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This is a beginner tutorial in understanding React Hooks and the Context API. In reality, this is more of an attempt to explain these concepts to my self and to interested readers. This will be in two parts with this first part focusing on the basics of hooks.
Just over six months into a job doing React development, I’ve been trying to figure out why it has taken me so long to feel comfortable with it. (Comfortable feels a bit too ambitious of a word. Maybe competent? Unexceptional? Whichever.)
In this article, we will create a production ready website and deploy it on a DigitalOcean server in the cloud with SSL/HTTPS encryption. We will be using Create-React-App to build the website, DigitalOcean for hosting, and Let's Encrypt for free SSL encryption.
In this article we’ll create a React usePosition() hook to fetch and follow browser’s location. Under the hood we’ll use getCurrentPosition and watchPosition functions that are provided by global object navigator.geolocation.
GraphQL is a query language for APIs and a runtime for fulfilling those queries with your existing data. GraphQL provides a complete and understandable description of the data in your API as well as gives clients the power to ask for exactly what they need and nothing more.