1. A set of React components implementing flexboxgrid with the power of CSS Modules https://github.com/roylee0704/react-flexbox-grid?utm_source=html5weekly&utm_medium=email 2. Grid, Flexbox tutorial https://24ways.org/2015/grid-flexbox-box-alignment-our-new-system-for-layout/ 3. Grid by examples: http://gridbyexample.com/
I've been watching and following a few tutorials about React.js during my free time, mostly for fun and also for work and I thought that I would share the code of the examples, since they are pretty much self-explanatory and might be good examples to bootstrap new projects, i.e.: react-router and reflex examples... It's also easier for me to track changes so here you go, https://github.com/davidlygagnon/react.js-tutorials .
I attended the first day of the conference this year. I didn't take that much notes but here it is in case your interested: Design and Performance by Steve Souders Slides at: http://stevesouders.com/ - May be useful to do prototyping early instead of just getting mock ups from UX - W3C Web timing specs Navigation Timing overall page metrics: performance.timing, now() Resource Timing individual HTTP requests performance.getEntries() User Timing performance.mark, performance.measure - Example about image display time to load add performance.measure in two places and take the max(): one on the image unload attribute and the other one at the bottom of the page. Michael Jackson - React Router dev contributor MustacheJS @reactjstraining reactjs-training.com github.com/rackt -> interesting start to get involved in some open source projects... Checkout: react-art rea
I recently bought a Fitbit scale and spent a few hours trying their APIs. At the same time, I decided to open source the code I wrote. It's basically a Fitbit client library to talk to Fitbit. Github repo of Fitbit-node It's still a work in progress but the library is available as of now. It's not a lot of code and I am using npm package: OAuth. When I get a chance, I'm going to add an example on how to use it.
I hadn't a chance to go to this Conference. It was at FB headquarters. Instead, I watched a few videos of the conference they posted online: http://conf.reactjs.com/schedule.html The keynote is pretty interesting. Tom Occhino talks about the history of React and how it was first introduced.