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Deploy a React App Using KendoReact and Netlify

Get hands-on with this blog post and learn how to use the Kendo UI Template Wizard to scaffold a new React application, build an Airbnb-like component and deploy it on Netlify. Try it out!

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Structured data, SEO and React

People being able to discover your website when they search is important. This post is about how you can add structured data to a site. Adding structured data will help search engines like Google understand your content, and get it in front of more eyeballs. We'll illustrate this by making a simple React app which incorporates structured data.

Useful React APIs for building flexible components with TypeScript

React with JSX is a fantastic tool for making easy-to-use components. Typescript components make it an absolute pleasure for developers to integrate your components into their apps and explore your APIs. Learn about three lesser-known React APIs that can take your components to the next level, and help you build even better React Components in this article.

Stepping up your Redux game with Redux toolkit and TypeScript

A brief overview of some cool features on Redux Toolkit that will boost code quality on your next React project

A visual guide to React rendering cheat sheet

When does react component re-render? What can cause the re-render, and how to prevent unnecessary renders? Here is a quick cheat sheet you can refer to whenever you find yourself asking these questions.

How to replace useState with useRef and be a winner

React state is a safe default — if you put a dynamic value somewhere else, the component won’t re-render. But stuffing values that don’t need to be managed by react into state is more sneaky. It rarely results in visible bugs, but makes your components more complex and slows them down.