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Dan Abramov from our team just spoke at JSConf Iceland 2018 with a preview of some new features we’ve been working on in React. The talk opens with a question: “With vast differences in computing power and network speed, how do we deliver the best user experience for everyone?”
I wrote a React component, transpiling using Babel, bundling and building using Webpack. I wanted to use it in another application via NPM. My NPM publish package needed to include component behavior, styles and images. So how difficult is it to package my React Component for distribution via NPM? An hour or so of work maybe right?
This tutorial will cover building the core Redux library from scratch. After completing it, you will understand the primary concepts of Redux by applying the library to a simple Redux application. Developers that are new to Redux are often intimidated by library. However, the core principles are actually very reasonable to understand. Once you pull away additional details like the bindings for React and integrating it into a project, you will learn why it is referred to a simple and predictable state management library.
Gatsby is a modern React based static content generator, and it boasts an impressive list of out-the-box features. In this article, we're going to be building a blog, and adding extra features like pagination, user authentication with Auth0.js, and newsletter subscription using an API endpoint built on Webtask.io.