#77 How I converted my React app to VanillaJS (and whether or not it was a terrible idea)
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This is a long and winding tale (with lots of code) of my attempts replicate JSX syntax, component structure, server-side rendering, and React’s update magic with VanillaJS.
While working on a personal open-source project Container Hive, I faced quite a few challenges to get particles animating correctly between each Docker container. Container Hive tries to help you visualize how everything fits together between your services. Here’s what that currently looks like…
As an initial caveat: I've accumulated a lot of knowledge about Redux, but like all of us, what I know has limits. I've primarily used Redux in practice as part of one application in a specific environment. There's many things I've read about but only used at basic levels, like client-side routing, functional programming, unit testing, and "scaling" applications.
For the record, asking someone these questions probably isn’t the best way to get a deep understanding of their experience with React. React Interview Questions just seemed like a better title thanThings you may or may not need to know in React but you may find helpful none the less.
Getting used to React involves changing how you solve certain kinds of problems. It reminds me a little bit of learning to drive on the other side of the road.