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    Oxidizer
    @oxidizer
    thanks for the reply @amolbakre_twitter: i got it to work now, not sure what the cause of the problem was.
    Amol
    @amolbakre_twitter
    @oxidizer no worries
    abhishekagrawal1979
    @abhishekagrawal1979
    Morning all. I have just bought the book from https://www.fullstackreact.com/ and have received the link to download the book but i am not able to find the codebase. Can someone please share the instructions. Thanks in advance
    jinbeomhong
    @jinbeomhong
    Errata : "handleUpVote(), this is actually null." -> "handleUpVote(), this is actually undefined." on page 39
    jinbeomhong
    @jinbeomhong
    Errata : "ES Class Fields & Static Properties"'s link https://github.com/tc39/proposal-class-public-fields -> https://github.com/tc39/proposal-class-fields on page 52
    jinbeomhong
    @jinbeomhong
    Errata : "This feature works so well with React that the Facebook team has written about using it internally"'s link was broken on page 53
    jinbeomhong
    @jinbeomhong
    Errata : "@babel/plugin-transform-class-properties" package was renamed to "@babel/plugin-proposal-class-properties". on chapter 1.
    Sean McDonnell
    @SeanFmcdonnell
    what's the best way to debug the weather app, after coming back to it after a few weeks - it's frozen and I feel like San Francisco 19 degrees Celsius is hardcoded?
    can't remember how to connect my VS code to the iOS simulator
    Sean McDonnell
    @SeanFmcdonnell
    nevermind got it
    Ad Rienks
    @kwibus2000
    I am on page 52 of the e-book, r39.pdf, and here it says: open up the file code/jsx/basic/index.html . I searched for the mentioned subdirs, but I can not find any exact match. Which file is ment? Anyone? Thank you for answering.
    It can not be this file: fullstack-react-code/jsx/basic/index.html; because the react source cannot be found.
    Ad Rienks
    @kwibus2000
    @kwibus2000 Okay, false alarm: the links should be changed to "./vendor/react.js" and "./vendor/react-dom.js".
    Daniel Aksenov
    @azmuth94
    anybody run into a series of "error: invalid command 'bdist_wheel'" when initially installing hydra via pip3? I'm using Python 3.6.7, pip 9.0.1, and Ubuntu 18.04.2
    Harsh Rawal
    @HarshRawal109_twitter
    I was going through the tutorial and was wondering is it possible to store all the varying values of x and y coordinates in a text file which would be stored locally??
    Vladas
    @vladasko_gitlab
    All is possible, my man
    Jayanika Chandrapriya
    @jayc971
    How to get the
    How to request the right to translate this book.
    ?
    yvon
    @yvonchaka_twitter
    Hi all! Do you guys have some CSS frameworks you would recommend someone to learn along with React?
    Vladas
    @vladasko_gitlab
    just use scss if you really need something, and try using styled React components, i.e. Material UI
    Subrata Sarker
    @picklu
    Hi, Now I am at "Advanced Component Configuration with props, state, and children" section of the book and trying to run "npm start" from "fullstack-react-code\advanced-components\components-cookbook" but getting this error "Module build failed: Error: ENOENT: no such file or directory, scandir ~\git-repo\fullstack-react-code\advanced-components\components-cookbook\src\components\theme\node_modules\asn1.md\lib'". I am using node (v10.15.3) and npm (6.4.1) on windows 10 . Any suggestion?
    Subrata Sarker
    @picklu
    Solved! Initially, I ran "npm install and npm run install-all" from the root of the code "fullstack-react-code\" that ultimately installed node modules in the "react-code\advanced-components\components-cookbook\src\components\theme\" folder.
    Noah Maizels
    @noahniuwa
    Hi all!
    Ashok
    @ashokdhaduk
    Hello All, Fullstacker
    kram-iv
    @kram-iv
    Hello all.. In the 30 days to react book, does anyone have the correct css file for chapter four. The css file (https://gist.github.com/auser/2bc34b9abf07f34f602dccd6ca855df1) does not seem to work
    Sujith Sizon
    @SujithSizon
    Hi guys does anyone know where i can find the part2 and code for this tutorial here: https://www.fullstackreact.com/articles/BetterReduxRedux/index.html
    pkunzipula
    @pkunzipula
    Howdy folks!
    Has anybody made it through the Forms Validation section? Specifically the part about turning inputs into Field components and using the getDerivedStateFromProps() lifecycle method (book v.39, page 202)? If you have, and you made it work, please advise me how...
    Noah Maizels
    @noahniuwa
    @yvonchaka_twitter I like Bulma
    Noah Maizels
    @noahniuwa
    Anyone feel a bit lost on the section about context?
    Justin
    @outranker
    hello, I'm a newbie in React and I have a question
    Screen Shot 2019-07-23 at 9.57.13 PM.png
    in this screenshot, what does window.Seed do? this is on page 29 of the pdf book
    Screen Shot 2019-07-23 at 9.57.37 PM.png
    also, in this 2nd screenshot, Seed is used in app.js as well
    is this object or function or component? I'm a bit confused as to what this is. Please help me
    Noah Maizels
    @noahniuwa
    Seems the way the book deals with refs is deprecated https://reactjs.org/docs/refs-and-the-dom.html
    Juan Carlos Calix
    @cejodrake
    hello
    there
    Who can help me with this error

    Uncaught SyntaxError: http://localhost:3000/app-versions/app-v1.js: Unexpected token (44:17)
    42 |
    43 | class MessageInput extends React.Component {

    44 | handleSubmit = () => {
    | ^
    45 | store.dispatch({
    46 | type: 'ADD_MESSAGE',
    47 | message: this.refs.messageInput.value,

    Juan Carlos Calix
    @cejodrake
    ?
    Noah Maizels
    @noahniuwa
    Anyone working through the forms section?
    There is a problem with form #8, the getDerivedStateFromProps should be declared as static
    I'm also just having a really tough time following form #8's code
    Noah Maizels
    @noahniuwa
    The code for form 9 is broken, and adding static to getDerivedStateFromProps does not fix it
    jigshGitHub
    @jigshGitHub
    I am trying to setup my first voting_app when I run npm install it gives me error 403 notsupportedbrowser -GET https://github.com/acco/live-server/tarball/master
    huyquanha
    @huyquanha_gitlab
    Hi all. About the form validation section of the react book (around page 210-220) does anyone know why we need a value state in the Field Component? I read a blog post on the React homepage and it says getDerivedStatesFromProps() should be used very rarely, if not at all. So why do we need a state there when a prop could work just as good?
    Steven
    @smossDevBOSS
    Where can I upgrade my book to the latest version? Because mine says Revision 36 - Supports React 16.3.0 (2018-04-02)
    pythoncreate
    @pythoncreate
    In the first chapter for the voting app, I don’t see any code that imports the actual data from the seed file? Am I missing something?