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An introduction to animated transitions with React Router

In this article we’ll look at how to animate your route transitions with React Router by breaking down the ‘Animated Transitions’ example on the React Router docs. If you’re reading this you’ve…
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Express.js and AWS Lambda — a serverless love story

If you are a Node.js developer or you’ve built an API with Node.js, there’s a big chance you used Express.js. Express is de facto the most popular Node.js framework. Express apps are easy to build…
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How to build a Tour Diary App using Next.js and Cosmic JS

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create a tour diary app using Next, Redux, Ant design and Cosmic JS. It will cover all available options to CRUD using Cosmic JS. You will be required…
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Discovering the Console in JavaScript – Hacker Noon

If we type in our Google Chrome Developer Tools, in the console tag, the word: console you can see that is an object that is inside de global window object:
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ES6 tips and tricks to make your code cleaner, shorter, and easier to read!

Template literals make working with strings so much easier than before. They're started with a back tick, and can have variables inserted using ${variable}. Compare these two lines of code: This…
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How to build a content curation website with Vue and Cosmic JS

Building curated collections of resources and tools is an easy way to gain visibility in your community. In this tutorial, we’re going to build a simple content curation website powered by Cosmic JS…
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How to convert an Angular app to a React app — one component at a time.

Angular and React are both great frameworks/libraries. Angular provides a defined structure of MVC (Model, View, Controller). React provides a lightweight rendering mechanism based on state change…
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Code Splitting with React and React Router – freeCodeCamp

Code splitting has gained popularity recently for its ability to allow you to split your app into separate bundles your users can progressively load. In this post we’ll take a look at not only what…
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Learn Webpack for React – freeCodeCamp

Learn Webpack to create your own configurations for React. Including React Router, HMR, Code Splitting, production configuration and more.
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Migrating your Node.js REST API to Serverless – Hacker Noon

I’ve dabbled a fair share in the dark arts of Serverless. Digging into the various pros and cons of not having dedicated servers, or instances you can call your own. Even if they technically are not…
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We Compiled Stats for the Top JavaScript Projects of 2017. Here’s What We Learned.

Every morning at 6:00 a.m. Japan Time, there’s a tiny piece of code stored somewhere in the cloud. It wakes up, hits the GitHub API, and then goes back to sleep until the next day. It then takes that…
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How to deploy a Node.js app to the AWS Elastic Beanstalk

It took me the better part of a month to figure out how to setup an Amazon Web Services (AWS) account, configure a Node.js app for deploying, and then actually deploy it. A lot of that was trying to…
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Nested routes with React Router v4 – freeCodeCamp

React Router v4 introduced a new declarative, component based approach to routing. With that approach came some confusion around nested routes. In this post we’ll break down that confusion and you’ll…
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PickleJS — Closures in JavaScript – Hacker Noon

This article was originally published as part of JavaScript January. The original post can be found here Welcome to what will (hopefully) become a series of blog posts around some of the fundamental…
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Beginning ReactJS By Example - CodeProject

Beginning ReactJS By Example - CodeProject | javascript node.js | Scoop.it
Learn ReactJS with a simple drop down UI element example.; Author: Shawn Lawsure; Updated: 26 Jan 2018; Section: Client side scripting; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 26 Jan 2018
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Docker Compose: Redis, Flask and ReactJS – Part 1 - CodeProject

Docker Compose: Redis, Flask and ReactJS – Part 1 - CodeProject | javascript node.js | Scoop.it
In this series, I want to show you how to set up and deploy web applications using Flask and Redis on the Backend, and ReactJS on the Frontend. Using Docker Compose, it will be very easy to start, debug and deploy this application.; Author: Philipp_Engelmann; Updated: 25 Jan 2018; Section: Uncategorised Technical Blogs; Chapter: General Reading; Updated: 25 Jan 2018
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A Definitive Guide to JavaScript Prototypes – Hacker Noon

JavaScript prototypes are confusing and unfamiliar to many people. It’s time to demystify and master prototypes once and for all.
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How to build a React Auth App using React, Cosmic JS and Node

You will be required to install node.js and npm before starting. Make sure you already have them installed on your machine. In this repository, we are going to build an app that would demonstrate…
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Module Development Workflow – Hacker Noon

This is a suggested workflow for building npm modules locally. We’ll be building an input validation utility, but the principles can be applied to any library. Input validation is a common challenge…
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Async/Await Essentials for Production: Loops, Control Flows & Limits

Since its official inception in ES8, async/await has become a centerpiece for the future of JavaScript . Everyday new NPM packages get converted to support promises, promises that then power the all…
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Next.js, Razzle, CRA. Why you should use them for a next project.

Remember that your buggy starter, doesn’t matter is it full-featured or lightweight, will be used by some people in REAL PRODUCTION PROJECTS. And you need to maintain your starter, resolve issues and…
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