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  • Web React

    The React useReducer Hook

    The useReducer() hook in React is similar to useState(), but is intended for more complex state changes. In this article, we’ll be exploring how useReducer() can be used to manage state differently than the standard useState() hook.
  • Web

    The Three Browser Storage Mechanisms

    Three different storage mechanisms exist for the web browser: localStorage, sessionStorage and cookies. In this article, we’ll explore the differences for each of the three mechanisms that make them more suitable for different types of data and applications.
    April 18, 2023
  • Web React

    The React useContext Hook

    React Hooks aim to solve the difficulties of logic reuse by enabling us to write components that have access to features like state, context, lifecycle methods, ref, etc. In this article, we’ll be spending our focus on the useContext hook—a useful hook that allows components to access data without the need to rely on props.
    March 21, 2023
  • Web React

    React Basics: What Is a React Component and How to Create One

    Components are essential building blocks in a React application since they allow us to break down our application into smaller, reusable pieces. In this article, we’ll discuss what makes a React component and what it takes to create one.
    March 09, 2023
  • Web React

    A Breakdown of the React useEffect Hook

    React Hooks aim to solve the difficulties of logic reuse by enabling us to write components that have access to features like state, context, lifecycle methods, ref, etc. In this article, we’ll focus on the powerful useEffect hook, which allows us to perform side effects in our function components.
    January 31, 2023