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#376 — October 03, 2022


How To Implement a React Upload (DropZone) Component

Learn how a ready-made React dropzone (Upload) component can make your life much easier. Read more.

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Get in Zoomer, We're Saving React

Lately, it seems popular to talk smack about React. Both the orange and red site recently spilled the tea about how mean Uncle React has been, and how much nicer some of these next-gen frameworks supposedly are.

The new wave of Javascript web frameworks

Make sense of the proliferation of new Javascript web frameworks. A deep dive into the problems at scale and the recent evolution of innovation.

Building accessible Select component in React

Select components are everywhere on the internet. The little dropdowns are the core of the web as we know it and have been with us since HTML 2.0 Specification was published in 1995.

Grasping React Hooks

Hooks are weird, and can be hard to reason about. They kind of (but don't actually!) establish a new domain-specific language on top of JavaScript, with its own set of rules and behaviors, and they can make it easy to lose track of what's actually really happening in your code.

The JavaScript Concepts You Should Know Before Learning React

In this article, we are going to take a look at some of those JavaScript concepts that you must know before learning React. A good understanding of these topics is fundamental in building large scale React applications. So without further ado, let's get started.