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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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The American dictionary states that suspense means a feeling of excitement while waiting for something uncertain to happen. So, let’s get excited and learn about React.Suspense and how this helps us wait for something uncertain!
In this talk, we will walk you through how Redux is an instance of a Publish/Subscribe (Pub/Sub) model. I’ll use that perspective to redefine what an "Action" should represent to enable scalability with ease. To benefit from this talk, you must have a fundamental understanding of Redux.
In this React component tutorial by example, we will create a React Slider Component with React Hooks and a Function Component. You can see the final output of this implementation in this CodeSandbox or in this GitHub repository. If you want to implement it step by step, just follow the tutorial.
Have you never been able to make that menu appear in the awesome way you've always wanted? Perhaps you've got lots of experience making things move with CSS animations, but you want to learn how (or if) a modern animations library could make your life easier? Or perhaps you just want to have fun and see how easy it is to animate elements in React using Framer Motion? Then read on! This article won't give you all the answers, but hopefully it will help you getting started.
Being heavy users of git, specially GitHub we couldn’t wait to get our hands into GitHub actions and experiment if it could be a good fit for our Q&A process. In this article we explain how to setup continuous integration and deployment workflows for ReactJS using GitHub actions.