Making sense of react-spring, shared state with React Hooks and Context API, and how to build an offline-first React app
The Release Candidate for React v17.0 was just released. Instead of releasing new features, this release sets the groundwork for making it easier to upgrade React itself. Here are some highlights.
react/jsx-dev-runtime so you no longer have to
import React just to use JSX.
Animation is one of the trickier things to get right with React. This post gives a good introduction to react-spring and then dives into some interesting use cases.
This article takes a look at a way to use hooks along with React’s Context API to provide a shared state between function components.
Ever wonder why React Hooks were necessary and what benefits they offer? This article breaks it down from a historical perspective.
This tutorial is organized as a mini-course with different modules that walk you through how to build an offline-first Todo app with React, RxDB, Hasura, and GraphQL.
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An accessible & themeable React UI Kit that helps you rapidly build React apps of all shapes and sizes.
Ink lets you build CLI apps using React, and v3 provides some fun new features including some new built-in hooks, improved stability and performance, and a new
A custom hook to grab a color palette from images. It renders a skeleton color while your original image is loading.
By the end of this 23-minute video you'll be able to make you game character walk around the screen using React Hooks and Sprite Animation.
This 4-hour live stream walks through some fundamental React concepts while building a Spotify clone using the actual Spotify API.