React

Create simple POS with React.js, Node.js, and MongoDB #14: Export PDF, Excel, CSV, Bulk Delete, Inline Editing

In this chapter, we are going to continue from where we left off from the previous chapter. We are about to add more features to our react table to make it feature-rich and dynamic. Here, we are going to add features like document export, bulk delete, and inline editing.

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React User Login Authentication using useContext and useReducer.

In this tutorial we will be discussing how we can implement a user login with React context, useContext and useReducer Hooks.

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How to Creact a React Component Library – Using a Modal Example

React component libraries exports various reusable components for our react projects. In this article, we'll learn how to create our own library using a Modal example.

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Create simple POS with React.js, Node.js, and MongoDB #13: Grouping, Sorting, Pagination

In this chapter we are going to integrate grouping and sorting features to our react table along with pagination.

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Create simple POS with React.js, Node.js, and MongoDB #12 : Getting started with React Table

In this chapter, we are going to learn something new and tackle another challenge. We are going to upgrade the boring old general table feature to a rich full-fledged table with features like filtering, sorting, pagination, grouping, etc.

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Creating Mock API using Mirage in a React application

Creating independent front-ends for any application leads to easily maintainable and flexible code but, for creating such independent front-ends, one has to mock the complete API so that the front-end has data and handles all the requests. 

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Performance Optimizations for React Native Applications

React native has grown to be one of the most popular frameworks for building cross-platform mobile applications. React native allows us to share about 90% of our codebase between multiple platforms while maintaining a native feel and aesthetics.

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Create simple POS with React.js, Node.js, and MongoDB #11: CRUD with Relation

In this chapter, we are going to continue to implement CRUD operation for the Relation data and assign the POS machine to branch.

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React Lesson 15: Checking Homework progress from Lesson 14

Today, we are going to cover homework from Lesson 14 and add comment API to load comments.

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Create simple POS with React.js, Node.js, and MongoDB #10: CRUD Supplier

In this chapter, we are going to continue to implement CRUD operation for the Supplier information of a grocery store.

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