React higher order components, React Native open source update, when to useMemo and useCallback
In this post you'll learn about at the most popular pattern for accomplishing code reuse amongst components in a React app, Higher-Order Components.
In the past six months, a total of 2800 commits were made to React Native by more than 550 contributors. 400 contributors from the community created more than 1,150 Pull Requests, of which 820 Pull Requests were merged.
Performance optimizations ALWAYS come with a cost but do NOT always come with a benefit. In this post Kent breaks down those costs (and benefits) of useMemo and useCallback.
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Teleport React components in the same React tree. In complex app, you may have to configure a part of the application from another. If you know react-helmet it is the same philosophy. You want to configure a part of your application from another place.
react-redux v7.1.0 (the one with Hooks) was released this week.
In this video, Barry walks through how to use React's useState with TypeScript.
Do you feel intimidated every time you find yourself inside a Webpack file? In this presentation, Fabian demystifies a Webpack file by breaking down each section, explaining what they do, and how they work. By the end, you will have a much deeper understanding of Webpack while also picking up some good practices along the way.