Posts Tagged ‘react’

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  1. 17 Jul, 2019

    Frontend Design, React, and a Bridge over the Great Divide

    Frontend designers create the HTML, CSS, and presentational JavaScript code that powers web products’ user interfaces. I see frontend design as helpful mortar that bridges the gap between design and development. Of course “frontend designer” may or may not be […]

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  2. 02 Jul, 2019

    Why Did I Have Difficulty Learning React?

    I’m glad I’m not the only one. A longtime hero of mine in this field, Jonathan Snook, shares his struggles  learning React. He highlights a few reasons why he struggled to get his head around it: For me, I think […]

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  3. 29 Mar, 2019

    Enforcing Accessibility Best Practices with Automatically-Generated IDs

    One of the best things about design systems is you can create components that have design, development, accessibility, responsive, performance, etc best practices baked right into them. By taking care of the boring stuff, users of the design system don’t […]

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  4. 20 Jan, 2019

    Composing Components

    Good case study for building out a React-powered design system.

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  5. 02 Nov, 2018

    Enforcing Accessibility Best Practices with Component PropTypes

     I’m diving into React a lot more, and I’m specifically focused on making rock-solid, dumb presentational components that can be ingested by other applications. Part of making these components rock-solid is providing some definition and guardrails for the props […]

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  6. 23 Oct, 2018

    Chill Out and Listen with Brad Frost

    I had a great time talking with Chantastic on the React Podcast. Chantastic asks him about his recent experience learning React and the difficulty he found entering the realm of React. They talk about team communication, developing portable solutions, organizational therapy […]

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  7. 22 Oct, 2018

    I have resigned as the WordPress accessibility team lead. Here is why.

    The accessibility team lead of WordPress has resigned. In her post, Rian Rietveld explains some of the problems the accessibility team encountered as they tried to make the Gutenberg editor experience more accessible. It sounds like there were a lot of […]

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  8. 29 Aug, 2018

    Thinking About React, Atomically

    React, at its core, follows Atomic Design inherently by encouraging developers to keep components as simple and as broken down as possible. From this simplicity, we can create more complex components and containers of components to create the user interfaces […]

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  9. 13 Jun, 2018

    Style Guide Guide, Gatsby Edition

    We’re happy to announce Style Guide Guide, Gatsby Edition! You can check out the demo here. The workshop and the storefront There are lots of moving parts, tools, and environments involved in making a design systems take shape. We’ve found […]

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  10. 11 Jun, 2018

    Vue.js or React ? Which you would chose and why?

    This response to the question “Vue.js or React” is interesting and thoughtful.

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  11. 07 Jun, 2018

    Presentational and Container Components

    Dan Abramov talks about a convention for structuring React components, which resonates with me very much. I talked about how I tend to be frustrated with a lot of the React demos, projects, and boilerplates I come across: In a […]

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  12. 01 Jun, 2018

    React.js Introduction For People Who Know Just Enough jQuery To Get By

    Related to Sarah’s post about migrating from jQuery to Vue, there was a great post a while ago about migrating from jQuery to React.

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  13. 01 Jun, 2018

    Replacing jQuery With Vue.js: No Build Step Necessary

    I absolutely love this article by Sarah Drasner about replacing jQuery with Vue.js. We need more articles like this. “Here’s how to replace the once-new hotness with the new hotness.” I’ve been neck-deep in React-land for a while, and I’m trying […]

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  14. 29 May, 2018

    Presentational and Container Components

    In my post about struggling to learn React, I talk about how I’ve been frustrated by a lot of examples, tutorials, and projects where presentation code and business logic are all kludged together. I’d love to see projects that feature […]

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  15. 18 May, 2018

    Learning React: Is This ES6 or React?

    I posted about my struggle to learn React, and I talked about how ES6 and React travel together, and it’s hard to untangle things. This post does a good job of dividing what convention belongs to React and what belongs […]

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  16. 16 May, 2018

    Dumb React

    I recently posted about my struggle to learn React. There are a lot of personal reasons for this, which I explain in the post. But I’ve also found it frustrating that many React tutorials, projects, and boilerplates I’ve encountered are […]

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  17. 09 May, 2018

    A response “my Struggle to learn react” – andrewingram – Medium

    Here’s a great response to my My struggle to learn React post from Andrew Ingram. He addresses each point one by one, which I find to be really helpful. Source: A response “my Struggle to learn react” – andrewingram – […]

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  18. 09 May, 2018

    My struggle to learn React

    I’m going to be honest: I’ve had a hell of a time getting my head around React. More than any other technology I’ve touched over the last 10 years of my career, I just haven’t had it click for me. […]

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  19. 01 Jun, 2017

    Embarking on Learning React

    I love this post from Bruce. It’s an acknowledgement that things change, and in order to help others avoid the mistakes of the past you have to know which tools the industry is presently reaching for. I’m also currently in […]

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