TypeScript – Is It Worth Using?

Freyja Spaven (DZone/Web Dev Zone), 2016-06-29
JavaScript better. In this article, I’ll look at how Angular 2 works with TypeScript.
I’ve always had an issue with JavaScript transpilers and offshoots that promise to make JavaScript better. In this article, I’ll look at how Angular 2 works with TypeScript.

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openElement 1.56

openElement is a platform that will assist you in piloting your website. This web editing, designing and management platform will allow you to efficiently manage your websites by using the simple yet powerful intuitive editor. By using this editor and developer you can easily generate the SEO ready and W3C compliant website whatever the programming language mode is. This web editor is going to deliver you the total control over…

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React: A JavaScript library for building user interfaces.

Why React?
React is a JavaScript library for creating user interfaces by Facebook and Instagram. Many people choose to think of React as the V in MVC.
They built React to solve one problem: building large applications with data that changes over time.

Simply express how your app should look at any given point in time, and React will automatically manage all UI updates when your underlying data changes.
When the data changes, React conceptually hits the “refresh” button, and knows to only update the changed parts.
-Build Composable Components
React is all about building reusable components. In fact, with React the only thing you do is build components. Since they’re so encapsulated, components make code reuse, testing, and separation of concerns easy.
-Give It Five Minutes
React challenges a lot of conventional wisdom, and at first glance some of the ideas may seem crazy. Give it five minutes while reading this guide; those crazy ideas have worked for building thousands of components both inside and outside of Facebook and Instagram

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Fluxxor: What is Flux?

Flux is an architecture for creating data layers in JavaScript applications. It was designed at Facebook along with the React view library. It places a focus on creating explicit and understandable update paths for your application’s data, which makes tracing changes during development simpler and makes bugs easier to track down and fix.
Fluxxor is an implementation of the flux architecture pattern.

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Flux Pattern

Flux is the application architecture that Facebook uses for building client-side web applications. It complements React’s composable view components by utilizing a unidirectional data flow. It’s more of a pattern rather than a formal framework, and you can start using Flux immediately without a lot of new code.

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