#ReactJS

Nick Swinford

Nick Swinford

What do we want to see in Anahita 4.4

@Rastin, one of the main concerns I keep coming back to when I'm thinking about this is overriding views. One of the great parts of Anahita is the ability to override layouts and templates easily. How will that work when we're rendering everything in the frontend? If we go with #ReactJS, I'd imagine we'd build with Webpack, could we provide some option to override the default Anahita React C...
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Our focus is shifted on research and prototyping for the 4.4 release. If you know any technologies or articles about #ReactJS #VueJS #Flux #MaterialDesign #MobileFirst and #ProgressiveWebApps please share and tag.
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  • April 26 2016
I really like #ReactJS we've just finished building a #mobile app using React and #Cordova
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  • March 18 2016
A Set of #ReactJS Components that Implement Google's #MaterialDesign http://www.material-ui.com/
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#JQuery isn't the right tool for building application interfaces. We need a framework that provides 2 way binding. After this release, we will seriously look into #ReactJS and #AngularJS. Yes I know about the opposite nature of them.
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What do we want to see in Anahita 4.4

Blossoms in WestEnd

The focus of #Anahita 4.3 was to completely remove Joomla from Anahita. The focus of next release will be #MobileFirst and developing a client server architecture where all the UI layouts and elements are generated in the browser using Javascript while the server side php becomes mostly an API.

This article describes the ideal scenarios that we are aiming to achieve.

Designing for Mobile First

The...

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  • September 06 2016
A React-like user interface micro-library http://riotjs.com #riotjs #reactjs
Nick Swinford

Nick Swinford

I'd prefer #ReactJS over #AngularJS. Maybe web components (http://webcomponents.org/) would be best though. Its just a polyfill right now and as the standard gets solidified and implemented in the browsers we won't even need the polyfill. That way we won't be tied to one js framework over the other. There's plenty of web components out there already like the time component (https://github.com/g...
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