Animated transitions with React Router, understanding Redux, and more
Have you ever had a bug where things were happening in the wrong order, or particular style changes were being ignored?
As a fan of C++ (that doesn’t mean I know it well enough), I loved the idea that Node.js is based on libuv (written in C) and V8 (written in C++, well, for the most part). So it’s kind of easy to dig. Easy peasy, right? Easy.. peasy..
A React environment for cross platform native desktop apps
Lately, there’s been a lot of fuss around React. It is the hottest thing around at the moment. Most of the companies, at least in my area, are looking for React developers, Angular & Vue are being left behind. This has forced most developers to get at least familiar with the library.
If you're reading this you've probably discovered that React Router doesn't come with a solution for animated transitions out of the box. That ties into React Router's philosophy - it gives you routing primitives that you can build on and trusts you can figure out the rest. Because every app has different needs, this approach is the safest. What we'll do in this post is figure out a way to use 'React Transition Group' alongside React Router to add animated transitions to our app.
A list of bad things I’ve found on my new job
Learn how to build Single Page Applications in this Vue Tutorial for 2018. This is a 100% free course with video and written lessons. Learn Vue.js 2 by example!
How I learned to stop worrying and love the function
Wasting time formatting your code is a monotonous task and Prettier has been designed to solve this problem of wasting time on it. So it helps you overcome formatting fatigue with a very easy setup.