The ReactJS child category is a resource for those interested in learning about ReactJS, a popular JavaScript library for building user interfaces. This category includes posts about ReactJS concepts, components, and architecture, as well as tips and tricks for creating web applications using ReactJS. Whether you’re just starting to learn ReactJS or you’re an experienced web developer, this category has something for everyone.

Creating Reusable Form Components with Custom Hooks

2023-04-04T07:52:25+00:00

"Creating Reusable Form Components with Custom Hooks" is a blog post that demonstrates how to use custom React hooks to create flexible and reusable form components. The post explains how to extract form field logic into a custom hook, as well as how to use a custom hook to handle form validation and submission. By using custom hooks, it is easier to maintain and reuse form components throughout an application.

Creating Reusable Form Components with Custom Hooks2023-04-04T07:52:25+00:00

Building a Real-Time Chat App with Socket.io and React

2023-04-04T07:52:27+00:00

In this blog post, we will show you how to build a real-time chat application using Socket.io and React. Socket.io is a JavaScript library that enables real-time, bi-directional communication between web clients and servers. React is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. By combining these two technologies, we will be able to create a chat app that can handle multiple users and messages being sent in real-time. We will walk you through the process of setting up the server-side and client-side components, and show you how to use Socket.io to send and receive messages in real-time.

Building a Real-Time Chat App with Socket.io and React2023-04-04T07:52:27+00:00

Creating a Customized React DevTools Extension

2023-04-04T07:52:30+00:00

"Creating a Customized React DevTools Extension" is a blog post that explains how to create a custom extension for the React DevTools. The DevTools is a powerful tool for inspecting and debugging React applications, and the devtools package provides a set of APIs for creating and interacting with the DevTools. The blog post provides examples of how to use these APIs to create a custom DevTools extension, including how to add new tabs and buttons to the DevTools and how to inject custom functionality into the DevTools itself. This can be a useful tool for experienced React developers looking to improve their workflow and streamline the development process.

Creating a Customized React DevTools Extension2023-04-04T07:52:30+00:00

Building a Serverless React Application with AWS Amplify

2023-04-04T07:52:30+00:00

In this tutorial, we'll walk through the process of building a serverless React application using AWS Amplify. We'll start by setting up our development environment and adding user authentication. Next, we'll implement some backend logic using AWS Lambda functions. Finally, we'll deploy our application and test it to make sure everything is working correctly. By the end of this tutorial, you'll have a solid understanding of how to build a serverless React application with AWS Amplify.

Building a Serverless React Application with AWS Amplify2023-04-04T07:52:30+00:00

Integrating React with a RESTful API

2023-01-02T16:12:08+00:00

Integrating React with a RESTful API allows a developer to fetch data from a remote server and use it within a React application. This blog post explains the steps required to set up a basic React application that consumes a RESTful API, including the installation of additional libraries, creating a redux store to manage application state, and rendering components to display the data.

Integrating React with a RESTful API2023-01-02T16:12:08+00:00

Implementing Custom Hooks in React for Code Reuse

2022-12-29T16:49:13+00:00

Custom hooks in React allow you to extract logic from your components and share it as a standalone function, improving code reuse and maintainability. In this blog post, we will look at how to create and use custom hooks in React and explore examples of using them to manage form inputs and fetching data from an API.

Implementing Custom Hooks in React for Code Reuse2022-12-29T16:49:13+00:00

Optimizing React Performance with the React Profiler

2022-12-29T16:41:18+00:00

In this blog post, we will discuss how to optimize the performance of your React application using the React Profiler. The React Profiler is a built-in tool that allows you to measure the performance of your React components and identify areas for improvement. We will cover how to enable the profiler and use it to collect performance data, as well as best practices for optimizing the performance of your React components, including using the shouldComponentUpdate lifecycle method, the PureComponent class, and the React.memo higher-order component. By following these techniques and using the React Profiler, you can ensure that your React application remains performant and responsive for your users.

Optimizing React Performance with the React Profiler2022-12-29T16:41:18+00:00

Building a Serverless React App with AWS Amplify

2022-12-29T16:40:04+00:00

This blog post discusses how to use AWS Amplify to build a serverless React app. It covers setting up AWS Amplify, creating a React app, creating a serverless function, and deploying the app to AWS. With AWS Amplify, you can easily build and deploy cloud-powered applications without the need to manage infrastructure.

Building a Serverless React App with AWS Amplify2022-12-29T16:40:04+00:00

Building a Custom React Router for a Client-Side App

2022-12-29T15:28:56+00:00

In this blog post, we'll explore how to build a custom React router for a client-side application. We'll cover the basics of routing and the history API, as well as how to use the useParams and useLocation hooks to access route parameters and the current location in your components. We'll also discuss the benefits of building a custom router and how it can be tailored to fit the specific needs of your app.

Building a Custom React Router for a Client-Side App2022-12-29T15:28:56+00:00