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Explore how to build fully customized, accessible, and better modals in React using a React API called Portals.
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Mastering programming is hard. There are no shortcuts. It involves putting in tons of work. You’ll have to code as often as possible to get good at it.
I’m excited about React Server Components. In this post, I will summarize the benefits and limitations in a few quick points.
When we make apps using the SAFE stack, our client-side state is usually managed by Elmish. One of the benefits of this ‘Model-View-Update’ (MVU) pattern is that having a single, immutable record of your app’s complete state makes it easy to reason about and debug.
Dev tool for inspecting React components and jump to local IDE for component code.
It's a wonderful tool. In many ways, it's changed how I think about CSS architecture, and has helped me keep my codebase clean and modular, just like React!
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