Lately I’ve been playing around and getting more interested in the Remix framework. I decided to try and replace my blog made with Eleventy, with a new version made with Remix and Firebase, so that I gain a key functionality: being able to write new posts without having to deploy (just like a normal blog).
I couldn’t find a simple enough React context example so I made one.
In this post we are going to look into how to use get started with the upcoming React Router version 6, currently in beta. Surely there are many more capabilities than those shown here, but this will get any app started, and might be enough for most of them.
In this post I would like to show how you can implement a simple drag and drop features using the native HTML5 drag and drop events and React (but clearly you could use anything you like). I have seen a number of feature-packed libraries that surely accomplish everything you can dream of but this is how I you can get it done in the simplest way.
Redux is a small popular library used to keep track of the state of an interface without going crazy. It is mainly used together with React, a popular library used to create snappy user interfaces on the web.
Getting started with redux might take a while, because you need to get accustomed to the way it does things. In this post i want to cut straight to the meat of the issue, without unnecessary technical explanations. I will show you how to get started with Redux in a React project.