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.
This blog illustrates how we can easily setup a ruby on rails application with ReactJs as a front-end framework
PreactJS is a fast 3kB alternative to React with the same ES6 APIFirst, some background…PreactJS is developed by Jason Miller — one of my programming heroes. The framework was developed with a goal of providing high performance, memory efficiency and close compatibility with React API with an aim to keep the footprint as small as possible i.e 3kb. Preact is increasingly getting adopted in the community with a bunch of high load websites already using it successfully in production. Housing Go is now powered by preact. 🔥 🎉 Thanks to @_developit and @brian_d_vaughn for their help. pic.twitter.com/
Server side rendering need lots of configuration to get up and running if you choose to use boilerplate which is filled with package that you may not need, well next.js is developed to solve this problem and it makes server-side rendering in React a breeze What you will learn in this article Get up and running with Next.js Add Client-side transitions between routes How to do handle Ajax in Next.JS create reusable component for rendering Layouts To get started with you need two things Nodejs and yarn installed you can do that by typing npm install -g