Posts Tagged "Web Apps"

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React Tutorial: Hooks and Performance

Hooks are quite possibly the most eagerly awaited addition to React since the rewrite. Does the product live up to the hype? From my perspective, yes, as they really are a great feature. They are essentially functions that open up
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React Components: that can help you create amazing websites.

React components are small, reusable pieces of code that return a React element to be rendered to the page. The simplest version of the React component is a plain JavaScript function that returns a React element. Components can be broken down
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A Savage Combination of Ionic and Angular

Ionic is a front-end SDK based over Angular, which is the most well-known JavaScript library. As a stage, it likewise encourages the integration of services for both, push notifications as well as analysis. As Ionic is a hybrid mobile application
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Apps that work natively on the Web and Mobile

Here is an exciting new way to build web and mobile apps with Angular and NativeScript. First, some background: since the beginning of Angular, you could use NativeScript with Angular to build mobile apps. NativeScript is an open source framework
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Deploy your Create React App with Docker and Nginx

One of main frustrations when it comes to Create React App, or really any frontend app that is served statically without a server backing it, is that your routes are now gone. You can access them from inside the app
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Python’s Fake Increment and Decrement Operators

In Python, you can increase the value of a variable by 1 or reduce it by 1 using the augmented assignment operators. The code spam += 1 and spam -= 1 increments and decrements the numeric values in spam by
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Creating Dynamic Forms with Django

What is a dynamic form and why would you want one? Usually, you know what a form is going to look like when you build it. You know how many fields it has, what types they are, and how they’re
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