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In the next release of Anahita we are rebuilding the UIs in #ReactJS and #MaterialUI. The php back-end will be mostly providing Restful APIs and will only be rendering pages with SEO value, otherwise Anahita will be mostly rendering as a single page app #SAP for the logged in users. If you want to start learning the technologies that we will be using here are some resources that I've studied:

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We've reached a milestone with the Anahita React app. All the basic People and Actors operations are working now. These are the BREAD operations as well as follow/unfollow, block/unblock, login, logout, signup, and password reset. This took a while, because we had to research and experiment with different design patterns. This sets the path for the upcoming features. The code is still wet. For ...

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Implementing comments was a bit challenging and yet quite fun. This is the first iteration of comments with inline editing and actions. #Anahita #ReactJS #ReduxJS #MaterialUI #Comments
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  • October 20 2018
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InfiniteScroll is working as well as PersonPage container and components at the basic level. #ReactJS #MaterialUI
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  • November 26 2017
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  • September 16 2017
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  • December 02 2017
Anahita Locations - Browse View, now with addresses #ReactJS #MaterialUI
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This is not the final look. We can only login/logout, browse people, and follow/unfollow them at this point. As we build more of the basic containers and components the pace accelerates. This is so much fun! #ReactJS #MaterialUI
Implementing Actor's settings. For now it is only the actors info until all the people's basic operations are done. The idea is to come up with all the design patterns that we need for data and actions. Building user interfaces in #MaterialUi is quite fun.
Today and tomorrow is focused on refactoring Anahita codebase and removing some legacy nooku code, studying mobile first ui patterns, implementing #MaterialUI snack bars, and studying whether we should use objects instead of arrays in our redux reducers. #Anahita
Spruced up media cards and added actions #Anahita #Hackathon #ReactJS #MaterialUI
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  • September 23 2017

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