#299 Figma to React
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A tool that converts Figma designs to React code.
As a React developer, you’ve most likely come across situations where optimizing the performance of a component is necessary. There are certain cases where rendering a component might be so expensive that it uses up a lot of CPU resources and/or memory (i.e rendering a graph with thousands of data points).
In this article, we will discuss state management using Redux, Hooks, and Recoil in a typical React application and their best uses cases.
In this post, let’s take a look at a popular React pattern — Compound Component. This pattern allows writing complex components in a clean and declarative way. It proved to be so useful that almost all of the popular React UI libraries, such as Material UI, Semantic UI, Chakra UI, and many others, ended up adopting it.
The state is the most complex thing in React that beginners, as well as experienced developers, struggle to understand. So in this article, we'll explore all about the state in React.