React Dev Tools, bridging the gap between React's useState & useReducer & Redux, and building a React switch toggle components
Dev Tools can do a lot of things. This post doesn't dive into the nitty gritty details of each and every feature but takes a look at the top 10 helpful features that help us save time and write better React code.
As the title states, this post starts off with useState, jumps to useReducer, and finishes things off talking about Redux.
Kristian has been testing several React animation libraries and Framer Motion made the highest impression on him. In this post, he'll explore how to use Framer Motion to animate Next.js page transitions.
This tutorial walks through how to build a React switch component (aka toggle) using the native HTML checkbox input. You'll become comfortable using React checkboxes in the process.
In this tutorial, Aman Mittal teaches how to integrate a serverless computing service (AWS Amplify) in a mobile app using React Native. AWS Amplify has a complete toolchain with authentication, a choice between the wiring and managing GraphQL or REST API, data storage, push notifications, and analytics.
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This open-source component library consists of 60+ well-designed components built on top of React.
Essential set of React Hooks for convenient Web API consumption.