React TL;DR #11 – Most Useful React Content From May 2020
If you want to write a better React code, you should always remember what Ernest Hemingway said: “The first draft of anything is shit” And even if this guy had nothing to do with React development, or even Commodore, he knew exactly that the first creative act, is almost always, not “well-thought-out” and hard to […]
Stop scrolling through all the JS blogs and read the most useful React and React Native relative content from April 2020 in one place.
Hosting Gatsby and Storybook on Gitlab Pages is a great substitute for Netlify and comes with many interesting advantages.
I see web and mobile development technologies on a crazy race to improve their performance each and every year. Obviously, that’s great news. Development is becoming faster and easier to execute, cheaper to implement, more user-friendly with less effort, and so on. There is no word we live in great times, when implementing a business […]
If you are planning to use, or hesitating if choosing React Native development is good for your project, I’ve gathered 4 (in my opinion) best articles that will help you uncover the true power of this technology in 2020.
I spoke to senior React Developers from my company and asked what do they generally do that helps them stay in coding shape.
Intro No matter if you are a developer, marketer, or business person, you should be always aware of the possibilities of modern technology. Especially if you are running (or planning to run) a web business. Yes, we do favor React, React Native, and Gatsby development, but we also believe that it is the technology of […]
New Redux Toolkit New APIs createAsyncThunk createEntityAdapter Bundle Size Improvements and Dependency Updates Dev Check Middleware Timings TypeScript Support Best practices while developing a React Native App Divide the components Create Aliases Sort the imports Declare the types Separate the styles Components must hook Let Redux manage Write sagas for synchrony Aggregate the selectors Jest […]