Why we’re testing React and React Native at the BUCKS COUNTY LIBRARY

It is becoming clear that the development of the new library at the DC Public Library is taking a very different path than what we expected. 

We are now actively developing a React-based library that we have been developing for several years now.

We have been in talks with the DCPULSE to take on the project and are working towards a launch date in the summer of 2019.

We also have been working with React Native developers in our community, who have been helping us make React-native-ready libraries available for our users. 

We were excited to work with ReactNative at the Bucks County Library and to be able to bring the new React-powered library to the community in a way that has been in development for a number of years.

React Native has a history of bringing innovative new technologies to the platform, and this library represents a step in that direction. 

As we started to see more of the benefits of React Native we were excited for the possibilities that this technology has to offer for our developers and users.

Our library is being developed in React Native and we expect that it will eventually support other popular JavaScript frameworks like AngularJS, Angular, React, and others.

We are confident that React Native will enable a lot of exciting things for our community in the future, so we are looking forward to seeing what it can do! 

The Bucks county library has been one of the first public libraries in the country to adopt React Native, and we have already started using it to test our app for the first time.

We will be able continue to use React Native to test and debug our code for years to come, and for that we are extremely thankful. 

If you are interested in joining our community and working on a library that brings React Native power to your project, please get in touch with us at [email protected]

We would love to hear from you. 

Bucks County Public Library, Inc. 2017-12-22T18:02:11

Which public libraries are currently accepting applications for the 2017-18 academic year?

Library workers, staff members, and volunteers are now required to apply to participate in the 2017 State Library Cataloging Program.

Applications will be accepted until the end of August and will be posted to the DC Public Library’s web site on August 24.

The program will cover the academic year 2017-2018, and includes applications from teachers, teachers’ aides, and library aides.

Applicants must be students enrolled in classes at the DC public library or accredited by an accreditation agency.

For more information about the program, visit dcpubliclibraries.org/library-program.

For the 2017 catalog, see: dcpubliclibrary.org.

San Diego public library’s new chief is getting $300,000 per year

By MICHAEL J. SCHOENEGGER and PAULA HALLORANAssociated PressSAN DIEGO (AP) The San Diego Public Library has hired a new chief for an annual salary of $300.

That’s less than what the company’s former chief received for his work in 2009, and less than $50,000 less than its former chief was paid in 2014.

But it’s the second consecutive year that the library has hired its first civilian chief in a top job.

In 2016, it hired Scott Aukerman, who had served as the city’s deputy city attorney for about three years.

Last year, it tapped its first female deputy director of libraries and archives.

The next year, Aukeman became the interim director of library operations.

San Diego Public Libraries spokesman Joe Gagliano says the city has always looked to attract and retain the best and brightest.

The $300-an-hour chief’s annual salary is higher than that of the current deputy director, who is making about $160,000 a year, according to city payroll records.

Gagliiano says that the new chief will also receive perks and benefits that are common for a chief.

The new chief, who will start at the end of the year, will be paid a base salary of about $150,000, including health care benefits.

That would be about $75,000 higher than the city paid its last deputy chief in the same role in 2015, according the records.

It also will be the first time the library is paying its top staff at least $200,000 annually, a spokeswoman said.

Aukermans annual base salary is about $200.

The library is expected to begin hiring for a new superintendent this fall.

Gagliio says the new person will be responsible for overseeing the public library system’s mission.

The library says it’s committed to creating a culture that is welcoming, respectful and open.