The awesome folks at Kadira have made an NPM module that let’s you create React containers and feed data into components. When you are writing React components, a good way of making sure that your components are efficient is by removing as much state as possible and to only pass in the props that are […]Continue reading "React Containers the Kadira Way"
In this article, we are going to explore how we can create applications that can connect two user’s browsers together to share data. This is pretty easy when we have a central server that can act as a central data-store. But we are going to tie a hand behind our back and add a restriction […]Continue reading "Peer to Peer Connections with WebRTC"
If you use React, the you have probably heard of data stores as a means of separating out your data and business logic from your views (or if you haven’t looked into React, you can read our article on how to Think in React). Separating your data from your views is definitely a great step […]Continue reading "Data Stores and React in Meteor"
A React container is a pattern where you split data fetching from the actual React component that will render that data. It was introduced in the React.js Conf 2015, which you can view here: But the main thing to take away is this quote from the presentation: A container actually does data fetching, and then it […]Continue reading "The React Container — Separating Concerns"