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Track your webpack bundle analysis over time, optimize your individual assets, and bring this data right into your GitHub pull requests. Never wonder how your code changes will effect your asset profile again.
The goal of this tutorial is to quickly get you off the ground with React concepts. This tutorial has hands on exercises which I consider to be the most important part of this tutorial.
Recently, I have written about fetching data using Hooks and Render Props. The purpose of that article was to fetch and display data. In this post, I would like to revisit that article and extend it with examples to show how to use the same concept to perform other types of actions (e.g POSTing data).
Most tutorials introduce React as a UI library. This makes sense because React is a UI library. That’s literally what the tagline says!
In this tutorial, we are going to learn about how to test react components by using a jest testing framework.
Back in December, we released React-Redux version 6.0. This release featured a major rearchitecture of the implementations for <Provider> and connect, centered around our use of React's context API.