ShakaCode blog - react

Migrating from Angular to React

Foreword

February 17, 2019Dotby Alexey Karasev
Optimized, Parallelized CircleCI Configuration for ReactOnRails

ReactOnRails + Jest + CodeCov + CircleCi Parallelization

June 21, 2017Dotby Rob Wise
React SVGs

What follows is a quick rundown of how we’re currently handling SVGs at ShakaCode.

May 19, 2017Dotby Rob Wise
Redux Tree

There are two ways of thinking of about UI: in terms of state or in terms of interactions.

March 18, 2017Dotby Alex Fedoseev
A Year of development with Redux. Part III

In the last post of this series, I’ll demonstrate writing UI code as a set of interactions and share how this facilitates integrating Redux and Flow.

February 28, 2017Dotby Alex Fedoseev
React PureComponent Pitfalls

Unnecessary re-renders can slow down your app, especially when rendering large collections where updates to the collection occur frequently. The React docs sometimes refer to these as “wasted” renders.

January 30, 2017Dotby Rob Wise
A Year of development with Redux. Part II

The previous post was about the composition of connected components and performance, but those changes introduced another kind of issues, that was solved by the second insight.

January 20, 2017Dotby Alex Fedoseev
A Year of development with Redux. Part I

I’ve spent the past year working on the primary product of ShakaCode and I’d like to share three biggest insights that I gained during this journey.

January 10, 2017Dotby Alex Fedoseev
Yak Shaving Failing Integration Tests with React and Rails

This Thanksgiving weekend, I decided to a major refresh of the react-webpack-rails-tutorial, including:

November 26, 2016Dotby Justin Gordon
My React on Rails Talk at the LA Ruby/Rails Meetup, November 10, 2016

I want to express my thanks to the organizers, Claudio and Anna, of the LA Ruby/Ruby on Rails Meetup, along with Stack Commerce, for hosting my talk on React on Rails. You can find the original meetup posting here.

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November 18, 2016Dotby Justin Gordon
React on Rails, 2000+ 🌟 Stars

React on Rails is the number one open source integration of React + Webpack + Ruby on Rails. If we take out Webpack from the equation, React on Rails is the number 2 integration solution, second only to reactjs/react-rails, which started 2 years earlier.

October 24, 2016Dotby Justin Gordon
The React on Rails Doctrine

By Justin Gordon, January 24, 2016.

January 24, 2016Dotby Justin Gordon
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