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Why to use Rx with React?

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At first sight RxJS is blown up lodash but for dealing also with async. In reality it’s so much more than that. With a few simple operators you can implement Redux-like state machine, schedule animation or deal with any type of events no matter whether it’s WebSocket message or filling in the text input. Angular 2 is armed with RxJS out of the box but how about its great competitor?We at Linkites like React so much not only for what it is but also for that what you can make of it. we’ve(Linkites) been asked couple times by our clients how to integrate RxJS into an existing app. Reactive state Redux does the job and it’s way simpler than its precursor. In real live app written with Flux has many stores but it leads to unnecessary complexity and managing state dependencies. Redux with single store gained popularity really quickly. How…

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Building Mobile Apps With Ionic 2( ionic 1 vs ionic 2 performance)

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Building mobile apps with ionic 2 (ionic 1 vs ionic 2 performance) The Ionic project is rapidly gaining in popularity. With more than 27,000 stars on GitHub, it has risen to become one of the top 50 most popular open source projects worldwide. And Team Linkites working with Ionic 1 & Ionic 2. for more information click here –>>Building mobile apps with ionic 2 (ionic 1 vs ionic 2 performance) And since the stable version of Ionic 2 was recently announced, it’s the perfect time for engineers to analyze and understand the differences between Ionic 2 and Ionic 1. At a high level, Ionic 2 is a complete rewrite of the Ionic 1 project with Angular >= 2.x. From my 2+ years of experience using Ionic 1, here’s what this will mean in practical terms. Boosted Change Detection Performance Ionic 1 is based on Angular 1.x, and Ionic 2 is based on…

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A Truce in the HTML CSS vs. Native War Linkites

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For many years, mobile app developers have had to make a uniquely difficult choice: Do I develop my apps using the native tools from Apple or Google, or do I build my app using some sort of cross-platform solution? It’s widely accepted that native tools are needed for developers to create the best user experience. They produce faster, neater apps that look and behave the way users expect for each platform.The downside is that those tools are quite hard to learn and time-consuming to use, especially compared to tools used to build web sites. Native tools are also based on completely incompatible programming languages, meaning an app needs to be developed twice or more to run on iOS, Android and other platforms. This is an obvious cost-driver and major pain for the entire industry. Cross-platform solutions, on the other hand, have mostly been based on web technologies such as HTML,…

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Why to use ReactiveX (RxJS) ?

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  One question you may ask yourself, is why RxJS? What about Promises? Promises are good for solving asynchronous operations such as querying a service with an XMLHttpRequest, where the expected behavior is one value and then completion. The Reactive Extensions for JavaScript unifies both the world of Promises, callbacks as well as evented data such as DOM Input, Web Workers, Web Sockets. Once we have unified these concepts, this enables rich composition. What is ReactiveX ? ReactiveX is a library for composing asynchronous and event-based programs by using observable sequences. It extends the observer pattern to support sequences of data and/or events and adds operators that allow you to compose sequences together declaratively while abstracting away concerns about things like low-level threading, synchronization, thread-safety, concurrent data structures, and non-blocking I/O.   It is sometimes called “functional reactive programming” but this is a misnomer. ReactiveX may be functional, and it…

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React over AngularJS?

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  AngularJS and ReactJS have several different aspects: Componentization: AngularJS is based on the three layers — Model, View, Controller, and provides many standard services, factories, controllers, and directives. We divide app code into several files and can reuse template or component in a different part of the website. ReactJS helps us update the View for the user and, with Flux, can control the application workflow. React offers freedom, but it comes at the cost of additional time spent designing the structure of an application. Data Binding: Angular uses two-way data binding, it helps us write less boilerplate code to create interactions between components (the View and the Model). But Angular automatically creates a watcher for each binding and we may come to a point when an app is packed with too many watchers for bound elements. React uses one-way data binding and an application architecture called Flux controls the…

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Why Linkites for building Mobile Apps using JS and react ?

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Build Native Mobile Apps using JavaScript and React with Linkites . React Native lets you build mobile apps using only JavaScript. It uses the same design as React, letting you compose a rich mobile UI from declarative components. Linkites is best in delivering react /react native apps using rest APIs. import React, { Component } from ‘react’; import { Text, View } from ‘react-native’; class Why to use Linkites for react and JS mobile building extends Component { render() { return ( If you like React on the web, you’ll like React Native. You just use native components like ‘View’ and ‘Text’, instead of web components like ‘div’ and ‘span’. ); } } A React Native App is a Real Mobile App With React Native, you don’t build a “mobile web app”, an “HTML5 app”, or a “hybrid app”. You build a real mobile app that’s indistinguishable from an app…

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Can Video Shopping change the eCommerce industry ?

Can Video Shopping change the eCommerce industry ? Many Video platforms even #Facebook, #Youtube, #Instagram and various social media are coming up with Video posting features reflecting the User behavior as Videos are 1000 times more integrative and explanatory than a Static Image. Also, there are many startups coming up in Video shopping #VideoTagging but this Mumbai based startup called #Toch impress me the most in this industry. Toch is an interactive video shopping experience platform to discover celebrities fashion style and movies location on a Touch ! This machine learning and Artificial Intelligence startup just not only allow user to discover information but also help Fashion designers to use their Video Content and convert them in a new #Shoppingexperience using #Videoshopping. Right now #TochVideotagging is available for Android and iPhone users but on their blog they mentioned to open doors for Window and web user too ‘ Mytoch source’…

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Modi’s Bold decision : Indian economy taking a new turn.

In a major step to check black money, Prime Minister  Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced demonetization of Rs 500 and 1000 currency notes with effect from midnight, making these notes invalid in a major assault on black money, fake currency and corruption. Hopefully it will prove to be a big punch on the face of corruption in the country. Share your thought whether the Indian economy be benefited? or the general public would suffer? Likes(3)Dislikes(0)

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Congratulation Donald Trump wishing for the fantastic Presidency!

  Donald Trump won US Election over Mrs. Clinton giving a clear path to the White House. With a sizeable stake in the outcome, India, too, is waiting to see Donald Trump next leader for the American. World is waiting for the change Mr. Modi and Mr. Trump the two aggressive leaders working for biggest economies of the world.  In the run-up to the 2014 polls in India, Modi’s slogan was to bring back ‘Achche Din‘. The Trump campaign slogan is to ‘Make America Great again‘. A good friends can work for better developments of the economy. The correction in Indian market after a Trump win is likely to offer good buying opportunities for investors.  Trump understand business with no experience in politics, As a businessman he realizes the potential of Indian market and has personally invested here so it can be assumed that government led by Trump would be…

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