Often we have to reinstall or fix development workflows that may occur during the development process. In my case, I had to do little disk cleanup to make space for my newer development projects. Therefore I decided to archive my older React and Gatsby projects folder to a flash drive and clean up my hard […]
Following are some recent ReactJs documentation by Dan Abramov posted in Overeacted. They very detailed and very informative. How Are Function Components Different from Classes? by Dan Abramov. This is a great official documentation to understand functional components vs Classes. A MUST read article. A Complete Guide to useEffect by Dan Abrammov. A very detailed […]
ReactJs, just like other software libraries, is constantly in development to patch securities, update dependencies and add new features. To take advantages of the new features, the core ReactJs library needs to be updated when available. In this posts updating ReactJs to newer version using npm and Yarn is described briefly. Updating React v16.8 with […]
This React as a UI Runtime by Dan Abramov is very detailed article to “understand the React programming model in more depth“. According to Dan, this article is aimed at “experienced programmers and folks working on other UI libraries who asked about some trade offs chosen in React”.
This is a deep dive — THIS IS NOT a beginner-friendly post. In this post, I’m describing most of the React programming model from first principles. I don’t explain how to use it — just how it works. Dan Abramov- Overreacted
In deed, this a very long deep dive article and takes several reads to understand about React programming model.
Even your favorite developers may not know many things that you know. Regardless of your knowledge level, your confidence can vary greatly. Experienced developers have valuable expertise despite knowledge gaps. Dan Abramov, Overreacted.
The above quote was taken from Dan Abramov's confessional post Things I Don’t Know as of 2018 from his personal blog site Overreacted where he lists his knowledge gaps in more than 24 areas where we assume he has knowledge.