Issue 14
HashBang (/hăsh•băng/) Weekly by OK GROW!

Here's your weekly dose of Meteor/GraphQL/React news. Written by Karl Danninger with help from the rest of the team.
Meteor has been released with version bumps for Node and npm, plus lots of other little changes like the addition of a `Meteor.loggingOut()`  callback.
Dynamically loading React components on-demand with React Loadable.
The Meteor repo now contains instructions and helpful information for developers who are contributing pull-requests (or otherwise making changes) to Meteor Core itself.

React Conf was this week, here are all the videos!
Like CodePen or JSFiddle for React Native.
Share and test React Native code easily on a device or in the browser.
Facebook has announced Create React Native App: a new tool that makes it easier to get started with a React Native project! It’s heavily inspired by the design of Create React App and is the product of a collaboration between Facebook and Expo (formerly Exponent).
React Router v4 takes an entirely new approach to routing and handling URLs in your React applications. It fully embraces the concept of declarative programming and a component based development process.
A 1-day GraphQL training course  by OK GROW! in San Francisco in conjunction with Apollo Day.

Vulcan is a framework that is evolving out of the Telescope project. It takes care of all the most common tasks involved in building new apps: data loading, form handling, user account management, etc., and you can "eject" any time if you need more flexibility.
Control normalized data with a GraphQL-native interface. GraphQL is strongest when it is a unified access point to your organization’s entire data universe: You may have a plethora of micro-services churning away in the background, but your GraphQL consumer doesn’t need to know those details. Instead, they can focus on being productive using your organization’s single, cohesive, data model.
This part 2 of a full-stack tutorial series that will walk you step by step through building an instant messaging app with React and GraphQL.
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