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Using a <table /> element instead of flexbox for data presentation is a good thing. How to turn the table header sticky with the help of React in that case? How to apply the solution into a production code? This blog post is all about that.
Understanding React state can be difficult for developers new to React. Let's make it easier!
There are plenty of ways to do it, here's how I recommend typing React Components.
If you’re a frontend developer and you start working on an analytics app, then data visualization will soon become a topic of high importance. So what do you usually do when your project requires something more than casually using chart libraries? That’s when a low level visualization library comes in handy.
In this article, I am going to share with you an approach to doing application development with React in a test-driven fashion — a truly powerful, yet neglected art. Think of it as a unicorn of the programming paradigms — it makes a lot of sense, yet doesn’t exist in real life. Or does it?