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You’ve built a React web app and would love to bring it to iOS and Android. That means you have to learn React Native first, right? As it turns out, there’s an easier way to deploy to mobile. With Capacitor, a new native runtime for web apps, you can deploy any React-based web app as a PWA, iOS, or Android app - all from the same codebase.
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It is crucial to display informative messages when validation checks fail so that the user can take the appropriate action. In this post, we look at different ways these validation error messages can be specified and output in React Hook Form. We will also cover how to create a generic validation error summary component.
In this article, you will learn how to build and test react components in isolation using Storybook. You will also learn how to use the knobs addon to modify data directly from the storybook explorer.
I built a very basic app. Along the way, I learned some tips, which I will explain in this article. I thought it would be very buggy on the web. But, to my surprise, there wasn’t a single obstacle that I wasn’t able to overcome, at least in my simple app.
As user interactivity becomes more prevalent in modern apps, it is sometimes nice to have draggable components implemented in your apps. Think of Trello or website builders like Wix. They have drag-and-drop elements which makes it easy and intuitive for users.
A timeline component for React with vertical and horizontal modes, slideshow, custom themes, and keyboard support.