With emerging cloud technologies (i.e. Amplify) it is now easier than ever to build production ready, robust, scalable modern web applications. Let's build our own fullstack serverless app with React.
Unveiling pros and cons of such cross-platform development frameworks as Flutter and React Native. Discover what suits you better.
In this lesson, we will learn about middlewares in Redux. We will understand what are they, how we can create one and how to use it in our app.
Our previous lesson was devoted to a more convenient way of how to write reducers using seamless APIs to add/remove elements and not to worry about any processes to be changed in between.
With static sites becoming more common, the need for filtering, sorting, and pagination on the frontend alone has never been more apparent. With React and Redux, implementing these features is simple.
This post is going to be about giving you a quick start if you are interested in learning and developing mobile apps using React Native. Few fair advantages for developers from web background.
Let's explore how to work with data. We've used a denormalized structure for displaying our articles so far. Now, we'll normalize the data.
In this chapter, we will continue from our previous chapters by discussing how to setup ReCaptcha and set up CORS. After publishing our backend and frontend, the first thing that should be considered
Hey all! Today we will start our lesson with your home task and see what data should be kept in store and what -- in the state of the components.
react-router is an amazing library. Here's how to create a simple app using it.
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