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This week I finally finished a side project I have been working on over the past few months to learn React and Redux in TypeScript; it is a Password Manager type app which if you want to check out you can find over on GitHub.
Struggling to wrap your head around Redux? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. I’ve heard from many, many people that Redux is the biggest barrier to writing the React apps they want to. By the end of this post you’ll understand what Redux is for, and how to know when it’s time to add it to your own app.
Simple Fullstack GraphQL Application. API built with Express + GraphQL + Sequelize (supports MySQL, Postgres, Sqlite and MSSQL). WebApp built with React + Redux to access the API. Written in ES6 using Babel + Webpack.
I've been writing React applications for a few years now, and I've noticed that some patterns tend to repeat themselves. In this post, I'll review these patterns which will summarize about 99% of the React code I write every day.
Gone are the days where I spend my time bouncing back and forth between the terminal, browser and editor. Ain’t nobody got time for that! In this guide I will show you how to supercharge your React workflow with Visual Studio Code’s debugging features. You will learn how to hook up VSCode and Chrome so you can debug browser code directly from VSCode 😎