A gentle intro to Webpack, how to useMemo in React, and how to set up a Google login in React Native & Firebase
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A gentle introduction to why Webpack exists, what problems it solves, and how to use it.
In this post you'll learn why, how, when, and when not to utilize React's Context API.
React's useMemo Hook can be used to optimize the computation costs of your React function components. In this article, Robin Wieruch walks through an example component to illustrate the problem first, then solves it with React's useMemo Hook.
In this article, Lorenz walks through the most common mistakes he has found while writing React components and how to fix them.
React Native and Firebase make the implementation of Google login pretty straightforward. This tutorial walks you through the process of building a simple app that only has a single Google login button. Once the user successfully logs into Google, the app will display the user info retrieved from their Google account as well as a logout button.
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The main purpose of this repository is to provide a scalable "batteries included" full stack starter kit which follows good architecture patterns (might be opinionated) and code decoupling which becomes significant as the project grows or new developers are onboarded.
Oldie but a goodie. This website by Gabe Ragland provides easy to understand code examples to help you learn how some common hooks work. It might inspire you to take advantage of them in your next project.
A well-documented collection of common UI components that’s still being added to.
This video gives a quick introduction to Recoil.js, the new React state management library developed by an internal team at Facebook (not the React team).
Well, it's been a good run everyone.