React

JavaScript & QuickStarter

Reactive programming is the subsequent formulation of static inputs merged with dynamic experiences, expressed through styled object models. Cyclic lives of components shape the measure of sequence in which objects are adapted to create performant visual and equated systems.

Methods, functions, states, graphs, and cyclical JavaScript describe how the programming language succeeds its natural state of script, to emblematic, efficient, and functional language.

States and Lifecycles dictate the variance of explicitness within the code. A base layer of JavaScript with a surrounding context of static and dynamic models to attribute structured components, data, and functions. Hooks adapt the existing codebase to modify changes across the components and shape the focus of the DOM.

Reactifying JavaScript

The train has left the station with React, as of 2017, this expressed version of JavaScript has taken the reigns as a top language layer for web, mobile, and native applications. There are numerous ways to connect React to data sources through APIs along with static or dynamic databases.

The explosion of JavaScript frameworks has become the adapted model for building software in a performant method. Adapted from C++, C#, and Ruby — frameworks fit to a lightweight language model to become an efficient method of delivering data to an interface.

Interweaving functions from simplistic expressions to machine intelligence is as simple as slicing the data through promises and methods to create functional components. From higher-order structure to single threaded inflections for solving equations JavaScript can direct computation to servers, instances, and configured containers for processing.

React builds upon this model with an adaptive framework for handling, building, and evolving components with various scalable methods.

Reactstrap Framework

Reactstrap is a JavaScript implemented model of Bootstrap that enables a fast and simple implementation of components. The lightweight nature of React’s engineered state allows for development of many use cases, while handling robust data simply and expanding its dynamic viability through methods, cases, states, and lifecycle hooks.

Reactstrap adds agility to development as it implies structure referenced in HTML & CSS while combining elements of JavaScript to impart a framework for developing and improving instances.

If you are familiar with Bootstrap and it’s open source development you will find developing React applications quite enjoyable once you understand more what occurs under the hood.

Components & Elements

As part of the initial application package is a series of (3) three components held within the App.js component that create a secondary layer, higher-order component, for delivering the individual components to the DOM. The blog content is feed in through API via Axios, which can be adapted to configure and define additional components of the app while working through Node.

From the application, Routing can be reduced to establish the navigation paths into alternate use pages. Integrated routing will satisfy navigating the library of JavaScript app pages while implementing the react-router-dom, will bring mix-ins upon package install. Logic based navigation can be implemented with switch cases, dynamic routing through browser routing, and Component based routing with Props.

Axios is an HTTP promise handler for connecting data to APIs and databases via Node. Connecting Axios to cloud services can provide authentication, enhance user roles, and develop secondary methods for mutating the application components.

React QuickStarter provides a base for testing, implementation, and iteration — a quick method for initializing a react application and developing methods to building out a modern architecture in cloud services.

Quick Clone & Deploy

Iterating from React QuickStarter is a quick experience from a GUI client to clone, build, and integrating code to ship an iterated version.

Clone

git clone https://github.com/collectedview/react-quickstarter.git

Install

yarn install

Once the application is installed through Yarn and ran through Node, additional packages can be implemented to enhance the functionality of React QuickStarter. After cloning & installing, developing the application follows React best practices. Integrating packages is as simple as running:

yarn add [PACKAGE]

Building with React QuickStarter is a quick process with Bootstrap, from a simple web interface to an adapted React application with an in-depth component structure. Find the enjoyable flexibility and lightweight nature of React with the integrated components familiar from Bootstrap, directly from the install.

Welcome to React

React QuickStarter is an introduction to our React & React Native utilizing frameworks for quickly iterating and developing applications.

You can Contribute to React QuickStarter or View the Demo on Firebase, built to explore and develop modern applications. This project was initialized and built upon Create React App a toolchain for the React open source project via Facebook.

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