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A minimal, easy-to-use and highly adjustable dropdown for React

Styling <select> and <option> elements is a hassle when creating a custom dropdown. Many UI component libraries have great dropdown components but these are often heavily styled and not easy to overwrite. react-kiwi-dropdown is an easy to use dropdown component which makes overwriting default styles a breeze.

Redux with Code-Splitting and Type Checking

Redux has become the go-to state management system for React applications. While plenty of material exists about Redux best practices in Single Page Applications (SPAs), there isn’t a lot of material on putting together a store for a large, monolithic application.

React Fiber Deep Dive with Dan Abramov

Jani and Phil got a problem. There are too many damn divs! With the help of Jenn Creighton and special guest Dan Abramov, we learn how to hack React Fiber reconciler internals to make the world a less div-ided place.

Smooth Animations With React and Framer Motion

Frame Motion is an open source React library to power production-ready animations

How I ruined my application performances by using React context instead of Redux

As you can see, this is a trello-like Kanban board where each column represents a sprint. The idea is that you have two distinct zones: the top one to organise your EPICs and the bottom one to manage your dependencies. I chose React to develop the frontend part, but I made a big architectural mistake at the very beginning of the project.