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Modern applications communicate with other servers to accomplish tasks like sending emails, upload/download images, and embedding live Twitter feed. That is when we need HTTP requests. There are multiple ways to make HTTP requests in Node.js. In this article, I am going to introduce the Axios library.
To make things easier, we prepared a post covering the most popular…
Due to its popularity, many UI libraries have built custom React components to facilitate easy integration and improve the developer experience.
There are a bunch of react Ui kits and libraries available today. We will have a most useful kit and library to show how you can use them in your next React app. …
Hey guys 👋, I hope you’re having a great day. I’m going to be talking about the various advantages and disadvantages of routers in
react-router and how to pick one.
There are three types of routers that are given by
react-router. We'll go through each of them in detail later:
1. Browser Router
Uses everything after the TLD(.com, .in, .co etc) or port as the
/xyz is the
2. Hash Router
Uses everything after the
# as the
/xyz is the
3. Memory Router
Does not use the URL to track navigation, it’s…
Together with some colleagues, I maintain a small full-stack web application called CodeQuiz, which we built during a 48-hour hackathon at JetBrains, and use at events to gamify learning about Kotlin. I recently migrated its frontend which you can see below (and which is using the
kotlin-react wrappers) to the new Kotlin/JS IR compiler backend.
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In this post, I want to show you a left-side animated menu that I created recently.
Before we start, I would highly recommend you to check out a runnable example for the solution on our website:
React — how to make a left-side animated menu
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