Monthly Archive: November 2016

When a good plan comes together: React project structure for scaling

I’d like to talk about a topic that perhaps doesn’t get spoken about as much as it should and because we don’t speak about it enough publicly it tends to be something that we...

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You got a friend in me: Building a .NET core backend “friend” for a React app

A quick note from Zac at The Reactionary This week at The Reactionary we’re shaking things up to try and help broaden your horizons. For this week I’ll be swapping blogs with Jamie Taylor...

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Book Review: React.js Essentials by Artemij Fedosejev

For the first review on my blog I thought it was important to try and cover material that  you would most likely be looking at as someone new to, and interested in, React. I...

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How did we get here: ESLint

It’s pretty common to hate on the Javascript-sphere and plethora of ever changing libraries and frameworks that we all have to keep track of and learn. There’s a reason that parody O’Reilly book covers...

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