5 solid portfolio projects, building a piano with Hooks, and Proton Native v2
In this post, Reed Barger walks through 5 different types of apps that you should be looking to build after the basic to-do app if your still fairly new to React. Each type of app includes popular examples for inspiration, recommended tools to build each app feature, and a short demo of similar apps built by Reed.
This article by Eugene Stepnov is a great resource for any developer interested in contributing to high-quality open-source React projects. He briefly discusses how to identify good open-source projects and then provides a fairly exhaustive list of open-source React projects he recommends.
This tutorial specifically covers how to map the laptop keys to piano notes, how to map the audio with key press, and how to render the piano keyboard in react.
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RNDS is a set of component library and design rules that helps you build React Native apps faster
Proton Native is a way to make cross-platform desktop apps with React, without using Electron or any sort of web browser. V2 includes new features like flexbox, styling, hot reloading, and components with the same API as React Native.
This 30-minute video demonstrates how to use Hooks & TypeScript to recreate the tic-tac-toe game featured on the React website's early React tutorial (as opposed to traditional class-based components and no TypeScript).