List of resources for ReactJS
Redux is a state management pattern for React (or any view layer, really), which uses a single-store pattern, and lightweight object immutability for fast view updates.
Stock Up aggregates several free stock photography sites into one search engine.
A walkthrough tutorial for creating a REST API service using the LoopBack framework.
LoopBack is a framework for building REST APIs. From StrongLoop, the folks that brought us the express framework.
With a few facts about your camera’s sensor, if you know the size of an object in your photo, you can calculate how far it was from the camera when the photo was taken.
Once upon a time, before the Facebooks and Twitters and Reddits and MySpaces, there was Usenet. And on Usenet, flaming and trolling was an art form. It wasn’t just a bunch of angry, shocking, monkeys on keyboards. Trolls were subtle. Flames were eloquent and surgically precise.
Then in the early 90s, they opened the internet up to the general public, and it became Amateur Hour. Newcomers, with no knowledge of the existing culture, nor the patience to observe and absorb it, saw these writings and mistook them for Righteous Anger. And they got it into their heads that the Way Of The Net was to spout off whatever idiotic thought that crossed your mind, because that person will never be able to get back at me and Free Speech, Murica!
An overview of how ReactJS uses its virtual DOM, diffing, and event delegation to achieve its performance.