React

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

8th Aug, 2022

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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

25th Jul, 2022

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What are the differences between functions and classes in React?

React class vs. functions. What's the big deal? What's the big difference?

21st May, 2022

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Learn React: Variables, Conditionals and Event Listeners Inside A Component

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Previously on Learn React from Scratch Series: Learn React: Your First React Component ExplainedPreviously on Learn React from Scratch Series: Learn React: Advanced JSX and Everything Else You Need To KnowPreviously on Learn React from Scratch Series: Learn React: Quick Introduction to JSXJSX stands for JavaScript Extension. It is

7th Nov, 2021

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Learn React: Your First React Component Explained

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Previously on Learn React from Scratch Series: Learn React: Advanced JSX and Everything Else You Need To KnowPreviously on Learn React from Scratch Series: Learn React: Quick Introduction to JSXJSX stands for JavaScript Extension. It is not JavaScript, per se, but an extension of it. This means that if

6th Nov, 2021

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Learn React: Quick Introduction to JSX

JSX stands for JavaScript Extension. It is not JavaScript, per se, but an extension of it. This means that if you try and run JSX code in the browser, it won't work. You'd need a compiler to compile the JSX code into semantic JavaScript before anything can work. JSX was

2nd Nov, 2021

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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

9th Aug, 2021

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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

30th Jul, 2021

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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 [https://twitter.com/dottedSquirrel/status/1419804203002728453], 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.

29th Jul, 2021

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React Components, Classes & Lifecycle Methods Simplified

Learning React isn’t hard — but sometimes you still need that reference sheet training wheel to help you along until you get the hang of balancing yourself on the code. Here is a quick summary/notes on React components and classes. In short — basically, everything you sort of need to

27th Jul, 2021

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