In this tutorial, you'll learn how to secure a React application by implementing user authentication. It covers the most common authentication use case (login and logout) for a React application but also explores advanced authentication patterns to consider.
Let’s say we have a button in the left panel of UI that changes some state in the right panel, and those panels are sibling React components.
In this article, you'll learn how to build a to-do list application that allows you to sign in, create and delete a to-do, and add comments to each to-do using React Native and Socket.io.
The React ecosystem changes quite a bit, and if you're not actively on Twitter, reddit, or following several newsletters, it can be pretty difficult to keep track of what the latest best practice is.
To optimize the interaction, we need to figure out what makes it slow. Our go-to tool for that is Chrome DevTools.
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