Raphael Ugwu

  Writer, software engineer, and a lifelong student.

   



21 Stories by Raphael Ugwu

Improve mobile UI with React Native safe-area-context

Use React Native safe-area-context to build interfaces that easily adapt to different mobile screens, providing a uniform UX across different devices.
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How to create a React admin panel

Learn how to build an admin panel for React applications with react-admin, a framework that builds admin interfaces by consuming APIs.
5 7 min read

Flask and Vue.js: A tutorial with examples

In this tutorial, we'll learn how to build an e-commerce store with Vue and Flask, a micro web framework written in Python.
6 13 min read

Building cross-platform desktop apps with Svelte, Electron, and Reloadly

Follow along with a tutorial and example build for a cross-platform app using Svelte, Electron, and Reloadly.
0 5 min read

Testing and error handling patterns in Next.js 

Run tests and customize errors in your Next.js application with Cypress, an end-to-end, JavaScript-based testing framework that can improve end user experience.
1 3 min read

Handling server-side applications with Nuxt’s Composition API

In this post, we'll take a look at how the Nuxt Composition API works and best practices for using it in projects.
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Component testing in Nuxt.js

In this article, we're going to set up a game store application with Nuxt.js and test its components.
1 5 min read

Advanced data fetching techniques in Vue

In this post, we'll take a look at the best practices for fetching data in advanced scenarios when working with Vue. We'll also learn...
0 5 min read

Building cross-platform applications with Quasar

With a lot of options out there for frontend development, choosing a particular framework for teams could be a tough decision. It gets trickier...
0 5 min read

What you need to know about Netlify build plugins

In this post, we're going to learn what Netlify build plugins are, what they do, and how you can create one.
0 5 min read

Atomic CSS-in-JS vs. utility-first frameworks

In this article, we'll take a look at atomic CSS-in-JS libraries and utility-first CSS frameworks, how they compare to each other, their shortcomings, and...
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Deploying state machines with frontend frameworks

In this blog post, we'll learn how we can use finite state machines to create interactive and complex transitions in our apps.
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