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A Contemporary Guide on React State Patterns in 2021

Since the initial release of React in 2013, Facebook has rolled out a robust collection of tools to help developers with some of the minutiae of the web application development process, allowing them to focus on what matters most. Despite React’s many capabilities and widespread adoption among developers, I’ve discovered that many of us face the same question: How can we handle complicated states with React?  You may like: Crud Using React Hooks and Context API This post will look at what state is, how to arrange it, and alternative patterns to use as our applications become...

Best Practices for Checking PropTypes in React Components using TypeScript

JavaScript functions that return React elements are known as React components. These are the parameters that govern what will be added to the DOM. In addition, react components, like functions, may receive props as arguments, resulting in dynamically returned items. Props can be of any data type, although component data types may differ. Component A, for example, may anticipate a name argument with a text data type, but component B may anticipate an age argument with a numeric data type. Likewise, D may anticipate an onClick argument with a Function data type, but C may expect a post...

Crud Using React Hooks and Context API

React Hooks and Context API are two relatively new features that have been added to React from v16.8 and v16.3 respectively. In this post, I'm going to create an app that can perform CREATE, READ, UPDATE and DELETE utilizing Hooks and Context API together.This new concept was introduced in v16.8 which is an alternative to classes. The Devs who used React before are familiar with functional components and class components. Many of these features available to classes - such as lifecycle methods and state weren't available to React until Hooks were introduced. The new Hooks add those class...

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A profound honest Full Stack Developer with a passion for creating delicate solutions in the least amount of time, with more than seven years of experience in the Web Application Development. Implemented complex user stories that make the business count on more conversion and grow with it.

Started career with ASP.NET but eventually revamped skills with JavaScript, ReactJs, NodeJs and Ruby on Rails.

Throughout my career, I have contributed to the businesses who have a positive impact on society through my active and innovative contributions to the growth of the organisation. While being an independently motivated engineer, I appreciate the collective efforts and collaborative productivity within the team environment. I am open-minded and focused on learning new technologies which have direct impacts on the betterment of human lives.