Issue 27
HashBang (/hăsh•băng/) Weekly by OK GROW!

Here's a weekly dose of Meteor/GraphQL/React news. Written by Karl Danninger with help from the rest of the team.
Managing forms in a Meteor/React project with the uniforms package
uniforms is a set of React libraries for building forms

Improving App Performance with Meteor APM and Galaxy Pro
A great tut that explains how to take advantage of the new features in Galaxy Pro

A template for understanding how to integrate Meteor with Cloudinary

Benchmark for web rendering frameworks available in Meteor
This benchmark tries to compare various reactive rendering frameworks available in Meteor
Chain React 2017 - Videos
A massive playlist of the talks from Chain React 2017

What's So Great About Redux?
An interesting look at what's really good about Redux, along with some caveats

You Probably Don’t Need Redux
This is your daily reminder to listen to your gut

Updating Your React Native App
Updating React Native is hard. Here are some tips to help with it

React, Facebook, and the Revocable Patent License. Why It’s a Paper 🐯
A good look at patent law, through the lens of React.

Simple Data Visualization with React JS: SVG Line Chart Tutorial
Learn how to build an SVG line chart in React (No 3rd party graphing libraries necessary!)

8 things to learn in React before using Redux
Some things to know before getting into Redux

Redux-First Router data-fetching: solving the 80% use case for async Middleware
A very descriptive case for middleware
Apollo Server 1.0 — A GraphQL Server for all Node.js frameworks
Use GraphQL with Express, Hapi, Koa, Lambda, Micro, Restify, etc

Apollo Optics is now free up to 1 million GraphQL requests a month
Visualize, monitor, and track your GraphQL API with a free tool

Compiled GraphQL as a database query language
An unusual way of compiling GraphQL queries directly into a single, optimized graph database query

Sharing data in a Microservices Architecture using GraphQL
A look at how GraphQL helps bridge the gap between internal microservices

From GraphQL to CSV: the story of API accessibility
An interesting look at exporting GraphQL results into CSV
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