#296 What Would Happen If You Mutated Your React Redux State?
A visual journey through one of the interesting crossroads developers find themselves at when building a web application: the approach we take to building the UI components. Which way to go: build our own components or buy a third-party UI library?
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We're well aware of redux's need for immutability. Most of us have an immutability tool to manage our state easily. It's even the first redux best practice: Do Not Mutate State. But have you ever wondered what would actually happen if you mutated your state? Should we try?
In this article, we’ll look at how to create an outside focus and click handler with React. You’ll learn how to recreate an open-source React component from scratch in doing so.
Here are my tips for maintaining and using React and Redux in your application without going mad.
Everybody knows that you can do it easily with an IDE like VSCode or WebStorm, but what if you are not using them? How do you go about debugging them? Spoiler alert - it is not with console.log().
So In this article, we'll see how to build an accordion in React completely from scratch in a step-by-step way without using any external library.