I wrote this article to help you quickly learn CSS and get familiar with the advanced CSS topics.
CSS is often quickly dismissed as an easy thing to learn by developers, or one thing you just pick up when you need to quickly style a page or app. Due to this reason, it’s often learned on-the-fly, or we learn things in isolation right when we have to use them. This can be a huge source of frustration when we find that the tool does not simply do what we want.
This article will help you get up to speed with…
The React Handbook follows the 80/20 rule: learn in 20% of the time the 80% of a topic.
I find this approach gives a well-rounded overview. This book does not try to cover everything under the sun related to React, but it should give you the basic building blocks to get out there and become a great React developer. If you think some specific topic should be included, tell me. You can reach me on Twitter @flaviocopes.
I hope the contents of this book will help you achieve what you want: learn the basics of React.
The technology lets us directly connect two or more browsers to each other, without the need of a centralized service.
We already saw how to create a webcam sharing application using this protocol, and in this tutorial we’ll see how to send files from one peer to another. We’ll send images from one browser to another.
The PeerJS library, which builds on top of WebRTC, provides a great abstraction level over the lower APIs of WebRTC, and we’ll use that in…
There is no point in being an expert in those topics right away, but the more you dive into React, the more you’ll need to master those.
I will mention a list of things, with pointers to articles I wrote that can help you get up to speed quickly:
We can use this technology to make it possible for 2 (or more) browsers to directly talk to each other, without needing a central server that would only become a bottleneck.
The server is only needed before the connection happens, so that every client knows how to communicate to each other.
What kind of applications does this unlock? Direct webcam connections, for example. Peer to peer chats, file sharing, and much more.
In this tutorial I want to make what’s probably the application that gives…
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This tutorial shows you how to build a simple Google Sheets or Excel clone using React, and how to share its reusable components for your other projects or your team using Bit.
Creating a stripped down version of a spreadsheet like Google Sheets is really a good example of showing many of the capabilities of React.
At the end of this tutorial you’ll have a working, configurable, reusable spreadsheet React Component to power all your calculations 🙂
Also, we’ll share those components in Bit, making them easily reusable for our team (and ourselves) to use in more applications.
If you don’t know Discord, it’s one of the most popular chat applications among gamers and has attracted non-gaming communities as well.
Communities are called Servers. Each time you create a new one, you create a server, give it a name, and create several channels. In the programming world, I can mention Nodeiflux, Reactiflux, SpeakJS, Vue Land, and the
There are many more, of course, those can get you started if you don’t know any community to join.
But let’s get to the meat of the article. Say I just created a server, and before inviting my friends…