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React at Facebook with Ben Alpert

React is the product of Facebook and a large open-source community. Facebook engineering has recently produced a powerful suite of loosely coupled tools for development: React, GraphQL, Relay, React Native, and Flux Architecture.

Ben Alpert is an engineer on the React Core team at Facebook.

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React Router, Flux, and Web Debates with Michael Jackson

React Router is a complete routing solution for ReactJS. It offers users a way to build full-fledged web apps from their React components.

Michael Jackson works on React Router and is the founder of ReactJS Training.

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React: Fundamental Questions

React is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. React is the most well-known library of a growing suite of open-source software developed by Facebook. GraphQL, Relay, Flux, and React Native are other libraries that imply a big future for developers on the Facebook platform. Facebook will soon be a developer substrate on par with Apple and Google, perhaps even bigger. React presents several clear paths to this future. If you

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QCon: Fundamental Answers

Software Engineering Daily prefaces each theme with a collection of fundamental questions. These are the answers to our questions from QCon Week. What are the common threads that disparate speakers are talking about? You are building a distributed system. “There will never be a silver bullet,” said Caitie McCaffrey. Consistency, availability, and partition tolerance: pick two, and you often have no choice but to first pick partition tolerance. Engineers must first identify

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JavaScript: Fundamental Answers

Fundamental questions loomed at the beginning of JavaScript Week. Some answers: Is JavaScript the new bytecode? Abstractions like Scala, Groovy, and Clojure were built on top of the Java Virtual Machine’s finely tuned bytecode processing power. Virtual machine innovation is now happening atop V8. V8-powered NodeJS apps compile directly to machine code at a speed that rivals the JVM’s compilation from bytecode to machine code. TypeScript, React, and other conveniences are built

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JavaScript at Spotify with Mattias Petter Johansson

http://traffic.libsyn.com/sedaily/javascript_mattias.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadMattias Petter Johansson is an engineer at Spotify. He writes about JavaScript on Quora and Twitter. Questions include: How similar is Spotify’s architecture to Netflix’s? Is there anywhere we shouldn’t use JavaScript? What is important about Meteor? How does React compare to Angular? Are engineering and art separated by a false dichotomy? Links: Netflix Architecture Mattias Functional Programming Videos on YouTube Bacon.js Pony Language Explanation of

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React.js with Sebastian Markbage and Christopher Chedeau

http://traffic.libsyn.com/sedaily/reactjs_fixed.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadReact.js is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. Facebook and Instagram maintain the open-source repository and use the technology to build front-end components. Questions include: What is a virtual DOM? How does React.js make development more modular? Why is DOM manipulation so expensive? What is Facebook’s development process of React like? What is Flux architecture? Is React Native going to eat the world

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