Issue 29
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.
Meteor
Announcing Meteor 1.5.1 🎉
Easier bundle visualization, server-side rendering and Node.js security updates.

Meteor logging quickstart
A roundup of the state of logging for Meteor apps.

Big new feature in VulcanJS 1.7
New features include Card and Datatable components in VulcanJS, a full-stack React+GraphQL framework.
React
Vue Support, Story Hierarchy, RN On-Device UI, & more! Storybook is the best way to develop modern component-based UI’s in React, React Native, and now Vue.

Ring UI: library with over 50+ React components is now open sourced.

Glamorous is a way to make maintainable CSS with React by . Glamorous v4 includes new features and performance enhancements.

Opinionated approach to selecting libraries to building sophisticated React applications.

Interesting look at catching exceptions in React 16.

Explore how bad programming practices can lead to exploitable security vulnerabilities.

An overview of the technology that powers React VR and the similarities between React, React Native, and React VR.

Demonstrates how to build a great search UI using ReactiveSearch, along with lots of CodePens.

Stay updated by exploring the innovations.

10 useful tips when working with Redux.

Really cool look at animation in React Native.
Graphql
Learn how to build a simple rotten tomatoes clone using GraphQL and adding authentication to it with Auth0.

The main issues you’ll face developing a GraphQL API.

How to build a reasonably powerful offline solution using React and a GraphQL data layer powered by Apollo Client.

Tom Ashworth, former team lead on TweetDeck and engineer at Twitter, will look at architecting a GraphQL service for safety from the start.

An interesting look at the questions being made when considering either Relay Modern or Apollo.

Introducing we have developed graphql-config - a unified way to configure GraphQL projects, and a new command-line tool to improve your local GraphQL development workflow: graphql-cli.

The basics for setting up a hot-reloadable GraphQL API with Express and Apollo Server.
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