Monthly Archive: September 2016

Jazzing up data capture: How to make a dynamic data driven form with ReactJS

In the previous tutorials we have been creating an app to automatically generate personalised invitation scrolls to give to new initiates to React inviting them to join us on our epic quest to grok...

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Learning the new spells: Using ES2015 javascript with React and Babel

Well due to the wonderful work you’ve done on our recruitment scroll application The Reactionary Guild has seen an influx of Javascript wizards who are bringing new and even more powerful ECMAScript 2015 spells!...

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Faster than a speeding repaint: The VirtualDOM and why it’s so dang fast!

I’m sure that my humble blog isn’t the first site that you’ve visited whose topic was the React.js library. If it is then I’m obviously honoured but most likely I was not your first....

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Embracing dark code magic: JSX and why it’s not all that evil

Yes code-venturers, in this week’s tutorial we are going to embrace the dark code wizardry that is JSX. Now if you’ve even had a cursory glance at React you will have already seen JSX...

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Escaping the mines of Tedium: How to build a basic build pipeline for React using Webpack and NPM

Hello and welcome back! I’m so glad to see that you’ve accepted my invitation to come on this epic Code Quest to the end of grok (of React) and back! If you have no...

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