In this post I will show how to build a scalable React dev environment using Bazel as the build tool.
I have created a simple demo where I show how to use Bazel to build a full stack application written in React and Java. This is just a simple POC, but it illustrates the concept of using Bazel as the single build tool in a mixed programming language envrionment.
In this post I will show how to do a simple implementation of the Merge Sort in React.
In this post I will show how to create a type to search filter using React and RxJs.
In this post I will show how to use React Router 4 to add routing to a React application.
In this post I will show how to use RxJs to implement pub sub in React components.
In a previous post I showed how to use React to create both client side and server side web components. In this post I will demonstrate how to use React Native to create an IOS application.
In this post I will demonstrate how to create a Treeview component using React and Flux.
One of the great things about React is the ability to easily share components between server and browser. In the following post I will demonstrate how to run the same exact React component server side and client side. The server used in this example is NodeJS/Express.
In the following post I will demonstrate how to conditionally render content in a React component.