Because React Router is just components, you can do crazy things like having recursive routes. In this post we’ll learn how they work by breaking down the ‘Recursive Paths’ example on the React Router docs.
The marketing pitch for Hooks is that they allow you to add state and other React features to function components. In reality, they're much more than that. In this course you'll start by learning the mental model behind Hooks. Once you've got that you'll learn each Hook individually followed by a practical, real-world problem set to work through.
If you're serious about learning React, there's no better place to do it. Originally launched in 2016, this course has been taken by tens of thousands of developers and maintains an average rating of 4.8/5. Since then we've rebuilt it from the ground up to include all of the best practices and newest APIs for building professional React apps in 2019.
In this episode of React Native Radio, the panelists talk to Tyler McGinnis. They talk about the new React APIs that are coming out and discuss using React on the web. They also touch on the tools that are up to date right now, imposter syndrome, and feeling left behind. They stress the importance of not comparing yourself to other developers and staying focused on progressing in your own personal development career.