Tag Archives: react

Higher-Order Components

Higher-Order Components are what they sound like. A function that takes a component and returns a replacement component is an example of a higher-order component. Higher-Order Components in React may be a pattern that stems from React’s nature, which favors composition over inheritance. Consider the following scenario: In the preceding example, a higher-order component could Continue Reading »

CORS – React JS

CORS stands for Cross-Origin Resource Sharing. It is basically a mechanism that uses HTTP headers to tell the browser whether a specific web app can share resources with another web app or not. Here Both the web apps should have different origins because if they have the same origin then they can share the resources Continue Reading »

Pure Components

In this article, we will discuss what are pure functions in javascript? What are pure components? When to use pure components in React and when not to use them? What is the difference between Pure components and class and functional components? What are the advantages of pure components over others? When a function is called Continue Reading »

Build and Deployment Configuration Flavors in React Native

At the point when you don’t have a server-side programming foundation, environment variables can appear to be a touch of enchantment. That absence of information smacks you in the face when you’re finished making todo applications on your localhost and attempt to make a production build for the application. The issue we’re illuminating:  Step by Continue Reading »

MobX in React

MobX is the new upcoming state management solution. This blog is all about how to create a simple React-Native app using MobX. MobX is fast in speed than Redux, its easier to learn & requires less boilerplate code. Here are some of its main concepts Stores: Stores create data sources. A store is basically an Continue Reading »

Geolocation, Geocoding Blog

How to use Geolocation, Geocoding in React Native Apps?

In this post, we will learn, How to implement Geolocation in your App? Geolocation will find your current location and Geocoding gives your address (like City Name, Street Name, etc) by Coordinates (Latitude and Longitude). What is Geolocation? The most famous and familiar location feature — Geolocation is the ability to track a device using Continue Reading »

UNDERSTANDING OF REACT FIBER ARCHITECTURE

Understanding Of React Fiber Architecture

React v16.0 was released with an update to react core algorithm. This new core architecture is named “Fiber”. Facebook has completely rewritten the internals of React from the ground-up while keeping the public API essentially unchanged, in simple terms it means only changing the engine of a running car. With this release, some new features Continue Reading »

Basic Fundamentals of Redux

Redux is a library which is use to maintain state of the application at application level , it reduces complexity of managing different states of the components when app is getting comparatively larger , it provides the privilege to maintain state of different components efficiently. Redux works on three basic principles 1) “Single source of Continue Reading »

Getting Started with React Router

Routing concept is very importance in almost every web application’s architecture, which could not be left out in the React. Power of routing enables us to make a full fleshed single page applications with React. We can make use of React-Router for Routing in React. Setup and Installation We need: Node.js  and npm. create  a new project. React Router Continue Reading »

React Component Lifecycle

All the react component goes through a lifecycle which enables you to perform a specific task at any specific time. In order to achieve that you can override the life cycle methods. Methods prefixed with will are called right before something occurs (events), and methods prefixed with did are called right after something occurs. Let us understand Continue Reading »