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Framer Motion is an open source React animation library brought to you by Framer. You can make complex, vibrant animations relatively easily with its declarative, prop-driven API and components. This article will begin by covering some basic Framer Motion examples. The second half will kick it up a notch by using those concepts to build a drag and drop component UI.
What exactly is Render in React, how can we force a class or functional component to re-render, and can it be done without calling setState?
I am impressed by the expressiveness of React hooks. You can do so much by writing so little. But the brevity of hooks has a price — they’re relatively difficult to get started. This is true for useEffect() — the hook that manages side-effects in React components.
Forms are an integral part of how users interact with our websites and web applications. Validating the data the user passes through the form is a critical aspect of our jobs as web developers. However, it doesn’t have to be a pain-staking process. In this article, we’ll learn how Formik handles the state of the form data, validates the data, and handles form submission.
A practical guide written by the people who do the resume screening: engineering managers and technical recruiters working at tech companies. Also, Gergely gives the book for free to developers who have lost their jobs due to current world situation.