React.js

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How React Components Make UI Testing Easy

by Swizec Teller

Testing back-ends is easy. But testing front-end code is kinda hard. In the ten years I've been a developer, I hadn’t found a decent way to test user interaction and view rendering until I started poking at React.

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Navigating the React.JS Ecosystem

by Tomas Holas

In this article, I'll go through some of the interesting features and libraries that are available to use with React. Even if you don't plan on using React, taking a look at its ecosystem is inspiring. You may want to simplify your build system using the powerful, yet comparatively easy to configure, module bundler Webpack, or start writing ECMAScript 6 and even ECMAScript 7 today with the Babel compiler. So, let's explore the React ecosystem!

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Why I Switched from AngularJS to React

by Kumar Sanket

This article provides the overview of pain points caused by AngularJS and reasons for switching to React.

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React.js View State Management Tutorial

by Leonardo Andrés Garcia Crespo

One of the biggest and most common problems in front-end web development is state management. A developer is constantly focused on keeping the state object in sync with its view and the DOM representation. Users can interact with the application in many ways and it's a big task to provide a clean transition from one view state to another. We will see how using React JavaScript library can help us reduce application complexity and offload UI transitions from our application.

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Simple Data Flow in React Apps Using Flux and Backbone: A Tutorial with Examples

by Alex Rattray

React.js is a fantastic library. It is only one part of a front-end application stack, however. It doesn't have much to offer when it comes to managing data and state. Facebook, the makers of React, have offered some guidance there in the form of Flux. I'll introduce basic Flux control flow, discuss what's missing for Stores, and how to use Backbone Models and Collections to fill the gap in a "Flux-compliant" way.

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