How Gatsby scales with your expertise and scope

Many who use Gatsby are not React professionals, or were not React professionals when they began using Gatsby. Some have used other frameworks before. Some knew JavaScript. Others still may have been entirely new to programming! In any scenario, this individual of disparate experience and expertise was able to use, enjoy, and love using Gatsby.

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Gatsby Plugin Transition Link

TransitionLink provides a simple api for describing expressive transitions between pages in Gatsbyjs. Page links are used to determine which transition should fire, making page transitions flexible and easy to use. It is compatible with declarative react animation libraries like react-pose and react-spring.

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useHooks - One new React Hook recipe every day

Hooks are an upcoming feature that lets you use state and other React features without writing a class. They're currently in React v16.7.0-alpha. useHooks website provides easy to understand React hook code examples, with the goal of helping people understand how hooks work and to feel more comfortable writing their own.

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5 Common Practices That You Can Stop Doing In React

At this point, it’s tough to argue that React is one of the most loved libraries on the planet. There is a tremendous amount of interest in React and new developers are swayed into the platform because of its UI-first approach. And while both the library and the entire React ecosystem have matured over the years, there are certain instances where you find yourself asking “what’s the right way to do this, exactly?”

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