Architect role-permissions based app using React Hooks

React is a very popular and growing JavaScript library. When we think in the context of MVC architecture, React comprises the View in MVC architecture. For managing application state, we may need to rely on other JavaScript state management libraries like Redux or if you are using React v16+, so you can use React's Context API in combination with useReducer hook to serve our state management purpose. Good architecture makes the system easy to understand, easy to develop, easy to maintain, and easy to deploy. The ultimate goal is to minimize the lifetime cost of the system and to maximize

Understanding applications of useRef hook in React with examples

Hooks introduced in React 16.8, allow us to use stateful logic, lifecycle methods, and side-effects in Functional Components. React's official doc on Hooks is the best way to get you started with them. useRef is one such very helpful Hook that returns a mutable ref object having current property initialized with the value passed as the argument. This mutable object's value persists across multiple renders in the lifecycle of the component and can have various applications based on use-cases. In this blog, we'll understand different scenarios in which the useRef Hook can be helpful with the aid of examples.