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

In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, we discussed best practices for JavaScript and how to properly work with data and React components. In this post, we will explore best practices for React component trees and managing application …

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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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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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The Real Benefits of the Virtual DOM in React.js

There’s some confusion and misunderstanding over what benefits the use of a Virtual DOM in React.js provides. We’ve all heard that updating the Document Object Model (DOM) directly is inefficient and slow. However, few of us actually have the data …

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Web Components: Angular, Polymer and React

Component-based techniques are emerging as the dominant approach for client-side web development. However, component-based development is not a new concept. Going back to the days of COM, CORBA, and even the server-side components of ASP.NET Web Forms and JavaServer Pages, …

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