React v16.8 - the one with Hooks, writing your first React hook, and learn-react-app
The short but felt long awaited React Hooks are now out and part of the v16.8 release. Hooks let you use state and other React features without writing a class. You can also build your own Hooks to share reusable stateful logic between components.
In this post you'll learn why hooks are great and how you actually use them in the wild.
In this article, you're going to review how we were managing state in React, understand why React Hooks are really a game-changer and learn to write your very first React Hook.
Redux is a popular library used to manage state in React apps. How can you make your Redux code strongly-typed with TypeScript – particularly when you have asynchronous code in the mix? In this post you'll find out by going through an example of a store that manages a list of people
Unikernels are widely considered the next generation of cloud infrastructure for their performance, security and size but have remained in-accessible to developers due to their low level nature - until now.
OPS (see their Github) allows anyone to build and run any linux binary as a unikernel.
Application that will help you learn React fundamentals. Install this application locally - there's tutorial, code snippets and exercises. The main objective of this project is to help you get off the ground with React.
React for interactive command-line apps
Animated burgers available in plain html/css or as React components.
Introducing react-movable: Drag and drop for your lists and tables. 3.5kB gzipped. Accessible.