6 links tagged with react

Use React.lazy and Suspense to Code-Split Your App

The marquee feature of React 16.6.0 was the introduction of , a built in way to do code-splitting with React. In all honesty I was hoping to have had this article written about two weeks ago, but in an entirely ironic and unintentional sequence of events that didn't happen…
December 2, 2018
Read time 9 minutes

React Hooks

React Hooks! Hooks! Hooks! Hooks! Sorry, had to yell that a few times to get it out of my system. I definitely find React Hooks to be one of the most exciting new features that has hit React in a long time. I don't think I've been this excited about a new feature since React…
November 11, 2018
Read time 12 minutes

Experiences With GraphQL

A couple of months ago I started working on a side project called TV Chat. My goal with this project was to create a website where people online could come together to chat about tv shows as they were airing live on TV. I'm a big tv watcher, and I like watching TV shows with…
August 13, 2017
Read time 6 minutes

React Native ART Presentation

Earlier this year I had the great opportunity to be a speaker at the Crater Remote Conference . I presented about my experiences with using React Native ART and D3 , giving a complete walkthrough and explanation of my example application BetterWeather . The recording of this…
December 19, 2016
Read time 1 minute

React Native ART and D3

This is a follow up to my previous article about my experiences using React Native I gave a talk on this topic which you can watch The most powerful feature of React Native is that it lets you write your native application using React and JavaScript. React is certainly powerful…
August 5, 2016
Read time 14 minutes

React Native

A couple of months ago I wrote a React Native application, the new Chartbeat iOS App . It was a great experience. I got to learn a lot about React Native and was able to create and launch an app. If there's anything I like more than writing software, it's releasing it. I was…
June 29, 2016
Read time 8 minutes