Category Archives: React

React Patterns and Anti-Patterns: Common Mistakes to Avoid

React Patterns and Anti-Patterns: Common Mistakes to Avoid

React Patterns are established solutions to common problems encountered during React development. They are tried and tested approaches that help developers write cleaner, more maintainable, and efficient code. Examples of React patterns include: Container vs. Presentational Components Separating logic from presentation for better code organization. Render Props:  Render props is a technique where a component’s Continue Reading »

Unleashing Performance: A Guide to Code Splitting in React.js

Unleashing Performance: A Guide to Code Splitting in React.js

In the realm of web development, where speed and performance are paramount, optimizing your React.js application is key to delivering a seamless user experience. One powerful technique for achieving this is “Code Splitting.” This blog post will explore the concept of code splitting, its benefits, and how you can implement it in your React applications Continue Reading »

Extension Keyword in Dart

Extension Keyword in Dart

Introduction Dart, a versatile and modern programming language, has introduced several features to enhance code expressiveness and maintainability. Among these features, the `extension` keyword stands out as a powerful tool for extending existing classes without modifying their source code. In this blog, we will delve into the world of Dart’s `extension` keyword, explore its benefits, Continue Reading »

Understanding Tree Shaking in JavaScript: Trimming the Fat from Your Code

If you’ve ever wondered why your JavaScript files are bigger than they need to be, you might be interested in a neat optimization technique called “tree shaking.” No, it doesn’t involve vigorously shaking your computer – it’s a process that helps you get rid of unnecessary code and make your applications faster and more efficient. Continue Reading »

Flutter vs. React Native – Choosing the Right Framework for Your Next Project

In the world of modern app development, two prominent players have emerged: Flutter and React. These frameworks offer developers the tools to create captivating, high-performance applications for various platforms. However, they cater to different needs and preferences. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the key differences between Flutter and React, helping you make an Continue Reading »

Unveiling the Power of RxJS: Simplifying Asynchronous Programming  

Introduction In today’s fast-paced digital world, asynchronous programming has become a cornerstone of modern software development. As applications grow in complexity, managing asynchronous events and data streams becomes increasingly challenging. Thankfully, RxJS (Reactive Extensions for JavaScript) has emerged as a powerful tool to streamline asynchronous programming, making it more manageable and intuitive. In this blog, Continue Reading »

Understanding the Benefits of SonarLint for  Code Quality

As software developers, ensuring the quality of our code is paramount. Poorly written code can lead to bugs, vulnerabilities, and maintenance headaches. That’s where SonarLint comes in. SonarLint is a powerful code quality tool that provides real-time feedback on your code as you write it, helping you catch and fix issues early in the development Continue Reading »

CORS – React JS

CORS stands for Cross-Origin Resource Sharing. It is basically a mechanism that uses HTTP headers to tell the browser whether a specific web app can share resources with another web app or not. Here Both the web apps should have different origins because if they have the same origin then they can share the resources Continue Reading »

SonarQube Code Review Tool

Basic Documentation SonarQube is an automatic code review tool to detect bugs, vulnerabilities, and code smells in your code. It can integrate with your existing workflow to enable continuous code inspection across your project branches and pull requests. Overview In a typical development process: Developers develop and merge code in an IDE (preferably using SonarLint Continue Reading »

Class component vs functional component

In React Native mainly two types of components Class Component & Functional Component.  Class components are ECMAScript2015(ES6) that extend a base class from React called Component. It is used as a container component to handle state management. Before introducing the concept of hooks in React 16.8 functional component is a plain javascript function but after Continue Reading »

Pure Components

In this article, we will discuss what are pure functions in javascript? What are pure components? When to use pure components in React and when not to use them? What is the difference between Pure components and class and functional components? What are the advantages of pure components over others? When a function is called Continue Reading »

Material UI - Blog

What is Material-UI?

INTRODUCTION Here we will discuss material-UI  What is it?  Why are people using it and how do we set it up in our next react application? So if you didn’t hear of it before, then it’s time to learn some of its major applications. We will create some buttons, headers, and other useful components and Continue Reading »

Performance optimization with useMemo and useReducer

React Hooks introduced some memory optimization hooks to improve performance. Data Hooks are hooks which store data. You store data that the specified portion of the UI specifically relies on for visual changes and memoize/cache data that a given portion UI don’t directly rely on for visual changes.  Storing is different from memoizing/caching. There’s a Continue Reading »

Lifecycle Methods

Today we are going to discuss React life cycle methods. What are the lifecycle methods and how these lifecycle methods work? Let’s start by creating a basic component (say Hello world) which we all have created as a beginner. class HelloWorld extends React.Component {       render() {      return <h1> Hello World </h1>      Continue Reading »

Working of React Portals

ReactJS is one of the most powerful Javascript frameworks out there. It has a lot of small features that help build amazing user interfaces. React Portals is one such feature. They were introduced in version 16.0 of React. React Portals are the child elements that won’t stay with the parent root node. The use cases Continue Reading »

Build and Deployment Configuration Flavors in React Native

At the point when you don’t have a server-side programming foundation, environment variables can appear to be a touch of enchantment. That absence of information smacks you in the face when you’re finished making todo applications on your localhost and attempt to make a production build for the application. The issue we’re illuminating:  Step by Continue Reading »

MobX in React

MobX is the new upcoming state management solution. This blog is all about how to create a simple React-Native app using MobX. MobX is fast in speed than Redux, its easier to learn & requires less boilerplate code. Here are some of its main concepts Stores: Stores create data sources. A store is basically an Continue Reading »