These top-level API’s will help you to write your React components more efficiently, and knowing when and how to use them is crucial to your development cycle.
Learn how GraphQL mesh can benefit frontend developers and end users alike with its capabilities to integrate data of all kinds of different formats.
Automating your deployment process helps you deliver your product faster and allows your team to focus on building and collecting valuable feedback from customers. Learn how to set up continuous deployment for your React projects hosted on Firebase.
If you’re already familiar with SQL, Open Distro makes interacting with Elasticsearch clusters a breeze.
CSS combinators come in handy when you want to alter HTML you don’t have access to or pinpoint the section you want to style with high accuracy. In this tutorial, learn how to style your HTML with CSS combinators.
With PWAs, you can request permission to display browser notifications, use the cache to make your website load faster, and more. Learn how to create notifications, add elements to the cache that aren’t defined in the service worker, and establish communication between the client and service workers in a PWA.
One of the biggest hidden benefits of GraphQL is its human-friendliness.
This post lists several UIs that support dark mode out of the box to make developers’ lives easier when they’re looking to improve user experience.
Technically the same user experience can be accomplished with the current technology without React Suspense but it can be said that creating a better user experience requires a better developer experience.
The useLocalStorageState Hook makes it easier to persist data in the browser by abstracting the use of localStorage into a React Hook.