Do you feel unsure whether you really, really understand Redux? You might have a general idea of how it works, but yet you don’t know it to… Continue reading Code your own Redux part 2: the connect function
There are lots of resources for learning Redux. There is the official documentation, examples, tutorials, blog posts, boilerplates, Youtube videos, podcasts, etc… The list goes on.… Continue reading Learn Redux by coding a Mini-Redux
Many people who is in the process of learning Redux gets stuck when container components are introduced. It looks like a bunch of boiler plate code… Continue reading Are container components necessary when using Redux?
It’s possible to split out your NPM dependencies to a separate bundle with Webpack. The reason for doing this is that dependencies don’t change as often… Continue reading Webpack Code Splitting – Libraries: what to do with the files?
According to official React docs, the recommended place to do Ajax requests is in componentDidMount which is a lifecycle method that runs after the React component… Continue reading Why is it recommended to do Ajax in componentDidMount instead of componentWillMount?
Do you have “learning Redux” on your Todo-list, and have had that for some time now? You have the feeling that you should be learning… Continue reading A minimal but correct Redux setup to simplify learning
The basics of React is pretty simple to learn if you are not completely new to programming. The guides and tutorials are pretty straight forward… Continue reading Overwhelmed by the React ecosystem? Start here.
You have a client side React app and your backend all set up, and you have heard a lot of smart people talking about “Isomorphic”… Continue reading 3 steps to check if isomorphic/universal/SSR is worth it
Managing state with Redux is more work comparing to just using this.setState() in your React component. The Action > Reducer > Component cycle can actually… Continue reading Is using a mix of Redux state and React local component state ok?