Wern Ancheta, Feb 16
Creating an Imgur App with NativeScript
Wern Ancheta creates an imgur clone app to demonstrate the features and performance of NativeScript for cross platform app development.
Jon Shaffer, Feb 12
Quick Tip: Installing React Native
React Native is one of the hottest cross platform mobile development frameworks around, Jon Shaffer presents a comprehensive guide to installing it.
Igor Ribeiro Lima, Jan 21
GraphQL Overview: Build a to-Do List API with a React Front-End
Igor Ribeiro Lima explains how to write a small GraphQL server to respond to requests from a Todo List app picking React as the front-end framework.
Wern Ancheta, Jan 19
Build an Android App with React Native
Wern Ancheta shows us how to use React Native to create an Android app based on the Pokemon Pokodex that even reads results to you!
Craig Bilner, Dec 14
Bluff Your Way through React at the Dev Dinner Party
Are you thinking of trying React but aren't sure where to start? Then Craig Bilner's yuletide round up of React and the surrounding technologies is for you.
Marcello La Rocca, Dec 10
How to Build a WI-FI Dashboard Using Node.js and Ractive.js
Marcello La Rocca shows how to build a dashboard and add information about available WI-FI networks using Node.js and Ractive.js.
Mark Brown, Nov 23
Forget Angular & Ember, React Has Already Won the Client-Side War
Mark Brown explains why React's unopinionated approach, wafer-thin API and adherence to the Unix philosophy mean that it has left the competition standing.
Michael Chan, Oct 01
Watch: Using Webpack to Transform JSX
One of the major objections people have with React is JSX' need to be pre-processed and packaged for the browser. Fear not! Webpack and Babel.js are here.
Kev Zettler, Sep 30
React Data Fetching with Relay
Kevin Zettler introduces you to Relay, a new framework for data fetching from Facebook meant to work seamlessly with React.
Michael Chan, Sep 10
Watch: Using className to Add Style
Today is the epic conclusion of our Building a Stopwatch mini-series. We'll use className to add nice clean styles to our component. As a bonus, we'll remove duplication by creating a new Button component and using a special JSX feature called Spread Attributes. Enough jabber, let's get styling! This is the fourth and final video in the Building a Stopwatch in React series.
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Michael Chan, Sep 02
Watch: Adding a Lap Logger to a React Stopwatch
We'll take all we've learned about state, lists, and conditional rendering in React to add a new logger feature.
Michael Chan, Aug 26
Watch: Conditional Rendering in React
We'll build upon last week's Stopwatch component with conditional rendering by showing the "start", "stop" and "reset" button.
Michael Chan, Aug 19
Watch: Capturing Time in React
Today we're taking the first steps to building a Stopwatch component from scratch! Today, we're focusing on capturing time with setInterval.
Michael Chan, Aug 12
Video: Using map() to Create Lists in React
Michael Chan, Aug 05
Video: Controlled vs Uncontrolled Components in React
In this video we look at controlled inputs in React. This is unique concept to React that can be tricky to understand at first.
Michael Chan, Jul 29
Video: Introducing One-Way Data Flow
I'll look at react's one-way data flow with an example of two-way binding, from frameworks like Angular and Ember, and mimicking functionality in React.
Michael Chan, Jun 27
Video: An Introduction to Component State
Today's a good day because I'm teaching you about component states in React. We'll look at how to keep state, change state and finally how to render state.
Michael Chan, Jun 26
Video: Understanding React Events
Michael Chan, Jun 25
Video: Using Props to Pass Data in React
In this video I'm going to show you how to send data into components using React. This will get you working your way towards more dynamic data with props.
Michael Chan, May 17
Video: Getting Started with React
In this short video, we'll setup React in a plain HTML page and write our first React component. We'll cover everything you need to get started and take a first look at JSX, the way React templates are written.
Christian Johansen, May 07
Immutability in React
In this article Christian Johansen gives you an example of how immutability can be used with React, the well-known library developed by Facebook.
Michael Godfrey, Mar 06
Demystifying React Components State
Mike Godfrey will focus on React components state and how to work with them. The article also teaches how to have stateless children and stateful parent
Alexander Cogneau, Mar 25
A First Look at React
Node.js has some strengths, nut some people want to stick to PHP. If that's you, then you want to take a look at a similar project for PHP named React.