React 16.5.0 released, how to test asynchronous data fetching on a React component, and creating a component library with React and Storybook
Writing meaningful tests for your components is a hard task, to be honest. One scenario that can get quite tricky is when the component does some asynchronous work, like a network request for example. In this article you will learn a simple pattern for testing this kind of behavior in your components in a quick and robust manner.
Create modular and reusable components that can be shared across projects by building a component library with React and Storybook.
React version 16.5.0 has been released and one of the features that it supports is the new Profiler in the React Developer Tools. In this video and following blog post, you'll learn to update an existing app to React 16.5.0 and show off various features of the new Profiler.
SEO has become one of the most crucial points on the Internet to get a good ranking on Google and offer visibility to your website The goal for Next.js is to offer a developer experience close to what you have with a simple React application, by gaining all the benefits of a Universal App. This article is meant to demonstrate the concepts of Universal Application and how Next.js tackles it.
React Apollo seems to be the de facto method of querying GraphQL endpoints from within the React ecosystem. Their Query and Mutation components integrate easily in to a developer’s mental model of how React works. However, there are a few ways that we can simplify these components to handle 80% of our use cases with less code. This post shows how.
Tree view is one of the most popular components, you can see tree view everywhere from MacOS Finder or Window File Explorer or in any code editor like VSCode, Sublime Text, etc. This post walks through how to create one in React.
React Riot, the biggest online React.js hackathon, takes place September 15th-16th. It's not too late to grab your team spot before the competition begins.
Build powerful React and React Native apps that scale from hundreds to tens of thousands of records and remain fast
Material Design for React Native (Android & iOS).
A lightweight state management using React Context API, inspired by Redux.
Every developer has their favorite way of building an app. But if you are new in the app development field then it can be difficult to choose between Flutter, React Native, and plain Native development. They all have been prominent names in the Mobile Development field. But each of them has some pros and cons. This video explains the pros and cons of React Native and Flutter along with the traditional Native development.