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Best Practices for building JavaScript applications with React and MobX (Part 2 of 3)

In the first part of this series, we explored two best practices with JavaScript: declaring variables and immutable programming with objects. Next, the series will transition to some best practices with React. These best practices will focus on working with …

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Best Practices for Building JavaScript Applications with React and MobX (Part 1 of 3)

Introduction When building applications, there are many ways of solving any problem. Mastering a toolset is more than getting it to work, it’s about getting it to work correctly. Many times, while I am teaching classes and eagerly helping students …

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State Management: MobX versus Redux

MobX is yet another entry into the state management space for user interface (UI) applications. Its biggest competitor is Redux (especially in the React space), and to a more limited extent, the numerous other Flux variants, and many other non-Flux …

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Two-Way Data Binding: Angular 2 and React

Two-way data binding is a pattern which many developers either love or hate. When asked, many developers choose Angular 1 or 2 because of two-way data binding. However, many other developers choose to use React (or something else) specifically because …

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Component-driven Development with Angular 1 and Angular 2 (Part 2 of 2)

In the first part of this two-part series, the future of web development with web components in Angular 1 and Angular 2 was related. We also explored the specifics of creating components and customizing component user interfaces using Angular 1 …

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Component-driven Development with Angular 1 and Angular 2 (Part 1 of 2)

The prospect of Web Components is the gleeful hope of web developers for the future of their craft. Simply, Web Components are self-contained, reusable, distributable HTML elements that can be isolated from the surrounding page and are packed full of …

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JavaScript ES2015 Classes and Properties (Part 2 of 2)

Classes, Objects and Properties In the previous post, JavaScript ES2015 Classes and Prototype Inheritance (Part 1 of 2), we explored the new class syntax and the many intricacies of prototype inheritance. In this post, we will continue to explore properties …

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JavaScript ES2015 Classes and Prototype Inheritance (Part 1 of 2)

What is JavaScript ES2015? With the finalizing of the ECMA Script 2015 (ES2015) specification in June of last year, the JavaScript community can move towards the implementation of ES2015 in the many JavaScript engines in the marketplace.  ES2015 was formerly …

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Web Page File Uploads: Web Sockets (Part 3 of 3)

This final blog post on file uploads focuses on web sockets, the latest approach to browser/server communication. Part 1 of this series reviewed the history of file uploads including the original specifications, as well as the client-side code to upload …

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Web Page File Uploads: AJAX (Part 2 of 3)

In the previous post, we examined the history and the technical details of HTTP-based file uploads using web browsers. In this post, we explore two modern file upload methods: AJAX and Web Sockets. Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) is powered …

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