React Async for Declarative Data Fetching (scotch.io)
May 31, 2019
Generally, there are two ways of writing code: Imperatively/Declaratively and two ways of fetching Data: Synchronously/Asynchronously. We are more convenient with making requests imperatively using fetch or libraries like axios.
useRef vs useState: Should we re-render or not? (codebeast.dev)
Apr 11, 2019
Getting started with React is not the hard part, it’s understanding React’s lifecycle and how re-rendering works. With these new Hooks API’s, we have an extra layer of question marks regarding when and how reconciliation in the virtual DOM tree happens (aka re-rendering).
Build Better React Forms with Formik (telerik.com)
Feb 22, 2019
Formik is an alternative and more efficient way of building React forms, keeping your React form logic organized and making testing, refactoring, and overall reasoning a breeze. We demonstrate how to leverage the features of Formik to build better React forms.
React vs ReasonReact (blog.pusher.com)
Sep 07, 2018
This tutorial primarily focuses on React and ReasonReact and their benefits and disadvantages. If you don’t already know what ReasonReact is, it can be thought of as a version of React that is built on the statically-typed functional programming language, Reason. In the next sections, we will briefly introduce React and ReasonReact before exploring their pros and cons.
5 React Motion use cases with examples (blog.logrocket.com)
Jun 08, 2018
React-motion is a library that makes it easy to create realistic animations within components using the laws of physics. An endless possibilities of realistic animations can be explored by simply specifying values for stiffness and dampness within one of the exported components.