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René Post
@AnnotatedJS
I tried the kitchensink example on my windows pc. Didn't work. Any suggestions or better to post issue on github?
Mark Pors
@pors
An issue is better indeed @AnnotatedJS. Please include all steps and error messages.
Slind14
@Slind14
hey
how can I access props.params from the react router from within a container
Slind14
@Slind14
got it, forgot to include it in the container creation method
lsimone
@lsimone
hello everyone
I searched on the repo and on the doc but I didn't find an info:
is it possible to use react-ionic without loosing the performance improvements and features of ionic itself?
lsimone
@lsimone
and if yes, are there best practices somewhere?
last one :smile: : do you think it is a good idea to use http://www.material-ui.com to give the app a "material look and feel" ?
[ maybe another idea is to collect some FAQ on the project homepage ]
Charlie van de Kerkhof
@primeminister
Hi @lsimone
Reactionic is using only the look&feel of ionic
no other 'angular' or scripting added
so it uses React and Ionic styling
so performance improvements and features of ionic are lost if you use reactionic
If I understand you correctly ;)
lsimone
@lsimone
yes you did, thanks
I love react, but I use Ionic for performance reasons, so if they are lost I don't understand why build reactionic on top of it.
wouldn't be more logic to build it on top of cordova directly?
Slind14
@Slind14
@pors with your ValidatedPublication how would I join another collection?
e.g. I have a list of pages with relation to icons. So I use a simple find() to get all the pages, but I need the icons too
I could probably hook the find where I create the collection but that doesn't seem right
Mark Pors
@pors
@lsimone we only use the CSS of Ionic, so you can see it as building it on top of Cordova directly. There is no Ionic javascript code in Reactionic.
lsimone
@lsimone
thanks @pors , so do you know if there is a way to take advantage of ionic performance enhancement in reactionic? or if I don't use their directives I definitely lose it?
Mark Pors
@pors
@Slind14 the boilerplate was written by https://github.com/johnslemmer. I propose to create an issue here so he will be noticed: https://github.com/reactionic/boilerplate-reactionic-meteor/issues
@lsimone I don’t know anything about "ionic performance enhancement”. What is it?
lsimone
@lsimone
ionic directives are supposed to optimize perf on devices, if not it would be agnostic/decoupled of the technology used on top (i.e. angular or react)
Mark Pors
@pors
directives means Angular, right?
lsimone
@lsimone
yes
Mark Pors
@pors
So what is your question?
React-Ionic doesn’t include any Angular code
lsimone
@lsimone
well, since ng directives are supposed to optimize performances in some cases, I am interested in knowing if using react there is a not-negligible loss in performances and if there is any solution/hack to obtain the same performance/smoothness
Mark Pors
@pors
These directives improve the performance of cordova?
Do you have a link?
lsimone
@lsimone
I guess there is some native improvement, if not ionic would be just a CSS lib, but maybe I am wrong
I will look for it
I am actually evaluating which tech to use in my next project; I am actually more used to react but I would like to know well the trade off
Slind14
@Slind14
ahh, sorry.
Mark Pors
@pors
@lsimone OK. You might also want to look at React Native if performance is you biggest concern.
lsimone
@lsimone
it's not the biggest, but it matters to me...I mean ionic performance is acceptable to me
if there are no downsides in using reactionic compared to angularjs I would go for it
are there apps made in reactionic at the moment?
(BTW thank you for your work :) )
Mark Pors
@pors
My guess is that the performance is about the same, but hard to say.
We are building a production app with reactionic, but it's not in the app store yet
lsimone
@lsimone
ok @pors I will investigate farther and I'll give it a try on real devices, maybe with redux and material UI ( http://www.material-ui.com ).
thank you
lsimone
@lsimone
BTW an example of optimization could be router views cache that ionic provides. Is there a way to do it in reactionic or every back navigation will result in a total re-rendering? And is it possible to use redux and react-router-redux or reactionic is stick to react-router?
Mark Pors
@pors
Just react router for now. But you can use redux
lsimone
@lsimone
is there any view caching mechanism?
lsimone
@lsimone
I mean, for performance but also in order to preserve the scrolling done in the page we go back to, as it is done in ionic
Mark Pors
@pors
Not explicitly, but react only renders changes to the DOM. In many cases this makes caching unnecessary.
But real page caching is not supported out of the box.
Immanuel Valle
@Cyval
hi
hi