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Tried & True Productivity Tips from 25 React Experts

The KendoReact team curated the top productivity tips of 25 React experts, from smart ways to hit the ground running with React to advanced productivity hacks. Includes ideas from Emma Wedekind, Kent C. Dodds, vjeux and many more. Check them out!

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Vegetarian-Friendly State for React — Easy-Peasy

Easy Peasy provides you with an intuitive API to quickly and easily manage the state for your React application. Batteries are included - no configuration is required to support derived state, API calls, performance optimisation, developer tools etc.

Boost your GraphQL development with GraphQL Zeus

GraphQL Zeus is an open-source (MIT) graphql client & code generator working with a Browser, Node.js & React Native. It provides an auto-complete client library for JavaScript or TypeScript supporting auto-completion for strongly typed queries. It’s maintained by Artur Czemiel (follow him on Twitter for latest GraphQL Zeus news & updates).

Redux Style Guide

This is the official style guide for writing Redux code. It lists our recommended patterns, best practices, and suggested approaches for writing Redux applications.

Using Composition in React to Avoid "Prop Drilling"

You can compose your React components in different ways to avoid passing props down multiple levels, thereby increasing your component's flexibility PLUS making it more explicit.

Inversion of Control

A simple principle that can drastically improve your reusable code.


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