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Add Built With React

Would it make sense to add builtwithreact.io to this list? Built with React is a list of user interfaces built with React. It’s designed, built, and maintained by the Blimp crew.

Consider separating toolkits from boilerplates

Right now we have things like create-react-app and next.js along with just-another-react-boilerplate. Which aren't the same thing. The former are considered "toolkits" or "frameworks" while the later is just a plain boilerplate.

So things that allows you to create a project and leverage their packages to run, test and build the project without worrying about the underlying packages would fit better in its own category.

A few examples of these:
create-react-app
nwb
next.js
neutrino
razzle
rekit

729 links! Time for organization

The list is great but it has some structural problems that could be fixed.

New React Users

You can't really link new people to this because there's no clear starting place. This could be solved with a curated 'must read' section with 15-25 links. Thinking in react, react-router, the flux primer, one of Pete Hunt's conference talks, etc. The really important stuff when getting into react.

About X in format Y related to Z

This is where things get complicated and a "no" would be understandable. It needs a site where you can filter, which means a little bit of metadata needs to be added for each link. This also lets us add things like the angular/backbone/youtube/github badges on each item to make it easy to identify the X Y and Z in a potentially long list of items.

Metadata:

  • language (js, cljs, coffeescript, typescript, ...)
  • content type[](tutorial, repo, video, component, blog, official, ...)
    • official+video (conference) vs tutorial+video
  • frameworks[](angular, backbone, ...)
  • other?

I'm willing to put in the time for this part.

Technical notes:

Probably yaml files, and autogenerating the readme and site from that.

Can we add container?

Reapop is a React & Redux notifications system.

I opened this issue because i'm not sure if we can add container.

Keep commercial resources but mark them as such.

I saw the recent commit that removed some interesting, yet commercial resources. It would be wonderful if this list included non-free resources but simply marked as such. Or, maybe included in a separate section.

I'm not associated with any commercial projects or books. But I would happily trade dollars for the time savings of a well developed resource.

Thanks for maintaining this list. It's a wonderful resource!

Two travis checks do not pass

Issues :-(
> Links 
  1. [L0522] 404 https://github.com/uNmAnNeR/imaskjs/tree/gh-pages/plugins/react  
  2. [L0988] 404 https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:xFibiodnfmgJ:https://fistfulofbytes.com/graphql-and-g2sd+&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=fr  
> Dupes 
  None ✓

Remove - Learn React by building the Hacker News front page

I've just tried using the tutorial. Unfortunately, the repo has not been maintained (no recent commits + stale PRs) and is no longer a good intro for beginners. A bunch of issues are experienced from the outset due to the syntax not being up-to-date with the most recent release of React.

I would suggest this tutorial is no longer 'awesome'. @enaqx are you ok with me submitting a PR to remove it?

the old articles

hi,
when i read every article from this list,i found there have many articles use the old version of reactjs, however ,it cannot works well with the new version,it's not good for new player to study reactjs!

React/JSX + Typescript is a thing as of Typescript 1.6 btw

Announcement

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/typescript/archive/2015/09/02/announcing-typescript-1-6-beta-react-jsx-better-error-checking-and-more.aspx

One of the key philosophies of TypeScript is to let you write TypeScript anywhere you can develop using JavaScript. While we’ve worked with teams such as Dojo, Aurelia, and Angular to ensure using TypeScript is as easy as using JavaScript, there was still an important library that that presented a difficulty for TypeScript developers: React. This was due to the lack of support for JSX, a popular way of writing DOM and native components in JS. React heavily leverages JSX in everyday code. Unfortunately, the syntax for JSX conflicted with the cast syntax that TypeScript already used.

image

Refactoring JSX members in TypeScript (click to watch animation)

In 1.6, we’ve introduced a new .tsx file extension. This extension does two things: it enables JSX inside of TypeScript files, and it makes the new ‘as’ operator the default way to cast. With this, we’ve added full support for working with React/JSX in TypeScript in a type-safe way.

Details

https://github.com/Microsoft/TypeScript/wiki/JSX

Validate pull requests with Travis

Hello, I wrote a tool that can validate README links (valid URLs, not duplicate). It can be run when someone submits a pull request.

It is currently being used by

Examples

If you are interested, connect this repo to https://travis-ci.org/ and add a .travis.yml file to the project.

See https://github.com/dkhamsing/awesome_bot for options, more information
Feel free to leave a comment 😄

Merge `Awesome React Components` into `Awesome React`

We want to merge https://github.com/brillout/awesome-react-components and https://github.com/enaqx/awesome-react. As mentioned in sindresorhus/awesome#698.

I've reviewed all react libraries of the Component section of the Awesome React list.

https://gist.github.com/brillout/5fa9218b21f4a02067beb41c3ca212f8

50 % will be removed
30 % are already added to Awesome React Components
20 % are going to be added

My review is subjective and anyone is free to object.

@browniefed @enaqx
I've built a Frontend (http://devarchy.com/react-components) that allows anyone to review/vote whether or not a new entry should be added to the list.
No clue if people would actually do the effort of reviewing/voting but maybe it's worth a try? What do you think?

Remove deprecated real app

mozilla/payments-ui is using a much older version of React and is deprecated. It might not be the best example anymore.

Sort by stars?

Possible to make all react components sorted by stars or is that hard?
It is so frustrating trying to find a decent library and sorting by stars makes it easier.

Maybe even sort by number of issues or the last commit.

Add another maintainer?

Should we add another maintainer to this project? There's quite a lot of (aging) pull requests and some of them have great info.

I volunteer to be a maintainer.

One of the things I'd like to do is:

  • have guidelines as to what is appropriate for inclusion so that folks know what to submit
  • give feedback to every open pull request by either a) merging or b) describing why the request wasn't accepted
  • potentially give some sort of ranking / popularity measure to e.g. components to help filter some of the noise

Maintained?

We have PRs dating back to Oct 1 2015 — is this maintained any more?

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