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On React and WordPress | Matt Mullenweg

by srcmax & 1 other
That post won't be published, and instead I'm here to say that the Gutenberg team is going to take a step back and rewrite Gutenberg using a different library. It will likely delay Gutenberg at least a few weeks, and may push the release into next year.

GitHub - WordPress/gutenberg: Printing since 1440. Development hub for the editor focus in core.

by srcmax
This is our kickoff goal: The editor will endeavour to create a new page and post building experience that makes writing rich posts effortless, and has “blocks” to make it easy what today might take shortcodes, custom HTML, or “mystery meat” embed discovery. — Matt Mullenweg


ZEIT – Next.js

by srcmax
We're very proud to open-source Next.js, a small framework for server-rendered universal JavaScript webapps, built on top of React, Webpack and Babel, which powers this very site!

Convert Css to React Style JSON by staxmanade

by srcmax
This simple little tool is intended to help translate plain CSS into the React in-line style specific JSON representation.


App Isomorphic: la Single Page App parfaite ? – TechM6Web

by srcmax
Les Frameworks type AngularJs et EmberJs tiennent le haut du panier et ont largement fait leurs preuves, mais ils continuent à échouer sur deux sujets pourtant primordiaux dans beaucoup de cas : La performance (dont le rendu initial) Le référencement

Développez une application isomorphique avec ReactJS et Flux - Devmag

by Krome
Développez une application isomorphique avec ReactJS et Flux

Aerotwist - React + Performance = ?

by manu
React is very popular at the moment, and I can see why: its developer ergonomics are very attractive. JSX and vDOM are really nice to work with, and it certainly enables composability. But, being the performance-minded person that I am, I wanted to test the claims that it's default-fast.

Tyler McGinnis » React.js Tutorial Pt 2: Building React Applications with Gulp and Browserify.

by encore_lui (via)
ve used npm before, this is pretty straight forward. If you haven’t, we practically just did witchcraft. All we did was tell npm to go and download each of those packages and save them into our node_modules folder (which was created for us) and add them to our package.json file as a developer dependency. Now if you check out the node_modules folder, it should be full of the packages above. What we can do now is in

Flipboard/react-canvas · GitHub

by srcmax
React Canvas adds the ability for React components to render to canvas rather than DOM.


ReactOS Homepage - Frontpage

by lukeslytalker & 4 others
ReactOS® is an advanced free open source operating system providing a ground-up implementation of a Microsoft Windows® XP compatible operating system. ReactOS aims to achieve complete binary compatibility with both applications and device drivers mean..


House Report on Katrina Faults Government Officials -

by zboog
Federal, state and local officials all failed to anticipate the devastation threatened by Hurricane Katrina and then were slow to react when the storm overwhelmed New Orleans levees, said a draft report by a special House committee investigating Katrina.

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