Nathan Sebhastian

  https://sebhastian.com A senior software developer with experience in building fullstack JavaScript app with React and Express. You can find me online at sebhastian.com.

   



16 Stories by Nathan Sebhastian

Build better React forms with Formik

Formik totally changes the way you write forms with React — for the better.
0 7 min read

How passing props to component works in React

Master how to pass props (properties) to components in React with this useful beginner's guide, including demo code.
6 7 min read

Stitches: A modern, server-rendered CSS-in-JS library

Focus on component-based architecture using Stitches, a server-rendered CSS-in-JS library that provides built-in support for variants.
0 5 min read

How does UmiJS stack up against Next.js?

Both Umi and Next.js support routing and server-side rendering, as well as TypeScript, out of the box. Here's how the frameworks compare.
0 2 min read

7 popular icon libraries you can use for free

Universally recognized icons help users navigate and engage with your app. Best of all, you can access many icon libraries to use in your...
2 4 min read

Compiled: A CSS-in-JS library without the runtime cost

Learn how Compiled can help you take full advantage of the great developer experience of writing CSS-in-JS without sacrificing performance.
3 3 min read

Introduction to Hegel

Learn how to implement and use Hegel, a new type checker library that combines a static, strong type system with great type inference, and...
1 4 min read

Introduction to nanoSQL

nanoSQL provides a standardized query language that can be used in all types of supported databases, enabling you to connect multiple database systems without...
0 8 min read

Comparing schema validation libraries: Zod vs. Yup

The validateSchema function is not enough to validate a complex data structure. See how schema validation libraries Yup and Zod compare in terms of...
1 6 min read

Introduction to treat

Learn how treat can help you reduce CSS-in-JS runtime overhead while simultaneously providing legacy browser support and type safety.
2 2 min read

Introduction to Blitz.js

Gone are the days when creating a new project meant simply using Rails. With Blitz, you can deploy your application as a single entity...
0 4 min read

5 reasons why people aren’t using new CSS features

Although new CSS features and properties are developed and released every year, web developers rarely learn them or use them in their projects. This...
2 3 min read