React Modal Box, is a simple dependency free and customizable React Component to display Modals on your application. Its simple event system allows you to place the modal in the root component of your application, and calling it with the simple mixins, allows you to be flexible.
So you’ve got a progressive web app, complete with a service worker that allows it to work offline. Great! But you’ve also got existing Google Analytics set up for your web app, and you don’t want to miss out on any analytical insights coming from usage that occurs while offline...
Developed by GitHub, Electron is a framework that allows you to leverage your web design skills to build slick, cross-platform desktop apps. In this tutorial, Wern will demonstrate how to combine the power of Electron with React, ES6 and the Soundcloud API to create a stylish music streaming app that will stream your favorite tunes right to your desktop.
You might want to limit the width of a modal, right? Kinda gives it that "modal" look on larger screens. Let's say 600px sounds right. But, you want to make sure it doesn't bust outside of its parent element. For example, avoid causing horizontal scrolling on a mobile screen. How would you do that?
A few months ago Royi published a blog about how they started to move at Bizzabo from Backbone + RequireJS + Handlebars + Grunt to React + Redux + ES2015 + WebPack.There are many things he has learned from his experience but wanted to share the challenges they had, and what they learned during the development and some of their decisions that they made.
One of the most significant benefits of service workers (from a performance perspective, at least) is their ability to proactively control the caching of assets. A web application that can cache all of its necessary resources should load substantially faster for returning visitors. But what do these gains actually look like to real users? And how do you even measure this?
"I am a perfectionist. I know this, I accept it, and it still bites me in the ass. I want my code to be The Perfect Code, unbreakable, like a flawless diamond in a sea of cubic zirconium. I spend entirely too much time trying to cut that diamond from the rock it's buried in. But is The Perfect Code even attainable, or should we just settle for "good enough?" That's the question I've been wrestling with this week."