Build a React switch toggle component, animating React with Framer Motion, and a visual editor for GraphQL
This article will take a simple non-optimized React app and then incrementally improve the app's performance by using the useCallback and useMemo hooks, along with the React.memo higher order component.
Learn how to build a React switch component using the native HTML checkbox input! You’ll learn plenty about React checkboxes in the process.
Framer-motion is a library that powers animations in Framer. It has a very simple declarative API that makes it easy to create and orchestrate complex animations with a minimal amount of code. In this article, you’ll start with very basic animations and gradually move to the more advanced ones.
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GraphQLEditor makes it easier to understand GrapHQL schemas. Create a schema by joining visual blocks. GraphQLEditor will transform them into code. With GraphQLEditor you can create visual diagrams without writing any code or present your schema in a nice way.
Deploy a themeable, customizable, full stack and cross-platform mobile app for your next event in minutes.
A React library that allows you to quickly implement search experiences without re-inventing the wheel. Use it with Elastic App Search or Elastic Site Search to have a search experience up and running in minutes.
A react hook to use the scroll information of an element.
React Chaos is currently a higher order component that will randomly throw Errors in the component it wraps. The likelihood for the error to throw is based on a level you set when you wrap a component.
In this full tutorial course, you will learn how to create a full stack, fully-featured social media application using React, Firebase, Redux, Express, and Material-UI. This intermediate tutorial covers things such as creating a backend REST API server with Node.js and Express, user login and authentication, image uploads, notifications, cloud functions, deploying to Firebase, and much more.
In this crash course, you'll go over the basics of how to get a simple headless WordPress setup with WPGraphQL and React.