Lawrence Eagles

  Senior full-stack developer, writer, and instructor.

   



11 Stories by Lawrence Eagles

How to use the react-native-picker-select

Although react-naive-picker-select is not a full-blown form handling component, it is great at what it does, and it can make implementing select fields in...
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Guess.js and Gatsby site optimization

This article will explain how to integrate Guess.js into a Gatsby site to increase site efficiency and improve UX.
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Advanced React Hooks: Creating custom reusable Hooks

In this article, you can learn the practical applications of reusable React Hooks. After reading, you should be able to create your own advanced...
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A guide to classic static blocks in JavaScript

Here, you can learn about the syntax and semantics of classic static blocks in JavaScript, which make object-oriented programming more powerful.
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Debugging React applications with the React Profiler API and the Profiler DevTool

There are several tools to measure performance optimization in React, learn more about the React Profiler DevTool and the React Profiler API in this...
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What’s new in create-react-app 4.0.0

Create React App 4.0.0 is a major release and it comes with some awesome features. Learn more about the new features and notable changes.
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Adding video with Vime.js

Vime.js is a modern framework-agnostic media player. It ships with support for video hosting services like Youtube, Vimeo, and more.
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Getting started with radioactive state in React

Learn what you need to know (and what you need to look out for) when getting started with radioactive state.
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React patterns to avoid common pitfalls in local state management

Review some of the most common pitfalls of local state management in React, along with the patterns to help avoid them.
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Speed up your React app with dynamic imports and route-centric code splitting

Read about route-centric code splitting and leveraging dynamic imports, React.lazy(), and Suspense to create a more performant React app.
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What’s new in TypeScript 4.0

Without a doubt, these features will improve both the developer experience and the efficiency of using TypeScript.
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