React is a pretty cool way to write user interfaces. But, could we make it even cooler? Better?
3. 7. 2018: UPDATED to ReasonReact v0.4.2
This means you could potentially write a single application using Reason syntax, and be able to run it in the browser, and on Android and iOS phones as well.
The maintainable component structure is a crucial prerequisite for a stable React application. You can achieve this by writing your code in a functional way using higher-order components (HoCs). If you stick to this pattern, you’ll end up with reusable components that are both readable and easy to test as each component is only responsible for a single task.
In this article I’d love to share my experience, so you can easily utilize this approach in your own applications. …
I’ll also mention a couple of resources that helped me to learn these basics.
Does your career fulfill you and move you in the right direction? Have you ever sat down to really think about it? For too long, I went with the flow and took whatever reasonable professional options came up, not giving them any thought. Or at least not enough.
That changed a year ago when I decided I wasn’t satisfied with my law career and needed a change. I wish I had come to that conclusion sooner, but the important thing is that this realization motivated me to pursue a more fulfilling career path.
Take some time to really think about…