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#391 – January 30, 2023

The Key To Good Component Design Is Selfishness

In this article, Daniel Yuschick demonstrates that building selfish components is the key approach to avoiding different pitfalls on the way to good component design.

Don’t build a CSV importer (sponsor)

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Create Your Own tRPC Stack

Arguably the first tech stack that was called as such was the LAMP stack, which was traced back to a 1998 issue of the German computing magazine: Computertechnik.

10 Web Development Trends in 2023

While, in my personal opinion, the web development landscape slowed down for a few years (2016-2021), it started to gain lots of traction just last year.

Create a movie search page

This is a detailed tutorial that solves the Movie search page exercise. If you haven't already, try to solve it yourself first before reading the solution.

Little React Things: Cleaning up dependencies

We're going to look at a simple way to trim some unnecessary dependencies from our dependency lists.

Making Your React Native Gestures Feel Natural

When working with draggable elements in React Native mobile apps, there are some simple ways to help gestures and animations feel better and more natural.

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