Next.js 11 (nextjs.org)
Jun 15, 2021
Next.js 11 continues our mission to create the best developer experience with a new conformance system and performance improvements.
How to: React Table with Sort (robinwieruch.de)
Jun 14, 2021
In this tutorial, I want to show you how to use React Table Library with its useSort plugin for a sort feature. In the previous example, you have already installed React Table Library to create a table component. Now, we will enable users to sort columns in the table by clicking on a column's header.
Using Forms in React (daveceddia.com)
May 12, 2021
In this article we’ll be focusing on using plain React, with no libraries. You’ll learn how forms really work, so you can confidently build them yourself. And if later you choose to add a form library, you’ll know how they work under the hood.
Top React Native boilerplates for 2021 (blog.logrocket.com)
May 06, 2021
If you’re familiar with React Native, you know that starting a project from scratch can be a very tedious, repetitive, and time-consuming process. For that reason, in this article, we will take a look at some of the most popular React Native boilerplates that will help you start a project much faster.
What’s new in React Hook Form V7 (blog.logrocket.com)
May 03, 2021
In early April, the React team released a new version of the library, React Hook Form V7. The hot take from this version is that React Hook Form now supports strictly typed forms with the help of TypeScript, which bodes well for the library’s future.
Next.js 10.2 (nextjs.org)
Apr 28, 2021
Next.js 10.2 introduces performance improvements (faster builds, refresh, and startup), improved accessibility, Automatic Webfont Optimization, and more.
What’s new in Next.js 10.1 (blog.logrocket.com)
Apr 26, 2021
As a part of this release, many of these features are tweaked for optimization while introducing a few new ones like a custom 500 error page, preview mode detection, and typescript config extension to state a few. In this article, we will explore these in more detail.
Using Material UI in React Native (blog.logrocket.com)
Apr 26, 2021
The heavy hitter of Material Design component libraries on React Native is react-native-paper, and this guide will focus on using react-native-paper to set up a starter app with the some of the most prominent and recognizable Material Design features: Hamburger Menu, Drawer Navigation, FAB (Floating Action Button), and Contextual Action Bar.