Building CampaignHawk: Connecting Modals with React (Part 8)


#1

Continuing the discussion from Building CampaignHawk: Populating Modals (Part 7):

Part 8, connecting modals with React. I think this article does a pretty good job showing the thought process behind connecting components to each other in React.


Building CampaignHawk: Mapbox and Data (Part 9)
Building CampaignHawk: Triggering Functions with Radio Buttons (Part 15)
Building CampaignHawk: Radio Button Styling (Part 14)
Building CampaignHawk: Popouts and Radio Buttons (Part 13)
Building CampaignHawk: Mapbox.js and Meteor (Part 12)
Building CampaignHawk: Mapbox and GeoJSON (Part 11)
Building CampaignHawk: Thinking about Data (Part 10)
Building CampaignHawk: Spacial Analysis Overview (Part 16)
Building CampaignHawk: Clustering with Leaflet Markercluster (Part 17)
Building CampaignHawk: Making a Precinct Data Layer (Part 18)
Building CampaignHawk: Scaling Colors and Values with D3 (Part 19)
Building CampaignHawk: Styling the Precinct Data Layer (Part 20)
Building CampaignHawk: Toggling Data Layers (Part 21)
#2

I’ve got to say, I’ve been following your blog posts with interest, and I have to say that they have been very well written and incredibly easy to follow. I’m looking forward to seeing the next one!

I’m interested to see that you’re doing all the CSS styling entirely yourself, rather than using a Google Material Design “package”. However, I’m loving the usage of flexbox, so I’m learning stuff on several fronts at the moment!


#3

You’re very welcome :slight_smile: I’m going to try to publish at least 3 a week until the project is finished.