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Do you love the JAMstack philosophy but need a database-backed web app? Want great developer experience and easy scaling? Redwood is here! Built on React, GraphQL, and Prisma, Redwood works with the components and development workflow you love, but with simple conventions and helpers to …
In this article, we reintroduce closures by building a tiny clone of React Hooks. This will serve two purposes - to demonstrate the effective use of closures in building our React Hooks clone itself, and also to implement a naive mental model of how Hooks work under the hood. Finally, we …
Nothing in React prevents us from building accessible web apps.
When it comes to things like eCommerce, real-time data, or websites with hundreds of thousands of pages, static site build times can get way out of hand and quickly become unrealistic. If static sites and the JAMstack are to take over the world, this has to change. Here's why you need …
Netlify Functions are the best way to locally emulate and deploy a React Suspense app. Here's how.
Immutability is changing - time for an exploration of why Immer is a philosophical fit with React! Why has Immer gained so much love this year, and does it have staying power?
We had a big performance issue with rendering large server logs. Now we don't. All thanks to the DevTools Profiler.
Storybook is built for React, so if you're using Preact you'll need to do a bit of configuration to get it going. This tutorial will help you get up and running with Storybook 3 and Preact.
Webpack is a build tool for modern web applications. When Webpack bundles your application, it recursively builds a dependency graph that includes every module your application needs. From this graph it then packages all of those modules into one or more bundles.
A step-by-step guide on how to add Netlify's built-in Identity service to your React Project.
In this tutorial we are going to show you how to build a serverless, SEO-friendly CMS-powered blog using React, ButterCMS, and Netlify.
Netlify comes with some handy, built-in features to process form submissions without having to write any server-side code. Learn how to integrate them in your React app.
A CMS that is open-source but fully-featured and production-ready, that’s as easy to customize as it is to use, and that developers and content editors can build a community around.
Setting up cookies is something pretty trivial in web development. In this post I walk through the process doing it in React.
React also does a great job with returning descriptive error messages when you make mistakes while creating your application. This post will walk through 3 of the most common error messages you will come across when writing React code.
When migrating from Angular to React, should you do a gradual migration vs a complete rewrite?
Since working with React I have noticed a frequent change in the way Components are written. This is a round up of all those ways.
We recently wrapped up a UI update to the deploys page and laid our Cards on the table. This is a quick explanation of how we used Immtuable JS to display our new deploy data.
Converting Angular templates to React components can be straight forward if you follow a few rules and tricks.
Converting Angular controllers to React components can be straight forward if you follow a few rules and tricks.
We quietly shipped our new React UI and it went relatively unnoticed
Deploy React apps easily with Netlify.
GatsbyJS creator Kyle Mathews talks about his love for developing with ReactJS
A short guide to help you set up Gatsby on Netlify with continuous deployment.
Our lead frontend developer, Cassio Zen wrote the book on react.js. Now he also started a Youtube channel for React tips and tricks.