React 16.10.0 released, TDD with React & React Testing Library, and keeping global state management sane
Test Driven Development (TDD) is a reversal in traditional thinking and coding processes. Rather than writing code, and then writing tests to verify that code, the process is reversed. This post outlines the pros and cons of utilizing TDD for developing React applications and explains how to try it out yourself.
This post highlights some of the subtle (and not so subtle) differences between building a basic to-do app in Vue vs. React (using React Hooks).
Maintaining a big and complex react app is not for amateurs. Whatever you may choose to manage your app state, chances are that it's hard to pick up, like redux, or really convoluted, like making yourself a service layer. With the goal of making it easy for new developers to jump into our projects, at Labcodes decided it was time to give this problem a little more thought. Their answer was rel-events.
This is a good beginners' level guide to working with reusable React components, specifically how to use them to build a login form
Bit helps you share your React components between projects,and collaborate to build your applications faster as a team. Just let Bit pack and isolate your components, so you can run and develop them anywhere. Give it a try.
Highlights of the new release include the ability to add startIcon and endIcon props for the button and the ability to adjust table table, menu, and chip styles to match spec (among other things).
his is an Apollo-inspired library for REST requests using axios and React hooks. This library's purpose is to abstract away having to manually manage the state of your network requests (loading, resolved response, rejected response) along with a few other utilities like a function to cancel inflight requests and a function to refetch for new data.
This is a free course on Nrwl Connect that shows how to build an Nx monorepo with examples in React and Angular.
This tutorial walks through how to build a small React app that calls the Hacker News API using React Memo, Axios, styled components, and React Testing Library.