Reacting with ReactJS
#1 – The React Way
Peter Marton (@slashdotpeter – CTO at RisingStack) explains how to start off with this tool and how we should think in the React way. Peter introduces the concepts of virtual DOM, component-driven development and isomorphic React, among others.
#2 – The Secrets of React’s Virtual DOM
In this article, Tony Freed (@tony_freed – Senior Software Engineer at Webzai) analyzes the original DOM performance issues and the concept of virtual DOM.
#3 – JSX for the real DOM
It’s not necessary to use JSX with React, you can just use plain JS. However, using JSX has its benefits because it’s a concise and familiar syntax for defining tree structures with attributes. Christopher Chedeau (@Vjeux – Front-end Engineer at Facebook) outlines the advantages of using JSX with React.
#4 – React on Rails
Is there an easy way to work with React in a Rails project? Apparently there is! In this post by @learnreact, we can see how to setup a Rails project using React, with the react-rails gem – a ruby gem for automatically transforming JSX and using React on Rails.
#5 – Sites using React
Here’s a list of projects currently using React!
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