JSK Daily for Jul 12, 2021

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Are You Going to be Replaced by Code-Generating AI?

Github has been shaping the way software developers work for a while already, focused mainly on the way they do version control of their code, and how they share their work with others....

Bit




Middleware for the Async Flow in Redux

Proper state management is vital for any React application. And still, Redux is dominating this space. And that's where the Redux middleware comes into play. In this article, I will explore these......

Bit




What is NextJS? A Hands-On Introduction to Developing Faster Websites with Next

Intro to building full stack applications with JavaScript and NextJS....

livecodestream




Testing A Web App Using The Keyboard Only

How to test a TodoMVC using Cypress using only the keyboard to confirm the app is accessible. Let's take a good TodoMVC example made with accessability features included, as every app should have. One of the aspects we need to confirm in our tests is that the user can fully in...

Gleb Bahmutov




Freelance React Developer Checklist

As a freelance React developer, I work with a lot of clients on their React projects these days. Every time I get a request in my inbox, I usually reply with the same email template which I call the freelance checklist for React developers....

Robin Wieruch




How to Create a Random Hex Colour Generator in React

If you're looking for the source code, then it's available in the video. In this, we're going to see how to create a full-screen hex colour generator that generates colours randomly. We'll create a separate component for generating this colour, and name it RandomColor....

Germa Vinsmoke




JavaScript - How to Control the Program Flow

An important concept in JavaScript is the block statement, which is used extensively throughout programs. Block statements are used to group statements, expressions, and declarations within logical containers. They are particularly useful in conditional statements, loops, and ...

Robert Laws




How to get element from an Iframe in JavaScript

In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to get the html elements from an Iframe in JavaScript. Consider we have a following element in our index.html file. To get the element in an iframe, first we need access the element inside the JavaScript using the document.getElement...

Sai gowtham




Create Page Transitions in Next.js with Framer Motion

I am naming it about.js. This is the file. I am just creating an h1 tag and a button that will redirect to the home page. This is will animate on the first render but will not change anything on......

Avneesh Agarwal




How to "just" run CLI commands with a leading "$" sign

I just saw an npm package that makes copying and pasting of shell commands easier. Documented shell commands often include a leading $ character (e.g. $ npm install whatever) to signal that the code block is a shell command....

stefan judis




15 Custom Hooks to Make your React Component Lightweight

Here are the 15 custom hooks to make your React component lightweight React hooks is the trending word in the React community. I hope every React developer knows what hooks are. In simple words, hooks give the advantage to use lifecycle methods in functional components and als...

Nilanth ⚡




5 React Libraries Every Project Should Use in 2021

There are literally 100s of great React libraries to choose from, but which libraries do you need most for your React projects? In this article, we're going to break down five libraries you need for your React projects. Each of them will cover virtually every major tool you ne...

freeCodeCamp.org




JS on Wasm with Nick Fitzgerald (JS Party #183)

KBall and Nick Nisi sit down with Nick Fitzgerald to learn about running JavaScript on WebAssembly. They talk about almost instantaneous startup, running interpreted languages at the edge, and take a deep dive into the weeds of how Wasm based modules will change the future of ...

JS Party




Fix Seeing "0" in Your JSX Code

The early days of the web felt like the wild west when it came to coding practices -- just make it work. Then we became enlightened to better practices, separating HTML from CSS and JavaScript. Then came React and JSX, where we combine JavaScript, HTML, and even CSS with Style...

David Walsh


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