A 3rd-party UI library can greatly increase your speed of development and save you from building complex components yourself, but they can be difficult to style to match the Design Language of your application. Learn what we've done on the KendoReact team to make this process as easy as possible.
Storybook provides a great environment for experimenting with UI components in isolation and through a variety of different configurations. This article shows you how to get started with Storybook, highlighting a few add-ons, and demonstrates a Storybook built for KendoReact.
Ed, Brian, and special guest Todd Motto cover the latest news in the development community including: Angular 2 migration, React component wrappers, the right and wrong way to contribute to open sourc...
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guest Burke Holland reviews the good, bad and ugly of software development in 2015 and makes predictions on what 2016 will bring.
Burke enjoys w...
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guest Cory House talks about ReactJS. We discuss the pros and cons of ReactJS and how different React is from other front-end frameworks.
Cory House @housecor
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