Don’t blame the framework: my experience with AngularJS and ReactJS

Don’t blame the framework: Read about @besmaniotto's experience with #AngularJS and #ReactJS

  • what still counts the most for a maintainable project is the developers’ commitment to write good and organized code.’
  • Most things that I complained about in the beginning were either because I was forcing the React way of doing things to Angular code or because I wasn’t experienced enough.
  • React components get data from the store directly and change the state by calling actions: it’s simple, elegant and prevents you from becoming insane.
  • When you meet redux/react together, the data communication between components is crazy simple you never think.
  • For me the main benefit of using these frameworks in a team is that you are all sticking to the same conventions.

Here are the key impacts in the long run of choosing between AngularJS and ReactJS, from a seasoned developer’s perspective.
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Don’t blame the framework: my experience with AngularJS and ReactJS

Don't blame the frameworks! #React vs #AngularJS - Choose your favorite poison.

  • what still counts the most for a maintainable project is the developers’ commitment to write good and organized code.’
  • Most things that I complained about in the beginning were either because I was forcing the React way of doing things to Angular code or because I wasn’t experienced enough.
  • React components get data from the store directly and change the state by calling actions: it’s simple, elegant and prevents you from becoming insane.
  • When you meet redux/react together, the data communication between components is crazy simple you never think.
  • For me the main benefit of using these frameworks in a team is that you are all sticking to the same conventions.

Here are the key impacts in the long run of choosing between AngularJS and ReactJS, from a seasoned developer’s perspective.
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What Should Front End Developers Learn in 2017? – Front End Classroom

What Should Front End Developers Learn in 2017? #javascript #reactjs #angularjs #functional

  • How to Learn Functional Programming in JavaScript is a comprehensive list of free and paid courses on learning functional programming in JavaScript.
  • How to Learn Reactive Programming with RxJS shows you courses where you can get introduced to RxJS, Reactive and Async Programming or learn it more in depth.
  • You’ll find some courses designed for all skill levels and don’t require prior knowledge of any other frameworks.
  • So I wanted to take this opportunity to recap all the posts I have written that also cover each of Eric’s topics to learn in 2017.
  • Courses in the track include Node.js, Express, Angular and the MEAN stack, which is MongoDB, Express, Angular and Node.

JavaScript teacher and author Eric Elliott wrote a blog post last month called “Top JavaScript Frameworks & Topics to Learn in 2017“. In his post, Eric gives you a high level overview of what a front end developer should know or start learning in 2017. The goal of this is to help you sort through any confusion by just giving you the main topics you should focus on.
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Don’t blame the framework: my experience with AngularJS and ReactJS

  • what still counts the most for a maintainable project is the developers’ commitment to write good and organized code.’
  • Most things that I complained about in the beginning were either because I was forcing the React way of doing things to Angular code or because I wasn’t experienced enough.
  • React components get data from the store directly and change the state by calling actions: it’s simple, elegant and prevents you from becoming insane.
  • When you meet redux/react together, the data communication between components is crazy simple you never think.
  • For me the main benefit of using these frameworks in a team is that you are all sticking to the same conventions.

Here are the key impacts in the long run of choosing between AngularJS and ReactJS, from a seasoned developer’s perspective.
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Top JavaScript Frameworks & Topics to Learn in 2017 – JavaScript Scene

Top #JavaScript Frameworks & Topics to Learn in 2017:  by @_ericelliott #ReactJS #Angularjs

  • For more on React & Flux architecture, read “The Best Way to Learn to Code is to Code: Learn App Architecture by Building Apps” .
  • Reducers are important for more than just arrays, and learning new ways of working with Reducers is valuable all by itself.
  • Using any changes to the data, the process repeats at 1.
  • Progressive Web Applications (PWAs): See “Native Apps are Doomed” & “Why Native Apps Really Are Doomed”
  • I recommend learning React, but I consider Angular 2 strictly optional* .

The popularity of JavaScript has led to a very vibrant ecosystem of technologies, frameworks, and libraries. Along with all the amazing diversity and energy in the ecosystem comes a high degree of…
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ISKPRO: AngularJS Vs ReactJS

  • Angular enjoys much better support as compared to React.
  • The number of JS tools for quick single-page application development is on a rise.
  • Choosing the most appropriate technology for your project has become all the more challenging for businesses and developers alike.
  • While AngularJS is maintained by Google, ReactJS is taken care of by Facebook.
  • Apart from this, there are many other solutions that React JS is sure to support.

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