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25 April 2015
The first release of significance since it was open sourced.
Relay is a new framework for building data-driven apps with React, and this article covers the basic concepts of building a Facebook news feed with it.
The most notable new feature is support for ES6 classes.
Hopes to be the only RC before the final.
Automatically finds tests to execute and automatically mocks dependencies for you.
The first ever React.js Conf appears to have been a success and you can enjoy 20 of the talks here in video form.
From O’Reilly Fluent 2014.
A pretty good summary of some of the takeaways to be aware of from the first annual React.js Conference that took place week at Facebook HQ.
A key change is you no longer need to use React.createClass to create React components and can instead use ES6 classes.
If you haven’t quite understood Facebook’s Flux architecture yet, this is a great article for getting up to speed complete with diagrams and examples.
A beginner-oriented tutorial on using Facebook’s React library and its XML-like JSX syntax for templates and output.
Flux is the application architecture that Facebook uses to build web applications with React, and this is a look at how to do formal unit testing of Flux applications with Jest, Facebook’s auto-mocking testing framework.
Flux is the application architecture that Facebook uses for building client-side webapps which eschews MVC in favor of a unidirectional data flow.
A simple, token-based authentication module for Angular with built-in support for Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter’s OAuth providers, plus e-mail/password sign-in method.