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React Wednesday – Adobe’s Free and Open Source React Spectrum Libraries with Danni Robinson and Devon Govett

Adobe has open-sourced a collection of libraries and tools that help you build adaptive, accessible, and robust user experiences. You can watch the recording of React Wednesday with Adobe React Spectrum team about the libraries, philosophy, and how to build out your own component library using these as a base or read below for highlights…

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React Wednesday – Learn about React Native for Windows and macOS

Microsoft owns an exciting open-source project to port React Native to Windows and macOS desktop platforms. With this project, React Native developers can now deploy native versions of their applications to desktop environments. Microsoft has already built consumer-facing applications with React Native for Windows, the most famous one being Xbox for PC. Kiki Saintonge, program…

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React Wednesdays – Flipper for React Native Debugging w/Zain Sajjad & Shannon Hicks

Flipper is an open-source tool and debugging platform that helps visualize, inspect & control apps simply and intuitively. Earlier this year, Flipper became a default experience for React Native (version 62). With Flipper, you can inspect the native layout, monitor the redux state, and test deep linking from a single tool.  Zain Sajjad and Shannon…

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Here Is What Is Happening In The Enterprise React And JavaScript Ecosystem – 8/4/2020

Use ternaries rather than && in JSX Many developers write code without really thinking about the side effects. There are minor differences found in computer science techniques that can have large impacts in production. One such case is the evaluation differences between && and the ternary operator. The ternary operator requires more explicitness than &&…

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