Make Your React Apps More Efficient In Ten Minutes With React-RPM
I’m one of the lead software engineers on React-RPM, a Chrome DevTool that measures and visualizes performance data in real-time as you interact with your application. With its release on the Chrome store earlier this week, I’ve put together a quick tutorial video that covers the basics of using this DevTool to uncover inefficiencies in your application, and steps you can take to fix them.
Download React-RPM on the Chrome Store
In this tutorial, I cover:
- How to get React-RPM linked to your project with the Node module
- How to use RPM to gauge Time Wasted, and understand exactly what that means and how it affects performance
- How to eliminate unnecessary re-renders by incorporating shouldComponentUpdate() and/or PureComponent in your source code
If you have any specific questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org