A Hook is a function, which lets you hook into React features from your functional component. This way we can use functional components instead of classes.
In this React-Native tutorial we'll learn how to do testing on both Android and iOS devices with Expo, and how to use Jest for unit testing.
In this React-Native tutorial you'll learn how you can add Animation & Sound to your app. We'll also discuss persisting data with React-Native AsyncStorage.
Learn the basics of React-Native development. In Part4 we're making our mobile game pausable and we're implementing a way to lose!
Learn the basics of React-Native development. In Part 3 we're building the main logic of our mobile game!
Introduction to design systems and Base Web, the React implementation of the Base Design System which helps you build React applications super quickly.
Learn the basics of React-Native development. In Part 2 we're building the home-screen of our mobile app!
Learn the basics of React-Native development. Become confident with built-in components, styling, storing persisting data, animating the UI & more..
The History of React.js on a timeline: 2010-2018.
The most significant milestones of its creation and development over the past 8 years.
I bootstrapped the app with Create React App and made a few pages with Material-UI and my own React stack, which will be open-sourced soon.
These React questions help us at RisingStack to tell the difference between an enthusiastic, knowledgable developer and one that we should avoid hiring.
Easy State is a React state management library which aims to be as close to vanilla JS as possible. By using ES6 Proxies, it can finally complete the magic of transparent reactivity.
8 Tips & Tricks to build better React apps in 2018. Follow these best practices to become a better coder. Which one did you miss so far?
Learn a single approach to handle React forms with Mobx observables without using an already existing form library. Advanced techniques and patterns inside.
Best practices for React.js based on our experience: how you should write a React.js application and recommended libraries for 2016.