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A real-world example of refactoring a React Native component into stateless functional components and higher-order components, in 5 steps.
The React.js Licensing has been a topic that pops up every once in a while. Now it seems that the Apache Foundation has taken a stance against using React.js and other popular software using this license.
In this five part series, we will “recreate” React from the ground up, learning how it works along the way. Once we’ve finished, you should have a good grasp of how React works, and when and why it calls the various lifecycle methods of a component.
Have you ever built a Dropdown, Table or other component in React and feel like you are reinventing the wheel? It turns out, you are! These common components have been built over and over again.
Are your coworkers throwing around the idea of using redux and you still don’t quite get why? Maybe you’re a senior engineer still getting experienced with React. Or you already glanced at redux and did a WTF at the docs.