Fine-grained code-splitting with Gatsby, Building a React app on the blockchain, and How to write readable React content states
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Kyle Shevlin writes about why he encourages people to write declarative state updaters in their React code and to "really take control of the little APIs you're creating in your components and hooks."
In this article, Kristofer Selbekk will introduce you to the concept of error boundaries in React. You'll learn what challenges they try to solve, what shortcomings they have, and how to implement them. Lastly, you'll look at a small abstraction layer that makes error boundaries even better.
Want to get in on the Web3 action but not sure where to start? This tutorial's got you covered with a step-by-step guide to setting up and launching a TypeScript & React web app that queries Ethereum blockchain data in standard querying language (GraphQL).
Content streams are an important part of any React project, but they also introduce a lot of complexity. This article by Chak Shun Yu covers and analyzes the readability of two fundamental approaches to handling content states in your React components.
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A subset of JSX that lets you write components once and run everywhere. It compiles to Vue, React, Solid, Angular, Svelte, and Liquid.
A state management library for React that allows the creation of injectable, persistent, shared state hooks. With
unstateless, stateless components can be "upgraded" into stateful components by injecting React hooks as props.
A themeable, accessible & composable component library for React & React Native that lets you easily create cross-platform applications.
In this 90-minute video, Pedro spends some time going over every single "core hook" in React.
In this 2-hour video tutorial from Techbase, you'll learn how to create a Dashboard App with React based on a Figma Design. You'll be using TypeScript, CSS Modules, Recharts and Github Pages to deploy the app.