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Whether you are a frontend or backend developer, a devOps enthusiast or a designer, if you are in Belgium or willing to travel, Workshop Summit is for you! This tech event brings a new concept to town: 1-week of hands-on workshops only in technologies like React, VueJS, Kubernetes, SVG animation or Java with engaged community members as trainers!
This article assumes you have a basic knowledge of Redux and Immer. If you are not familiar with Immer already, I highly recommend you to check out their official page here before you continue.
There are many options for managing state in React: Redux, MobX, Apollo, Context API, Hooks API, and the list goes on. However, they’re arguably a bit too complicated for the casual React developer — even seasoned software engineers often struggle to get it right.
Previously, the Next.js documentation lived in a single readme.md document. Over the past 3 years the documentation consistently improved, growing in size to cover all areas of the framework. Over time the documentation page became quite long and we started getting community feedback that it would be preferable for the documentation to be split into smaller chunks so that they could be independently consumed and searched for.
In this tutorial we're going to use #ReactJS to create a wonderful #Timeline Component. Also, we're going to use #CSS to add some magic 🎩on top to make it look beautiful!
As we head into the next decade, here's a throwback to remind ourselves how far we've come. An iPod Classic build using React Hooks (no Redux this time), TypeScript, and GraphQL.
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