The React Handbook follows the 80/20 rule - learn in 20% of the time the 80% of a topic.
A quick update from the React Native core team on recent changes made to how they develop and communicate about the React Native project.
Create a statically rendered blog while still using create-react-app-mdx, along with optional TypeScript support.
This Next.js MDX blog kit is designed to give you a fully functional, easy to use (if you are a developer) blog with perfect Lighthouse scores.
React Native APIs turned into React Hooks for use in stateless React components.
In this episode, the panelists talk with today’s guest, Radoslav Stankov, who is a senior developer at Product Hunt. The panel and the guest talk about React, jQuery, Backbone, and much more! Check it out!
Developer Shawn Wang in this post will show you how you can incrementally add functionality to a Gatsby static site with Netlify Functions, and then add authentication with Netlify Identity.
Simple and complete React DOM testing utilities that encourage good testing practices.
Developer Sunil Sandhu created the same app in Vue and React, and this article is about his experience.
React core team member Dan Abramov has published a long list of things he does not know about programming.
In this tutorial, you will learn everything about React’s render prop pattern. Along the way, you will implement a currency converter in React.
The minimal React, Webpack and Babel Setup by Robin Wieruch.
This comprehensive introduction to React was created by Bob Ziroll. Bob is the Director of Education at V School, an award-winning school of technology education.
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.
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.
If learning React is among your goals for 2019, here’s some inspiration from nine-year-old Revel Carlberg West. This video is a recording of his presentation at the React NYC meetup. Totally inspiring.
In this tutorial, you’re going to learn how to create a simple, custom and accessible image lightbox, inside a Gatsby.js application. Written by Sergiy Dybskiy.
A typing animation for your React Native chat app based on simple trigonometry to create better loaders.
How to do animating gradients in React Native.
This article seeks to make you see why Gatsby.js has gained popularity. If you’re already using it, you’ll get a better idea of the features that you could put to use for an even greater development experience.
A set of light weight React Components, which are easily customizable and can be bootstrapped in your project.
What problems React developers run into when reusing existing components and how to solve them with overrides pattern. Written by David Schnurr.
In this article Said Hayani are going to explore the great features and tricks of Next.js, and how to start building your next website with it.
In the following article, Chris Chuck going to discuss 5 concepts that will bring your React skills and knowledge to the next level.
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?”
This post is going to describe how to migrate a simple blog—that has featured images on the posts, comments and tags—from Drupal to Gatsby.
Learn how to create modern and secure applications with two mainstream technologies - React and Symfony. Also, secure the frontend/backend of the app by adding authentication.
The react static site generator that separates editing and code concerns.
A minimal tool chain for creating React applications without all the noise. Just React, Babel and Webpack.
With React Armory, you can learn React without the buzzwords. And all from the comfort of your browser.
Implementing features from real-world apps in React Native by William Candillon.
In this 30 minute talk, learn from Linda Watkins (Director of Marketing at Gatsby) about the paradigm shift happening in website development and how to position the value of modern web technologies to your clients.
Sandip Devarkonda explores what GraphQL is, and then takes it for a spin by building a poll app in which users can vote and on-screen aggregated results that are updated in real time.
Kyle Mathews, creator of Gatsby.js, talk about the future of website development and how Gatsby is the open source software that will take you there.
React advent calendar a bite-sized slice of React wisdom each day. Created by Bekk.
Apollo's co-founder and CEO, Geoff Schmidt, shares his insights on "how to do GraphQL right" and his vision for the ecosystem.