Check out How to pass anonymous arrow functions ReactJS by JR. Here is an excerpt:

You define the callback like this

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You pass it using the arrow functions like this

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You set it’s parameter values like this:

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You pass it to other components and functions like this

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And you add it to your controls like this

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Check out Mobile Shouldn’t Be an Afterthought: Best Practices for Implementing a Multi-Channel Strategy from the Start by Eric Tieniber. Here is an excerpt:

With any new application development targeting consumers, mobile apps are expected. While being multi-channel is a powerful capability, simply trying to build every bit of functionality in an app for every device is wasteful. Instead, when you consider your multi-channel strategy, follow these…

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This video was originally published by Microsoft Research:

There’s a way to organize your work, stay focused, avoid mistakes, and be hyper-productive that you can learn in five minutes using sticky notes and markers. It’s been used by Toyota to make cars, by Xbox to build software, and by individuals to maintain sanity. It’s called Kanban, and Eric Brechner, an Xbox development manager, has been using it with multiple teams for the past four years. Agile Project Management with Kanban, has a quick start guide, with illustrations and online spreadsheets to get you productive fast. Other chapters help you estimate work, meet deadlines, deploy results, evolve from Scrum or traditional Waterfall, and integrate Kanban into large projects.

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