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It’s exciting to see the number of real-world React applications and components skyrocket over the past months! This community round-up features a few examples of inspiring React applications and components.
Large parts of Facebook’s web frontend are already powered by React. The recently released Facebook Lookback video and its corresponding editor are great examples of a complex, real-world React app.
Sberbank, Russia’s largest bank, recently switched large parts of their site to use React, as detailed in this post by Vyacheslav Slinko.
John Lynch (@johnrlynch) created Makona, a block-style document editor for the web. Blocks of different content types comprise documents, authored using plain markup. At the switch of a toggle, block contents are then rendered on the page. While not quite a WYSIWYG editor, Makona uses plain textareas for input. This makes it compatible with a wider range of platforms than traditional rich text editors.
React is in no way limited to just web pages. Brandon Tilley (@BinaryMuse) just released a detailed walk-through of how he built his Chrome extension “Fast Tab Switcher” using React.
Javier Aguirre (@javaguirre) put together a simple twitter streaming client using node, socket.io and React.
Sproutsheet is a gardening calendar. You can use it to track certain events that happen in the life of your plants. It’s currently in beta and supports localStorage, and data/image import and export.
Instant Domain Search also uses React. It sure is instant!
Emanuele shared this awesome demo video with us:
dicontainer provides a dependency container that lets you inject Angular-style providers and services as simple React.js Mixins.
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