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What’s new in Create React App 3

Released at the end of April 2019, Create React App (CRA) 3 adds linting rules to hooks and TypeScript projects, along with other improvements...
Esteban Herrera
4 min read

New in Chrome 74: Prefers-reduced-motion media query

Animations can be a really powerful way to convey a message, clarify functions, or even simply add eye candy. They can also be annoying,...
Facundo Corradini
4 min read

5 things you didn’t know about React DevTools

If you’re into React development, chances are you’ve tried the official React DevTools. This browser extension lets you debug your components, and is available...
Kristofer Selbekk
7 min read

React Navigation vs. React Native Navigation: Which is right…

Disclaimer: This post comprises my personal opinion, which was built on the experience of using multiple navigation libraries for React Native apps. When it...
Zain Sajjad
4 min read

Automatically generate your own React components with plop.js

Do you often find yourself copying and pasting old components as templates for new components? I know I do. Having worked with Angular before,...
Austin Malerba
4 min read

Getting started with BootstrapVue

Vue.js is a popular JavaScript library used for developing prototypes in a short time. This includes user interfaces, front-end applications, static webpages, and native...
Peter Ekene Eze
6 min read

5 things to consider when creating your CSS style guide

A CSS style guide is a set of standards and rules on how to use and write CSS code. It often contains global branding...
Silvestar Bistrović
5 min read

Common JavaScript “gotchas”

JavaScript has been getting a lot of new, sugary features ever since we got over Harmony, while more features can allow us to write...
Casper Beyer
5 min read

New in Firefox 66: animating CSS Grid

Firefox is continuously improving, and the Mozilla team manages to surprise us with every new release. We have seen outstanding improvements on their dev...
Facundo Corradini
4 min read

TensorFlow.js: An intro and analysis with use cases

What is TensorFlow.js? TensorFlow.js is a JavaScript library developed by Google for training and using machine learning (ML) models in the browser. It’s a...
Ben Gubler
3 min read

Getting started with the new Vue CLI 3

TL;DR: This article will take you through all of the steps required to use Vue CLI 3, the new graphical user interface and the...
Nwose Lotanna
6 min read

Interfaces in TypeScript: What are they and how do…

JavaScript gives developers a great deal of flexibility. A variable initialized as an integer can be assigned a function literal at run-time. Types of...
Ankita Masand
12 min read