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A collection of beautiful (and hopefully useful) React hooks to speed-up your components and hooks development.
The ultimate snippets collection and VS Code extension that automatically exposes all available snippets for every library you are using in your project.
No more clicking around to create files in your react project! Awesome React Generator is Command Line Tool that let's you generate component files/folders without leaving your terminal.
If you’re not sure how to test a specific part of your React application, this article might be useful to you. Although you probably won’t a direct answer that you can copy and past, by understanding how the examples work, you’ll be able to adapt them to your specific situation.
Writing tests can be a real struggle for beginners. It's like developing in a completely new environment. You may not know what to test. You might spend hours to write a simple test case because you hit error after error. You're used to developing in the browser and it's great dev tools. But testing just doesn't work the same way.
Starting with MongoDB 101, you’ll learn how to set up your first cloud-based MongoDB database, connect to your MongoDB Atlas cluster or local instance using Studio 3T, import collections from JSON and CSV files, write and run your first MongoDB queries, including aggregations, export query results to a JSON file, translate SQL queries to the MongoDB query language and use IntelliShell to load script files and run queries.