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React Conditional Rendering With Type Safety and Exhaustive Checking

Utilising a union and record type for type safe and exhaustive conditional rendering...

Lloyd




React Beautiful Conditional Rendering With

Conditional rendering is one of the most commonly used in React. As the application grows and things get complex, conditional rendering statements may become less readable. In this article, we will discuss how to write beautiful conditionals in React with ease....

Bit




Demystifying Server Side Rendering: Let's build our own SSR server with Node.js

As part of my learning process I like to challenge myself to reverse engineer logic that seems to be doing "magic" or at least, acting as a black box when we're using it. I've done it with the reactive behavior of React, and I've also done it with bundlers, now it's time for S...

Bit




Design better contexts in React

Contexts are a powerful tool in the ecosystem of React. They are widely used to share data across the component tree without passing it as props through every component. From my experience with various codebases, some contexts are misdesigned and tend to violate consistency pa...

JavaScript In Plain English




Nest JS Part 1: Creating Your First API

Originally Posted On - https://www.nandhakumar.io/post/nest-js-part-1-creating-your-first-api Hi There! 👋 It's been a couple of months working with Nest.JS and I love the way the framework build to develop scalable server-side applications I am still trying to learn more abou...

Nandhakumar • Freelancer • App Developer • UI/UX




The Battle of the Front-End Frameworks: Angular vs. React vs. Vue.js

What is Angular vs. React vs. Vue.js? Or, why should I use Reactjs when making a new app or website? The battle of the front-end frameworks has raged on for years, and it's far from over. Many......

Sophia Tondon




Definitive Guide to Unit Testing in React Applications with Jest and React-Testing

In this in-depth guide, we will create a React app and cover a complete guide to how we can perform unit tests on the React application using _Jest_ and _React Testing Library_ so that you can hone your testing skills and learn how to create a tame React application....

StackAbuse




How to split JavaScript strings into sentences, words or graphemes with "Intl.Segmenter"

Intl.Segmenter` enables you to split strings into meaningful parts such as words, sentences and graphemes....

stefan judis




ECMAScript proposal: `Array.fromAsync()`

This blog post is about the ECMAScript proposal "Array.fromAsync for JavaScript" by J. S. Choi. It introduces a static method for converting asynchronous iterables to Arrays. Currently JavaScript provides several tools for working with synchronous iterables - for example: For ...

Axel Rauschmayer




React Router DOM v6 Send or Get Props State with Link Tutorial

React Router is an exceptional package for creating a routing system in React. It allows the user to navigate between different pages via various views and components. In this extensive tutorial, we will teach you how to pass props object (state) via the Link component in Reac...

Digamber Singh




How To Inject Environment Variables Into Cypress Tests

How to pass specific environment variables into Cypress tests. Let's say you want to pass an environment variable with the user name into a Cypress test. Since the test runs in the browser, you cannot access the process.env.USERNAME directly. Instead you need to inject the var...

Gleb Bahmutov




Programmatically Update the Status of a Post Using Gutenberg JS - I Like Kill Nerds

In a WordPress project I am building, I needed a way to programmatically update the post status of a post on the edit screen, specifically in the Gutenberg editor. Before arriving at the solution below, I first struggled to figure this out. I was trying to call the updatePost ...

Dwayne Charrington




Conway's Game Of Life - Cellular Automata and Renderbuffers in Three.js

From our sponsor: Create stunning brand assets with the help of our AI-driven Creative Assistant. Get started today. Simple rules can produce structured, complex systems. And beautiful images often follow. This is the core idea behind the Game of Life, a cellular automaton dev...

Codrops




Set Up ESLint and Prettier in a React TypeScript App (2022)

Once you start using TypeScript with React, there is no going back. You would simply fall in love with the ease it provides. But to establish a standard for your team on how to format the codebase, it's important to have the linter and formatter in place to ensure that the cod...

Eshank Vaish


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Saturday, February 4, 2023

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🐍 New Python tutorials on Real Python

Saturday, February 4, 2023

Hey there, There's always something going on over at realpython.com as far as Python tutorials go. Here's what you may have missed this past week: How to Iterate Over Rows in pandas, and Why