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The basics of Web Accessibility in React & Gatsby Projects

What is Accessibility and Web Accessibility? Accessibility is the degree to which an environment is usable by as many people as possible. Web Accessibility is the degree to which a website is usable by as many people as possible. We traditionally think of this as being about people with disabilities, but the practice of making […]

React TL;DR #5 – Most Useful React Content From November 2019

TypeScript 3.7 Arrived With Many Great Features Features: Optional Chaining Nullish Coalescing Assertion Functions Better Support for never-Returning Functions –declaration and –allowJs (More) Recursive Type Aliases The useDefineForClassFields Flag and The declare Property Modifier Build-Free Editing with Project References Uncalled Function Checks Flatter Error Reporting // @ts-nocheck in TypeScript Files Semicolon Formatter Option Website and […]

What Is React Concurrent Mode And Why You Will Love It?

Not long ago, Facebook introduced Concurrent Mode (on the day of writing this article it is still experimental). Concurrent Mode has been built with user and development experience in mind, but this time it looks like it really has a lot to offer, and is about to be a huge step forward for React. There […]

7 Reasons Why You Should Be Using React

Few words about React If your still not yet fully familiar with React, it is so far the hottest and the most wanted JavaScript framework, that enables you to build highly performant and extremely user-friendly interfaces. Facebook released React as open-source in 2013. Since then the popularity of the framework was just emerging. Many big […]

Reasons To Use React In 2020

Last few years React totally overtook all the other front-end competition in popularity, mostly thanks to the extreme focus on user experience and development simplicity. However, each and every technology is working to achieve the same goal, but there are small unfair advantages, that are putting React in a favorable position and make it better […]

React TL;DR #4 – Most Useful React Content From October 2019

8 New ES10 (ES2019) Features by Example New features: Optional Catch Binding Object.fromEntries Array.flat Array.flatMap String#{trimStart,trimEnd} Dynamic Import globalThis object Introducing Concurrent Mode (Experimental) Concurrent Mode is a set of new features (still experimental!) that help React apps stay responsive and adjust to the user’s device capabilities and network speed. Features: Suspense for Data Fetching […]

What’s GatsbyJS… actually?

Gatsby is a free and open-source framework based on React that helps developers build blazing-fast websites and apps. Official definition It’s also the most loved static site generator by developers because of the latest tech stack and great documentation. Static Progressive Web Apps 🚀 STATIC = BLAZINGLY FAST 🚀 GatsbyJS is a static PWA generator. […]

Why should you go for GatsbyJS?

Mostly because of its hyper-performance, scalability, and safety. Generally, it makes the fastest website on earth and is highly development-friendly. In a way, a technological win-win. If you are a business person, it makes your website highly competitive: makes your website as fast as a blink of an eye – bounce rate from loading a […]

How GatsbyJS can help your business to overtake competition?

What is Gatsby? Gatsby is a new hot, loved by developers tool to create blazingly fast websites. A few days ago it received $15M of funding. It’s a serious business but let’s check how it can impact your business? GatsbyJS in numbers 25000 – contributors 38000 – GitHub Stars 2015 – date of birth $15m […]

VS Code Tricks – How To Work Faster

VS Code is a free and simple source code editor with powerful developer tooling, like IntelliSense code completion and debugging. Let’s have a look at a few tricks we can use to make our development faster and more pleasant. As I’m working on Mac on a daily basis, I will use a cmd  button, but […]