React Conf Recap
After live tweeting the whole conference this past week, I feel obligated to write up on it. I’ll be covering the main stuff announced, at any point feel free to leave a comment or a reply on Twitter @ReactJSNews with any questions. I try my best to respond to everyone.
Testing Drag and Drop Components in React.js
Welcome back! Last time we left off with a nice little Container component that allowed dragging and dropping items both internally and between components. However, despite having the ability with our setup, we did not write a single test. The time has come to fix that shortcoming, with lots and lots of examples.
React Conf Giveaway Winner
I would like to thank everybody that entered the giveaway. It was a lot harder than I thought it would be to choose a winner. I know that everyone who entered tried very hard. Before going into who won, here’s a little recap of what was submitted.
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React Style Guide
The idea of “idiomatic” React hasn’t been explicitly written on, so I thought I’d offer some conventions that my team at Tune has been using during the past few months of adoption. For the sake of this article, scope will be limited to coding style in React components - not styling, componentization, or Flux strategies. Also, this is meant to be a living document - and I am sure there are better ideas out there - so any comments and feedback are more than welcome.
Setting up Rails with React and Jest
React is Awesome! Rails is Awesome! Jest is awesome! Using Jest with React in Rails should be Awesome Cubed… and yet it seems so difficult.
Building a test suite in React JS
React Conf Ticket Giveaway
The first ever React conference is happening in January at Facebook’s headquarters. The sad part is that the demand is so high, not everyone who wants to go will be able to. This is part of the reason I’ll be giving away a ticket. The other reason is to create more tutorials and guides for the community. You’re probably wondering what that has to do with a giveaway, but you’re about to find out!