David Aji
Nov 27, 2020 ⋅ 7 min read

Creating a Google Keep clone with React and Firebase

David Aji Frontend developer.

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2 Replies to "Creating a Google Keep clone with React and Firebase"

  1. This tutorial is neat, but as it seems to be outdated and doesn’t work in its current version. Notes don’t post when focus is changed. Would you be willing to update it, and maybe add some more clear instructions in some areas? It was not always clear where something should go.
    Also – I had to include the line props.onShowInput(true); to the onFocus as the title wouldn’t show otherwise.

    1. Thanks for the helpful feedback. We’ll review this post and put it under consideration for an update.

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