A detailed explanation of how to architecture React components based on single responsibility principle, encapsulation and composition.
I like how React embraces component-based architecture. You can compose complex user interfaces from smaller pieces, take advantage of components reusability and abstracted DOM manipulations.
Component-based development is productive: a complex system is built from specialized and easy to manage pieces. Yet only well designed components ensure composition and reusability benefits.
Despite the application complexity, hurry to meet the deadlines and unexpectedly changing requirements, you must constantly walk on the thin line of architectural correctness. Make your components decoupled, focused on a single task, well tested.
Article covers: How native is react native?, React Native vs (Ionic, Cordova), Similarities and difference between React Native and Native App Development.
Now Let’s start discussing today’s topic.Today we’ll discuss about basic things you must know about React Library.It’s a famous front-end library which use in IT industry for business applications.Also day by day it’s getting updated.So, It will be much important for you to keep in touch with this library if you are willing/doing a job in IT industry as it’s already a trending front-end technology now a days.So we’ll discuss it in details now and create your first React Component.
In the past few years, the buzz around functional programming has been growing, but it can be challenging to apply theoretical concepts to everyday work. How can we make the code we work on more functional? What advanced patterns can you use, and why should you do that? And what do React hooks have to do with all this? In this talk we’ll have a look at real-life examples and patterns you can use to make React apps more functional.
Every component in React goes through a lifecycle of events. You can think is of going through a cycle of birth, growth, and death the…
In this video tutorial, you'll learn about components in programming and React's functional (stateless) component with an example.