React Articles List

Showing the most recent resources. The latest one is from 2019-12-05.
  • This article will articulate the strong-points and shortcomings of Vue and React, allowing more clarity into the popular frameworks and which one is most favorable to developers and the growth of the business.
    Article  Added by derekbutter // buttercms.com // about 2 months ago
  • The KendoReact team wanted to learn (and share) what are the experts' top-of-mind tips, tricks and best practices that can make a React developer more productive so we turned to 25 experts from the React and JavaScript community and asked them this one question: What are your top productivity tips (tools, shortcuts, practices, resources) you'd give fellow React developers?
    Article  Added by emididam // www.telerik.com // 2 months ago
  • Developer Tim Walpole built a neat JAMstack e-commerce website for his client INGMARSON. In this case study he talks JAMstack, Gatsby PWAs and Snipcart integration. Have a look!
    Article  Added by Mathdio24 // snipcart.com // 2 months ago
  • Should you use Flutter, React Native, or Xamarin? That depends on your project. Find out which framework is best for you in this comparison post.
    Article  Added by hadyelhady // blog.logrocket.com // 3 months ago
  • React introduced hooks one year ago, and they've been a game-changer for a lot of developers. There are tons of how-to introduction resources out there, but here is a visual post about the fundamental mindset change when switching from React class components to function components + hooks.
    Article  Added by Wattenberger // wattenberger.com // 3 months ago
  • Converting a Flow + React Native project (50K SLOC, 85% Flow coverage) to TypeScript, including motivations, helpful commands, conversion tips, and overall experience.
    Article  Added by adamterlson // medium.com // 3 months ago
  • Check out how the features & advantages of using ReacJS for creating interactive User Interfaces.
    Article  Added by RyanWilliamson // medium.com // 3 months ago
  • Maintaining a big and complex react app is not for amateurs. Whatever you may choose to manage your app state, chances are that it's hard to pick up, like redux, or really convoluted, like making yourself a service layer. With the goal of making it easy for new developers to jump into our projects, we at Labcodes decided it was time to give this problem a little more thought. Our answer was rel-events.
    Article  Added by gsilva49 // labcodes.com.br // 4 months ago
  • This is not your typical "paste this here" and "paste that there"-type tutorial. While those tutorials certainly have merit, I am going to share my thought process from beginning to end.
    Article  Added by bookercodes // www.cometchat.com // 4 months ago
  • Article  Added by poojarathan // buttercms.com // 4 months ago
  • As a developer, I’ve noticed ever since starting out that a lot of us are intimidated by building accessible apps. The fact of the matter is, it doesn’t have to (and shouldn’t) be that way. Accessibility is just like building 🏗 any other feature — and there needs to be greater awareness around this. 🤯
    Article  Added by e-schultz // medium.com // 4 months ago
  • Get started with React Hooks by building two apps - Simple temperature app & Drag-drop application and understanding the difference from React classes.
    Article  Added by vtnetzwelt // www.vtnetzwelt.com // 5 months ago
  • A thorough step-by-step guide for learning the basic and advanced React Hooks (state, effects, context, and reducers).
    Article  Added by emididam // www.telerik.com // 5 months ago
  • Content creation is one of the most popular and efficient ways of building brands. As a developer, you can use content to level up your skills.
    Article  Added by derekbutter // buttercms.com // 5 months ago
  • Being a web development newbie shouldn’t stop you from exploring JAMstack templates to build websites. Learn how our marketing team got their hands dirty, creating small JAMstack projects.
    Article  Added by Mathdio24 // snipcart.com // 6 months ago
  • PureScript helps reduce bugs and improve the stability of complex applications. Learn how to incrementally take over a small React application using Purescript's React and React Basic libraries while writing idiomatic code in both languages.
    Article  Added by thomashoneyman // thomashoneyman.com // 6 months ago
  • Like any other technology React Native comes with its share of limitations. Most of these issues are now getting addressed by Facebook and the community of React Native. Still, there are some that you should be aware of before you plan to make a quick unplanned move towards React Native mobile app development. Having an idea of such concerns can prove to be good.
    Article  Added by aglowid // medium.com // 6 months ago
  • Whenever there’s a new React project, most frontend developers will fumble around with the basic configurations. Patterns of style implementation, component decoupling and folder structure will emerge - not always for the good.
    Article  Added by gsilva49 // labcodes.com.br // 6 months ago
  • Single-page application (SPA) SEO is hard—not impossible. Read this resource-packed guide to optimize your React, Vue or Angular app for Google.
    Article  Added by Mathdio24 // snipcart.com // 6 months ago
  • Xamarin and React Native are two best frameworks used for cross-platform app development. Check out this article to study more about the which is the better choice between Xamarin and React Native.
    Article  Added by konstant // www.konstantinfo.com // 6 months ago
  • The Flutter and React Native are one of the strongest competitors of one another battling out on different bases to come out victorious in the end.
    Article  Added by ConnectSteven // www.mindinventory.com // 6 months ago
  • How does React Native compare to Flutter, NativeScript or Ionic? What are the differences? Which one should you learn? How’s performance for each of these options? All answers are listed here of these questions: React Native vs Flutter vs Ionic vs NativeScript vs PWA.
    Article  Added by konstant // www.konstantinfo.com // 7 months ago
  • React Native vs Ionic — Let the Fight Begin. One of the main differences is that using Ionic, you’ll be able to develop hybrid apps. These apps will be rendered in UIWebView for iOS and WebView for Android. Nevertheless, using React Native, you can develop applications with the standard User Interface blocks.
    Article  Added by konstant // www.konstantinfo.com // 7 months ago
  • Here are some trending web development frameworks that come with new API’s, provide system-level-services to build varied CMS, define management capabilities, administrative tools, and user authentication.
    Article  Added by konstant // www.konstantinfo.com // 7 months ago
  • Choice of a development platform for front end development depends upon the type of app, the complexity of business, productivity and feature-richness of the programming language. React and Angular seems to be two viable and similar options with some differences that distinguish them from their core. Read through to find more. Have a look at the comparison between Angular vs React.
    Article  Added by konstant // www.konstantinfo.com // 7 months ago
  • While making a Single Page App with React, it is very easy for your code-base to become unorganized. There are many good libraries in the React ecosystem that can be used to manage certain aspects of the app, this article covers some of them in depth. Other than that, it lists some good practices to follow from the beginning of the project if you have scalability in mind.
    Article  Added by DerekButter // buttercms.com // 8 months ago
  • React vs. Angular, TypeScript vs. ES6, Jest vs. Mocha… Here's a list of the hard skills tech employers ask for most often when recruiting JavaScript developers.
    Article  Added by heatherale // cvcompiler.com // 9 months ago
  • It explains how to add a redux thunk type functionality using react's useReducer hook and configuring it with redux dev tools.
    Article  Added by nishanBende // medium.com // 9 months ago
  • This year, the React Amsterdam conference was held on April 12, welcoming 1,300 attendees from places including as far away as New Zealand. Once again, it was a two-track event—General and React Native; the former is covered here.
    Article  Added by AnneLaure13 // www.welcometothejungle.co // 9 months ago
  • The Progressive Web App makes the react web applications feel like mobile-native apps. It features the option to add a web application to the home screen of mobile devices for easy access, and supports full screen for a native application look. PWA supports cache and makes use of cached items to work in slow networks, as well as in offline mode.
    Article  Added by prabakaranr // blog.syncfusion.com // 9 months ago