react-js

One of the most popular web development technologies, ReactJS is a JavaScript library that helps developers build captivating and functional user interfaces. ReactJS is maintained by Facebook together with an active community of developers. A development team can use React to build single-page web applications or mobile app that offer high performance and excellent UX.

Web development

How advanced React patterns changed with hooks

Until React v16.8, when we wanted to reuse some logic in our apps, we had two choose between these two alternatives: 1) Higher-Order Components (HOC) and 2) Render Props. [...]

Web development

How hooks changed the game in React

In React version 16.7 and below, if you wanted a component to have state or access to lifecycle methods, you needed to build it as a Class component. Functional [...]

Web development

How to avoid prop-drilling in React without using Redux (Part 2)

In the first part of my blog post series about the methods of avoiding prop-drilling in React, I showed that prop-drilling is generally beneficial and you may usually want [...]

Web development

How to avoid prop-drilling in React without using Redux (Part 1)

Using Redux to manage your application state means that you’ll be dealing with a number of consequences – some of them beneficial and some detrimental when it comes to [...]

Data science Web development

Single Responsibility Principle in React applications – Part 3

This is the third and the last part of a miniseries of blog posts. If you haven’t done that already, read previous parts of the series first: Single Responsibility [...]

Data science Web development

Single Responsibility Principle in React applications – Part 2

This is the second part of my blog post series about dealing with React components that have too many responsibilities. Have a look at the first part of the [...]

Data science Web development

Single Responsibility Principle in React applications – Part 1

In my work as a front-end developer, I often encounter single methods, classes, and React components doing way too much. These blocks of code are typically long, use many [...]

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