JSK Weekly - July 21, 2021

Popular articles this week: "Conditional Hooks in React" by Robin Wieruch, "API vs. Microservices: The Complete Guide" on Snipcart and "5 Reasons to Use Tailwind CSS with React Native" by Viduni Wickramarachchi on Bits and Pieces.

In other news, Syncfusion Essential Studio 2021 Volume 2 is here! Check it out!

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API vs. Microservices: The Complete Guide - Snipcart

Not so long ago, the technology used to build a website was quite simple. HTML, CSS, and JavaScript were all you needed in the good old d...

Snipcart


Syncfusion Essential Studio 2021 Volume 2

Syncfusion is glad to announce the availability of Essential Studio 2021 Volume 2. This main release of 2021 brings exciting new features...

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Intro to Web Components: Vanilla JS

Many modern web apps today are built using components. While frameworks like React exist to add an implementation, web components seek to...

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Utilize JSDoc Comment Tags to Get the Most Out of VSCode's IntelliSense

JavaScript is a loosely typed and dynamic language. Variables in JavaScript are not directly associated with any particular value type, a...

Dharmen Shah 😎


JavaScript

What is a Promise in JavaScript?

I had had difficulties in understanding promises when I had been learning them back in a few years. The problem was that most of the tuto...

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You Can Do That With A JavaScript Data Grid?

In this article, you'll get to see some pretty groundbreaking things you can achieve with modern JavaScript grids and discover new ways t...

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I Made A JavaScript Single Page Application And This Is What I Learned

For the penultimate project in the Flatiron School software engineering program I had to create a single page application with JavaScript...

JavaScript In Plain English


Changing the background color of page in JavaScript

In this tutorial, we are going to learn about how to change the background color of a webpage using JavaScript. To change the background ...

Sai gowtham


Angular

Angular is Costing Companies Billions

I know I'm going to get hate-mail for writing this piece, but, so be it. Someone has got to finally say what many of us as experienced so...

JavaScript In Plain English


React

5 Reasons to Use Tailwind CSS with React Native

Tailwind CSS is an open-source utility-first CSS framework. It redefines the way you style applications by providing a variety of CSS cla...

Bit


Atomic Design with React Native

So what exactly is an Atomic Design and how can you link it with React Native? 🤔 Before that let us look at a parallel definition of wha...

Karthik_B


5 Packages to Optimize and Speed Up Your React App During Development

Optimize your React App during the development stage using these packages and avoid issues during production. We keep on building apps wi...

Nilanth ⚡


Using the "useContext" Hook in React: A Simpler Alternative to Redux

React hooks provide our functional components with a lot more power - becoming a more preferred approach to building applications in rece...

JavaScript In Plain English


Conditional Hooks in React

Can you use conditional React Hooks in React components? Technically: No. However, if you know about how React Hooks work internally, you...

Robin Wieruch


Libraries and Tools

Creating a Component Library

Bit's independent components are individually pushed to remote hosting and are published to a package registry (as standard packages). I'...

Bit


Testing

Testing React Native Navigation

How to confirm the navigation work in RN apps running through Expo. Let's take a React Native application that implements the app navigat...

Gleb Bahmutov


Test Feature Flags Using Cypress and Flagsmith

How to control the web application feature flags during end-to-end tests. This blog post teaches you how to control the feature flags pro...

Gleb Bahmutov


Functional Programming

Setting the default parameter values for a JavaScript function

In this tutorial, we are going to learn about how to set default parameter values to a function in JavaScript. Default function parameter...

Sai gowtham


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