Juan Cruz Martinez

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10 Stories by Juan Cruz Martinez

The best Node.js web scrapers for your use case

In this article, you'll learn about some of the best Node.js web scraping libraries and techniques for using them.
1 4 min read

Getting started with Create React App and TypeScript

JavaScript is not typed, meaning you can’t assign a data type to a variable, but JavaScript still understands the difference between a number, a...
0 9 min read

React app testing: Jest and React Testing Library

Learn how to test React applications with Jest and React Testing Library, a popular combination and official recommendation from React.
2 11 min read

Integrating Firebase authentication into an Expo mobile app

In this tutorial, you can learn how to build a mobile application with Expo that will integrate with the Firebase authentication module.
4 12 min read

Pollen vs. Tailwind CSS: Finding the better build experience

To make an informed decision about which framework to use in your next project, check out this comparison of Pollen and Tailwind CSS.
0 5 min read

Commitlint: Write more organized code

Make your life easier as a developer by using commitlint to format, standardize, and organize code and messages.
0 4 min read

How and when to force a React component to re-render

React automatically re-renders components, but what happens when a component is not updating as expected? Find out what you can do here.
3 4 min read

Creating a Chrome extension with React and TypeScript

Learn how Chrome extensions work and communicate, then see how to build one using the full power of React and TypeScript.
7 10 min read

Refactoring cascading conditionals in favor of readability

Review the ways you can refactor your wordy and confusing cascading if/else if and switch statements in JavaScript with this tutorial.
3 4 min read

So you think you should stop using React? Here’s why you’re wrong

React has been around for a while, but it has a great future ahead. Here's why you should use it in your projects.
0 4 min read