is slow, too.
Redux Offline
#redux, #offline
Persistent Redux store for Reasonaboutable™️ Offline-First applications, with first-class support for optimistic UI. Use with React, React Native, or as standalone state container for any web app.
Next.js 2.0
#react, #next
Next.js is a very slim yet powerful framework. Place React components in a pages directory and running next, and you'll get automatic code splitting, routing, hot code reloading and universal (server-side and client-side) rendering.
When to use Ref on a DOM node in React
#react, #dom
In the past there has been a lot of confusion around the ref attribute in React. The attribute makes it possible to reference a DOM node in order to access it and to interact with it. This article should give some clarification around the ref attribute in React. It shows you how you can use it, when you should use it and where it can be used.