10 Jun, 2020
React was first introducted to general public in May 2013; roughly three years after the first release of Angular JS (October 2010). Soon, it picked up the momentum and now is the highest stared(~150K) and forked(29.2K) repository on Github. The positive point of React with its contemporary libraries was the backward compatibility in all the released versions.
15 Jun, 2020
In the previous post, we created a blog post application with React and managed local state with useState hook. We will extend the same application and will introduce Redux and react-redux library for state management and @reduxjs/toolkit for opinionating setting up the redux store and creating selector function on state.
27 Jun, 2020
In the previous post, we created a BlogPost application with React and Redux and managed global state with Redux. We will extend the same application and will introduce Next.js for server-side rendering. The bigger benefit of using Next.js is pre-rendering of the page along with automatic code-splitting, static site export, CSS-in-JS.
29 Jun, 2020
In the previous post, We created a BlogPost application rendering content on server-side with Next.js. We will be changing the same application to use SSG (Static Generation) capability of Next.js.
30 Jun, 2020
etlify provides global scale platfom for web projects without any server, devops and infrastructure setup. It has a good support deploy static and dynamic site and you can start your project for free.
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