Month: September 2021

🆕 Update on Flatlogic Web App Generator!

Hey coders! We hasten to share this month’s updates! We’ve added two useful features to the Web Application Generator. In case you haven’t heard… we’ve been hard at work over here launching a web app generator. It is the direct result of more than 7 years of our professional expertise in web development. So now, you

What’s new for React 18?

#​258 — September 29, 2021 Read on the Web React Status ⚛️ Your weekly React news digest, every Wednesday. Generating an Image from a Rendered React Component — Rather than implementing separate logic for downloadable images, why not use this straightforward method of creating a JPG or PNG from the component which has already rendered?

React Chat App: How to Make a Chat Using Socket.io

Table of contents: IntroductionWhat you need to know about React Chat AppsWhy your project needs its own React Chat AppHow to Create Your Own React Chat AppExamples of Well-Made React Chat AppsConclusion Introduction We hope that you will find this article most helpful. And not only because we intend to talk about the theoretical side

How to run third party scripts in a Web Worker

#​557 — September 24, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Partytown: Run Third-Party Scripts from a Web Worker — A clever (though experimental) library to let you relocate third party scripts into a Web Worker, yet the worker can perform synchronous main thread operations on the DOM using a rather clever mechanism.. or, as

How To Use React.js Component Lifecycle Methods

Everything in this universe has a lifecycle. It means everything is constantly changing over time. From the moment you’re born – you start changing – you’re getting older. We divide our life into parts that we call The Stages of Life. Your React.js components are no exception – they too have a lifecycle. They go through

How To Create React.js Components Dynamically

Hold on! This tutorial covers React 15 and is now out of date. The good news is: How To Create Components Dynamically in React 16 is available! One of them most common tasks that we need to know how to do with React.js is to render a list of items dynamically – meaning: we don’t know how many items we’re

How React.js Components Communicate

Can you wrap your head around how components in React.js communicate with each other? Let me help you out. In this tutorial, we’re going to build this application: You can find the full source code in this GitHub repository. Our application is going to render a message with a Love button. When you clicks Love button our heart icon “turns

Radio Buttons in React.js

Hold on! This tutorial covers React 15 and is now out of date. The good news is: Radio Buttons in React 16 is available! How do you use radio buttons in React.js? I agree, it can be confusing at first. Let me explain it to you with a help of a simple example. Here is the application that

React.js and Geocoding

If you ever wondered how to do geocoding with React.js, then this tutorial is for you. Geocoding is the process of converting addresses (like “1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA”) into geographic coordinates.From Google Maps JavaScript API documentation In this tutorial we’re going to build React.js component that implements this application: You can find the full

Electron 15.0 and Node v16.10.0

#​406 — September 23, 2021 Read on the Web Node Weekly The Story of 5 RCEs Found in npm for $15,000 — A security researcher explains some remote code execution vulnerabilities he found in the npm tool and how they added up to $15K in payouts. Few of us need to dig into our tools
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