Tagged: reactjs

Beginners Guider To React Router

Today I decided to write about the props history, match, and location that are included in each component that uses React Router. But first, to start warming up here is a simple definition of...

Learning ReactJS From Scratch

React is a product of Facebook. It is a very flexible and efficient JavaScript library for building interactive user interfaces. React forms the view layer of the web application which is technically the frontend....

How to Publish React Components from any App

In this tutorial, I’ll demonstrate how to publish React components from any application to Bit’s registry. Components will be published as independent packages that later could be installed using NPM, Yarn or Bit. Read...

Homebrew – Explained in Simple English

So, there are tonnes of jargon, commands, processes that we follow blindly after surfing from the internet without knowing the actual reasons and under the hood processes, that just remain in our short term...

JS Community Reacts to George Floyd’s Death

The killing by Minnesota police of George Floyd grabbed the media’s attention recently. Nobody can be indifferent to this heinous crime, and the JS community has also reacted to the incident. Read the full story...

Rethinking Components with React Hooks

React Hooks have been around since React 16.8 and remain as popular and in demand as ever. They have introduced a completely new way of handling components in React, which may lead you to...

Supercharge Your SEO Game: Powered By getStaticProps

This is mainly useful for websites that use React/NextJS with a CMS (Content Management System) integration. No matter, whether it’s WordPress, Contentful, Prismic or any other CMS. This concept is highly relevant for companies...