David Omotayo

  Frontend developer and indie game enthusiast.


26 Stories by David Omotayo

Using Ariakit components in React apps

Ariakit is an open source, low-level component toolkit for building accessible web applications in React. Let's explore how to use it.
0 8 min read

A new guide to CSS overflow

This resource for the CSS overflow property investigates its values and suggests different ways to address the overflow problem in CSS.
2 6 min read

Vite 3.0 vs. Create React App: Comparison and migration guide

Learn how to build React applications with Vite and how to migrate from Create React App to Vite. Compare the core concepts of both...
2 9 min read

Build gorgeous flow diagrams with Svelvet

Easily create gorgeous, customizable flow diagrams in Svelte with the newly released Svelvet. Learn about Svelvetā€™s core concepts.
0 6 min read

Build 3D visuals in Vue with Lunchbox.js

In this article, we introduce the core concepts of Lunchbox.js and demonstrate how to use this tool to create 3D visuals in Vue.
0 9 min read

Getting started with PixiJS and React: Create a canvas

Learn how to implement PixiJS applications in React to render rich, 2D graphics. Walk through a demo of several PixiJS animation examples.
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How to implement reCAPTCHA in a React application

In this article, we'll demonstrate how to implement reCAPTCHA v2 in a React application and how to verify user tokens in a Node.js backend.
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React scroll animations with Framer Motion

Learn how to use Framer Motion to create scroll animations for a React app. Create stunning animations without CSS.
3 7 min read

How to build faster animation transitions in React

This quick demonstration explores how to create faster transition animations in React using transition-hook.
0 8 min read

Top React dashboard libraries

Here's a curated list of the best free, open source React dashboard templates that can be easily set up and modified for projects as...
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Cascade layers: Control the CSS cascade with the @layer at-rule

Learn about CSS cascade layers. The @layer at-rule can be used to prevent or address conflicts regarding layer order and specificity.
0 6 min read

Svelte vs. Vue: Comparing framework internals

Svelte improves on what made us love Vue to begin with, like high performance, a lightweight and familiar templating syntax, and an easy learning...
2 12 min read