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Airbnb Coding Style / Higher-Order Components in React
Hello folks! This month Ivan Lim will introduce us to the Airbnb JavaScript Coding Style, by playing a game with us. Then, Matt Marberry will teach us about Higher-Order Components in React. 1. The Airbnb JavaScript Style Game Airbnb JavaScript Style Guide: A mostly reasonable approach to JavaScript. “Indeed, the ratio of time spent reading versus writing is well over 10 to 1. We are constantly reading old code as part of the effort to write new code. ...[Therefore,] making it easy to read makes it easier to write.” ― Robert C. Martin, Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship. Ivan Lim started his programming journey on his Apple II+ more than 35 years ago. Now he mainly works with Laravel, Vue, SQL and Docker. Aside from hammering on the keyboard, he enjoys a heart thumping round of boardgame or a stress releasing bout of badminton. 2. Higher-Order Components in React Why use Higher-Order Components (HoC)? They help you code smarter, not harder. First we'll cover the most widely used HoC - the connect function from Redux. Then we'll learn how to write our own custom HoC's. Matthew Marberry is a veteran in the hospitality management industry. But he had developed websites on the side for friends and family using HTML/CSS and vanilla JS for years. He made a huge transition and sought out additional education at DigitalCrafts. Since then, his coding capabilities have increased exponentially and now he has developed several fully functional full-stack applications.

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