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    Redux VS Mobx | Comparison – Which Is Better?

    In the case of application development that makes use of the component-based library, like ReactJs, every component manages one’s own local state, and the root component usually manages the application state. Several components communicate with the state data and modify it before having it to send back to the server. Components may also manage...

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    Best ReactJS Projects for Beginners

    Aiming to master front-end frameworks? Start learning ReactJS diligently and look forward to a great career in programming. The best way to move forward is to start building ReactJS projects for beginners and get hands-on with ReactJS. By working on smaller real-life projects, you can master theoretical concepts and get ready for the professional...

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    React onClick Event Handling

    Events can be handled in React quite similar to the way we do in HTML, these events be like click, change, mouseover, etc. But ‘React events’ are written in camelCase syntax. For example: “onClick”instead of “onclick” and the function which this event point to would be written in curly braces, for example: onClick={function}. In...

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    React Native Web Vs React – A Comparison Guide For 2020

    Often many of you are wondering isn’t React already existing for many years now and what is the point of the react-native web? Also, some people are thinking are both React native web and React the same thing? Let’s check this comparison guide for 2020 for React native web and React and find out...

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    React-Redux Hooks with Typescript in 2020

    This is going to be a continued version of our previous blog, React Hooks with Typescript, So if you are new to hooks, I would suggest looking into that article first, which talks about setting up the starter kit of react hooks with typescript and AntD for UI components. If you know basic of...

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    Running react-native-web using expo in 2020

    Since expo sdk version 33, expo supports react-native-web. In this blog, we’ll see how to set up your react-native-web project using expo. Installing expo Install expo-cli if you don’t have it installed already, you can use nvm and yarn as well instead of npm. After running expo init you’ll be presented with a few...

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    React Hooks with Typescript: Use State and Use Effect in 2020.

    In this blog, we are going to see how functional components can be used with react hooks to reduce the amount of code used in writing class-based components and still achieving all the features of it. We are going to use typescript for this tutorial, so that our code remain 100% typesafe, and I...

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    Vuejs Vs Reactjs- Comparison Guide For 2020

    Javascript has single-handedly captured the web applications domain by making intelligent use of its frameworks and libraries like ReacJs and VueJs. No doubt it is the most useful and popular framework of our times, especially known for providing higher performances and ease of learning. In addition, both the frameworks are extensively employed for designing...

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    Why Learning ReactJs Makes Sense In 2020?

    ReactJS is a declarative, efficient JavaScript framework to build interactive user interfaces (UI) with greater ease and flexibility. It provides many advantages in designing simple views for different states in an application and greater ease in updating and rendering the right components efficiently just when the data changes. React is providing the developer’s a...

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    React onClick Event Handling

    Events can be handled in React quite similar to the way we do in HTML, these events be like click, change, mouseover, etc. But ‘React events’ are written in camelCase syntax. For example: “onClick”instead of “onclick” and the function which this event point to would be written in curly braces, for example: onClick={function}. In...

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    How to Use callBack With setState in React

    Today we are going to explore the callback function in setState and get to know about how we can use it.  First of all, I’d like to explain the ‘callBack’ and ‘setState’. callBack functions is a function that is passed as an argument to another function, to be “called back” at a later time....

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