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  1. Flux, Redux, and React Hot Loader with Dan Abramov | Software Engineering Daily

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    Flux’s one way data flow solves several problems of MVC, but its complexity can be reduced in some cases.

    Redux is a predictable state container for JavaScript to use with React or any other view library.

    Dan Abramov currently works full time on Redux, React Hot Loader, and React Transform.

    Questions

    How does Redux compare to Flux?

    How does Flux differ from MVC?

    How did Erlang and Elm inspire your work?

    Why is React closely associated with functional programming techniques?

    Links

    Redux

    React Hot Loader

    React Transform

    Dan Abramov Patreon

    http://softwareengineeringdaily.com/2015/09/18/flux-redux-and-react-hot-loader-with-dan-abramov/

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  2. DevChat.TV

    02:25 - Dan Abramov Introduction

    Twitter

    GitHub

    Dan Abramov: Live React: Hot Reloading with Time Travel @ react-europe 2015

    02:43 - Dan’s Background and Journey Into Building Stuff with React

    Visual Basic

    05:48 - redux and React    

    10:07- The Elm Programming Language

    12:19 - Reducers

    14:04 - Hot Reloading

    17:50 - “React makes you a better JavaScript developer.”

    22:10 - Time Travel

    28:26 - Storing Data and Managing State

    Interacting with the browser on CircleCI’s VM

    34:43 - [Patreon] Support Dan Abramov Creating Redux and React Hot Loader

    36:24 - react-transform

    react-proxy

    babel-plugin-react-transform

    react-transform-catch-errors

    41:34 - Using redux outside React

    43:52 - Editors and Programmer Productivity

    45:35 - Future Plans

    https://devchat.tv/js-jabber/179-jsj-redux-and-react-with-dan-abramov

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  3. Flux, Redux, and React Hot Loader with Dan Abramov | Software Engineering Daily

    http://traffic.libsyn.com/sedaily/dan_abramov.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download

    Flux’s one way data flow solves several problems of MVC, but its complexity can be reduced in some cases.

    Redux is a predictable state container for JavaScript to use with React or any other view library.

    Dan Abramov currently works full time on Redux, React Hot Loader, and React Transform.

    Questions

    How does Redux compare to Flux?

    How does Flux differ from MVC?

    How did Erlang and Elm inspire your work?

    Why is React closely associated with functional programming techniques?

    Links

    Redux

    React Hot Loader

    React Transform

    Dan Abramov Patreon

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    https://softwareengineeringdaily.com/2015/09/18/flux-redux-and-react-hot-loader-with-dan-abramov/

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  4. The Changelog #187: Redux, React, and Functional JavaScript with Dan Abramov |> News and podcasts for developers |> Changelog

    Dan Abramov, creator of Redux, joined the show to talk about his path to becoming a programmer, his introduction to open source, React, JavaScript, functional programming in JavaScript, his thoughts on looking outside of your bubble to other ecosystems and borrowing/sharing what you can.

    https://changelog.com/podcast/187

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  5. Using React with WordPress — Draft podcast | Post Status

    Post Status Draft is a podcast about WordPress news and events hosted by Brian Krogsgard and Joe Hoyle. This week we discuss plugin and theme language packs, Trac gardening, and using React for WordPress.

    Welcome to the Post Status Draft podcast, which you can find on iTunes and via RSS for your favorite podcatcher. Brian and his co-host, Joe Hoyle, a co-founder and the CTO of Human Made, discuss some of today’s hottest, current WordPress news.

    Listen now:

    https://audio.simplecast.fm/16368.mp3Direct download

    Stories discussed:

    Language packs background and details (members only)

    Plugin translation details

    WordPress.org sub-site for translations of WordPress, plugins, and themes

    Trac gardening

    ReactJS

    React Europe talks

    Redux framework

    Web Pack

    USTwo site in React with a WordPress backend

    Loopconf talk on React and Flux

    Nomadbase React app

    React and the WP API for a native app

    A Day of Rest: a WordPress REST API conference

    Details for A Day of REST

     

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    https://poststatus.com/using-react-with-wordpress-draft-podcast/

    —Huffduffed by mwrather

  6. Michael Jackson and Ryan Florence explain that React.js really changes how we think about building web and mobile apps | CodeWinds

    Jeff is joined by Michael Jackson and Ryan Florence to discuss what makes the technology and innovations coming from the React.js community really special.

    http://codewinds.com/podcast/015.html

    —Huffduffed by agileone

  7. Facebook React with Dan Abramov - Software Engineering Daily

    React is a set of open source tools for building user interfaces. React was open sourced by Facebook, and includes libraries for creating interfaces on the web (ReactJS) and on mobile devices (React Native). React was released during a time when there was not a dominant frontend JavaScript library. Backbone, Angular, and other JavaScript frameworks

    https://softwareengineeringdaily.com/2019/05/16/facebook-react-with-dan-abramov/

    —Huffduffed by jrsinclair

  8. Pete Hunt, Software Engineer for Facebook, discussing Facebook’s open source js UI framework, React | CodeWinds

    Jeff interviews Pete Hunt, Software Engineer for Facebook, on the history and design of Facebook’s React web UI framework for javascript and Node.js

    http://codewinds.com/podcast/004.html

    —Huffduffed by tgecho

  9. How the NFL Scored a User-Interface Touchdown with React and Node.js - The New Stack

    The National Football League is one of the largest organizations making use of the Node.js server-side JavaScript runtime today. On this newest episode of The New Stack Makers podcast, we spoke with NFL Software Engineer James Hush how React and Node.js have shaped the company as well as about the NFL’s open-source “opinionated” React platform Wildcat. The interview was held at Node.js Interactive 2016 and conducted by TNS founder Alex Williams and TNS contributor Darryl Taft.

    The NFL Engineering team’s first foray with the React was creating a proof of concept for the NFL PlayStation 4 application. Hush noted that after realizing how simple the process was to complete, the team then, “Went all in and bet on React in the last two years, and it’s paid off immensely.”

    “One of the big features we’re really liking about React is the ability to render on the server,” Hush said. “That’s what we’re using Node.js, for is we can render react on the server, and then send the web browser everything already pre-rendered.”

    When asked if the company would still choose React today when faced with technology such as Angular 2, Hush did not hesitate to answer that the NFL’s choice would still be React. The company does use the Angular.js framework Protractor for end-to-end testing, “One of the big things we’ve focused on is automated testing, specifically using Protractor, which allows you to write selenium tests with JavaScript. We have a series of automated UI tests that check every page and button, even when you resize a page to mobile. Every time we change even one line of code, we run these tests on 20 different machines in parallel,” said Hush, adding, “We haven’t had a single killer issue on the site during game days whatsoever this year.”

    http://thenewstack.io/nfl-scored-touchdown-open-source-react-framework-wildcat/

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  10. Redux: Simplifying Application State in JavaScript

    Tim Griesser

    As JavaScript applications increase in complexity, consistent patterns for managing state becomes considerably more important, and difficult to achieve without good patterns.

    Redux is a library which provides a "Predictable state container for JavaScript apps". Utilizing proven patterns from more functional languages, Redux is a framework agnostic library which combines convention with functional approaches. In this talk we will take a look at Redux, Redux middleware, and how it can be used to track data flow and state changing over time, producing applications which are easier to develop and debug.

    We will also take a look at some of the similarities and differences of Redux vs. other libraries, frameworks, and tradeoffs that exist compared to existing approaches to solving these problems.

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