Having fun with React's renderer, discovering MSW, and a new Next.js starter template
In this post/video you'll learn to how to add animated transitions to an app using React Router v5 and React Transition Group.
Today is the first day of December (how??), so the folks over at Bekk are back with their React Christmas advent calendar that features new React content every day of the month until Christmas.
If Christmas isn't your thing, check out react.holiday. It covers 25 essential language skills for professional React developers.
In this post, Giovanni run a few experiments to see how React’s renderer works to help you gain an understanding of some of its guaranteed behaviors.
This post isn't a full tutorial on how to use Mock Service Workers (MSW). Rather, it’s a collection of short summaries of what worked well (and what didn’t) for the author as he looked for the best approach to mocking HTTP requests in a JS test suite.
In this tutorial, Bhanu shows you how to use the starter template that he made and deploy it with Vercel. He also demonstrates how to connect a Postgres database created on Heroku.
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Nextra is a Next.js and Markdown (MDX) based site generator. 0 line of code needed.
A hooks-first, global state management solution for React that lets components drill down and subscribe to only the parts of the state that they need.
A starter template for building a project using React, Typescript, Next.js, Jest, ChakraUI and ESLint.
"It's like OnlyFans, but for (work-appropriate) pictures of desk setups." Created with Next.js, Chakra UI, SWR, and the Reddit API.
In this 35-minute video, Ben Awad puts Clément Mihailescu (founder and CEO of AlgoExpert) through a beginner-level React interview to test the skills of the self-proclaimed "washed-up fronted developer."