Understanding Redux: The World’s Easiest Guide to Beginning Redux

This is a comprehensive (but simplified) guide for absolute Redux beginners, or any who wants to re-evaluate their understanding of the fundamental Redux concepts. For an expanded Table of Contents please visit this link, & for more advanced Redux concepts check out my Redux books…. Source: https://medium.freecodecamp.org/understanding-redux-the-worlds-easiest-guide-to-beginning-redux-c695f45546f6

Cache your React event listeners to improve performance.

An under-appreciated concept in JavaScript is how objects and functions are references, and that directly impacts React performance. If you were to create two functions that are completely identical, they are still not equal. Try for yourself: Objects work the same way…. Source: https://medium.com/@Charles_Stover/cache-your-react-event-listeners-to-improve-performance-14f635a62e15

The best API is no API — introducing React Remote Redux

You’re a full stack developer, you want to build applications fast, you like Redux and you use React. Normally, you’d throw together a React client side application, a redux store to manage state, a RESTful API, and asynchronous bindings to connect your store to your REST API…. Source: https://medium.com/@seveibar/the-best-api-is-no-api-introducing-react-remote-redux-325a4ad63f81

A complete guide to default props in React

React is a very powerful component-based JavaScript framework for building scalable applications that can run on different platforms — server, web, mobile, desktop, etc. Thousands of applications running on these platforms today are built on top of React…. Source: https://blog.logrocket.com/a-complete-guide-to-default-props-in-react-984ea8e6972d

Don’t fear the HOC, when writing React

When I started to use Functional Programming (FP) in my code, I also started thinking in a different way. When something is finished and working, I constantly ask my self, “Could I get the same results, with a more elegant code?”…. Source: https://itnext.io/dont-fear-the-hoc-when-writing-react-5875513ce34e

Don’t fear the HOC, when writing React

When I started to use Functional Programming (FP) in my code, I also started thinking in a different way. When something is finished and working, I constantly ask my self, “Could I get the same results, with a more elegant code?”…. Source: https://itnext.io/dont-fear-the-hoc-when-writing-react-5875513ce34e

Testing Components in React Using Jest and Enzyme

This is the second part of the series on Testing Components in React. If you have prior experience with Jest, you can skip ahead and use the GitHub code as a starting point.  In the previous article, we covered the basic principles and ideas behind test-driven development…. Source: https://code.tutsplus.com/articles/testing-components-in-react-using-jest-and-enzyme–cms-31602

React Context API: Managing State with Ease

TL;DR: The React Context API isn’t a new thing on React’s ecosystem. However, the React’s 16.3.0 release brought a lot of improvements to this API. These improvements are so overwhelming that they greatly reduce the need for Redux and other advanced state management libraries…. Source: https://auth0.com/blog/react-context-api-managing-state-with-ease/