React

React fragments: What and Why

React fragments were a feature released in React 16.2. They have been around for a while now but have been a relatively...

Why does React state need a new object/array?

If you have been using React for a while, you are familiar with how state update works. There are a lot of...

Avoiding race conditions and memory leaks in React useEffect

Let us take a look at an implementation of getting data from an API request and see if there is any possibility...

Using the useCallback React hook

The useCallback React hook is a useful hook that can help in optimizing the rendering performance of our functional React components. It...

Understanding the useRef React hook

Continuing our React hooks series, we will learn about the useRef React hook in this blog post.The useRef...

Use redux-like middleware for useReducer in React

If you have used Redux before, you would be aware of the concept of middlewares. Now that useReducer has become a commonly...

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The Pomodoro Technique: Productivity hacks

The irony of time management productivity tips is that the people who need them the most do not realize that they do....

React fragments: What and Why

React fragments were a feature released in React 16.2. They have been around for a while now but have been a relatively...

Using Sub Resource Integrity to secure web applications

Sub Resource Integrity (SRI) is a security feature that can be used to validate that the resources that the browser is fetching...

Measuring JavaScript execution time

When it comes to performance of applications, measuring performance becomes important. For anything to be optimized, it must be measured first, optimized,...

The Beginner Syndrome

Someone recently reached out to me and asked how am I able to write consistently. Her exact words were: "how do you...

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