React is an open-source framework designed by Facebook for rapidly building front-end user interfaces. React's popularity has grown immensely due to the simplicity and power of many of the underlying design principles around React's "component" architecture, as well as the huge community and ecosystem of tooling that exist for React developers.
Two weeks ago, Byteconf GraphQL 2020 went live - a free remote GraphQL conference, with 12 awesome speakers from around the world. With Byteconf GraphQL under our belt, it's time to announce what I'm expecting will be one of the biggest conferences Byteconf has done to date...
On May 1st, join us for Byteconf React , our free, remote React conference!
I'm thrilled to be announcing the conference today, but it would
In a new series for the Bytesized Code channel that I'm calling Project Corner, check out my unedited process as I build new features and projects using a variety of programming tools and frameworks.
In today's edition of Project Corner, I'm building the Sponsorships section of the Bytesized website. I recently announced Byteconf GraphQL 2020 (check it out here: [
Learn how to build a useDebounce React Hook!
To celebrate the launch of my new project Frontend Jobs , I looked at the first three week
Building a full stack application can be a daunting task for an inexperienced developer. This blog post will cover instructions on how to build a simple app using Node, Express, Postgres, React, and Webpack.
At ReactConf the team around React presented a new way to implement interactive components with React called hooks.
I'm hyped about this one. Create React App, the de-facto tool for creating greenfield React applications, now has built-in support for working with TypeScript.
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