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The <table> element doesn’t offer most of the features that make for a good data browsing experience. If we use the KendoReact Data Grid component, we get a ton of extra features, any one of which is non-trivial to pull off nicely, and all together make for an extremely compelling solution. Read this blog by Chris Coyier.
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As code proposers and members of a team, we have the responsibility to set up our reviewers for success. This article covers 6 concrete tips that will make your React pull requests easier to review and allow you to receive higher-quality reviews today.
Before we move on to the new features of React 18, let's understand some concepts that you might not be familiar with, such as Server Side Rendering, Suspense, and Hydration. If you already know what these are, you can directly go and read the changes section.
Many programmers may feel quite confused about the difference between useCallBack and useMemo. Why do useMemo and useCallback expect a function? Not to worry if you have the same query or concern about React-Hooks.
Recently I decided to take the dive into making my web app progressive. Some of the benefits are excellent caching, sped up page load times and the ability for a user to install it "natively".
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