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Reactive UI’s with VanillaJS – Part 2: Class Based Components

By seorocket / 7 days ago

In Part 1, I went over various functional-style techniques for cleanly rendering HTML given some JavaScript data. We broke our UI up into component functions, each of which returned a chunk of markup as a function of some data. We then composed these into views that could be reconstructed from new data by making a […]


An intro to web components with otters

By seorocket / a couple of weeks ago

Monica Dinculescu on web components and why we might care: … before web components came around, you had to wait on all browsers to agree on a new element (like, a date picker). And even after they agreed on a new element, it took them yeaaaaars to implement it… With web components, web developers get […]


Intro to Firebase and React

By seorocket / 3 weeks ago

Let’s take a look at building something using Firebase and React. We’ll be building something called Fun Food Friends, a web application for planning your next potluck, which hopefully feels like something rather “real world”, in that you can imagine using these technologies in your own production projects. The big idea in this app is […]


React Forms: Using Refs

By seorocket / last month

React provides two standard ways to grab values from <form> elements. The first method is to implement what are called controlled components (see my blog post on the topic) and the second is to use React’s ref property. Controlled components are heavy duty. The defining characteristic of a controlled component is the displayed value is […]

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