How To Display API Data Using React.js

How To Display API Data Using React

In this React tutorial, we’ll keep building on the React Form from the last tutorial. Now we want to be able to fetch data from an API and work with that data in a meaningful way. To do this we’ll need to make use of an array to manage state at the top-level of the application in the App component. We’ll then set up a couple of other components and share state with them via the props object.…

A Simple React.js Form Example

A Simple Reactjs Form Example

The prior tutorial introduced us to creating components in React and using state and props with those components. So far, those components have been function based. Now we want to take a look at how to create components in React using the class syntax. In React you can accomplish the same types of things using either Stateful Functions, or using Class Components. Which approach you choose is up to you.…

Introduction To React.js

welcome to react

Well hello web developer world. Starting with this tutorial, we are going to start investigating React.js – a ridiculously popular open source JavaScript library. Before embarking on our React.js journey, it will help to brush up a bit on ES6 and various JavaScript concepts like variables, objects, and arrays. React.js of course uses functions and classes in JavaScript. In addition we’ll be learning about the declarative nature of using React.…

C# Relationships Between Classes

C# Relationships Between Classes

In the last several tutorials we have gone through the process of identifying several classes that would facilitate a basic CRM application. During the identification phase, we determine business entities, create properties, and scope out methods. Next we separate responsibilities with the goals of reducing coupling and making the code simpler. Now we reach the phase for establishing relationships between classes. The relationships define how objects work together to perform the work needed for the application to run.…

C# Classes For A CRM Application

C# Classes For A CRM Application

So far we have been looking at the specifics of how to create a class in C#, then add properties and methods to it. Now we want to add additional classes to the application. This is a customer relationship management type application so we’ll need things like an Order class, a Product class, an OrderItem class, and maybe a few others. In this tutorial we’ll start building out those classes to work with our existing Customer class while paying attention to thins like Coupling, Cohesion, Separation of Concerns, and Design Patterns.…