Don’t you have a feeling that you missed something? That’s right! You probably missed the news about the new release of React. You can rely on us and read our article where you can meet React 360 (or React VR). Usage of React 360 is similar to React Native, but its library does not interface with the DOM the way we know it.
According to statistics, by the year 2020, mobile apps are predicted to generate $188.9 billion in global revenue via app stores and in-app advertising. Amazing statistics, don’t you think? React Native appeared as a viable solution to write brilliant apps, rapidly transforming the world of mobile. Today, let’s look at 6 pros of React Native for mobile development.
Dan Abramov shares a lot of good stuff in his ‘Overreacted’ blog. For example, recently we shared with you his post about React’s useEffect. But one source is not a scale for people who work in the field. And as a software development agency, we are constantly monitoring for new knowledge sources. Today we will present you high-quality open source software from React Training we found on Github.
Recently we’ve told you about Flutter Studio web application being updated. Despite we work mostly with React Native, we are the big fans of Flutter. However, these two are not the only ones in the world of cross-platform development. There is also Xamarin, which might appear in your feed from time to time but not very often. Did you hear about its bad reputation? And its advantages? Don’t worry, we are here to help you. Today we made a brief summary of the comparison for cross-platform development main contestants: Xamarin vs React Native vs Flutter.
You have a nagging feeling that you’re missing something. It seems similar to class lifecycles… but is it really? This deep dive into React world will make the answers to these questions look obvious to you. We recommend learning React’s useEffect with Dan Abramov.
The web is constantly moving forward, that’s why we didn’t want to support old technologies and want to present you only the new releases. Meet the next one! Marble.js is a functional reactive HTTP framework on top of Node.js. Let’s go briefly through the main important things that the newest release introduces.
Ionic is a framework for building cross-platform hybrid mobile apps. And previously it was commonly associated with Angular. But now it’s available in a React flavor too with around 70 components intended to cover the main use cases when building mobile apps. Meet Ionic React Beta!
A Supervision Tree in Elixir has quite a number of parallels to how developers using React think about a component tree. In this article, we will attempt to describe parallel concepts between the two – Elixir Supervision Trees vs. React Component Trees.