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5 Ways to Structure Your React App Files

React is great. It gives us a ton of freedom to do what we need to do. However, with great freedom comes the increased potential for a project that’s structurally mangled. When I first started using React, all the tutorials were pretty basic with file structures that were linear...

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Next.js is the next best thing — but what’s the catch?

Looking into another React extension Next.js is a popular open-source JavaScript framework for developing server-side rendered React applications. It’s simple, lightweight, and efficient, making it an ideal choice for small- to medium-sized projects. In a nutshell, the framework enables you to get up and running with React quickly...

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What You Need Before Learning React

The Internet is a lot of things. It’s a teacher. It’s a resource. It’s a seemingly infinite and unstructured pool of knowledge and information. It is also the space where React-based apps exist and thrives. The little frontend library has taken the Internet by storm and is...

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Thinking In React: A Design First Approach

How React is making UI the center-piece of frontend development For a non-designer, thinking in visual components can be a strange process — especially if you’re new to React, or are just moving into frontend development. Our main modes of operations tend to sit at the logical layer, where business...

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Is React Really That Great?

Digging into the library that’s taking over the frontend development scene As I start my 8-week #buildinpublic challenge [], I find myself back on the React gravy train. React as a library has exploded and taken over the Internet, especially in the frontend space....

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