React Native EU 2019 Recap
Hello there. I‘m just freshly after my third React Native conference (react-native.eu) and although it was the third time, Callstack (the organizator) is still doing a great job with that.
We are happy to announce that Selleo will be participating in this year’s edition of React Native EU 2019. React Native EU is the first community conference in Europe dedicated solely to React Native and is taking place in Wroclaw, Poland.
In the examples, the testing stack is Jest and Enzyme, but this pattern can be used in any other combination of test runner and renderer. I would like to show you the simple pattern that we are using in Selleo, and how it came to life.
The inlined SVG icons are currently the best way to use icons on the web. If you’re not familiar with that approach or still need convincing, check out this great article on CSS Tricks. But how should we prepare and use the inline SVG icons?
File preview seems to be a common thing, so many developers might think that asking Google would be enough to find a perfect solution for their project, because how such a popular thing like file preview can be so hard to achieve?
With the beginning of new year, questions like ‘is the (insert the right technology here) still good in 2019, should I learn (said technology) in 2019’ etc. arise once again. This article will focus on React, since many people are concerned whether Angular and Vue.js are not overshadowing the Facebook framework.
The most popular approach to testing React components is to use either Mocha+Chai+Enzyme or Jest+Enzyme. In this article, we will describe our React components testing practices with Jest+Enzyme which are also applicable to Mocha+Chai.