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vx is collection of reusable low-level visualization components. vx combines the power of d3 to generate your visualization with the benefits of react for updating the DOM.
The purpose of this series is to walk through creating a small component library so you can learn how to build your own.
Recompose by Andrew Clark has really changed the way my team and I develop React components. If you haven’t used this library, it provides an assortment of higher order components giving the engineer a very “lodash” like developer-experience.
React custom rendering where side effects are communication with X11 server. The goal is to create a simple library where you would apply your React or React Native like experience to build small GUI programs to run in X Window environment (usually linux desktop, but I personally more often code under osx + XQuattz)
I was asked to answer a Quora question about a simple TODOs example, and I thought a detailed explanation for it would be helpful to any one starting to learn React.