Design & UX
Pius Boachie, Sep 19
3 Overlooked Tweaks to Optimize Website Usability
Boachie Pius talks about analysis paralysis and three of the most overlooked website usability optimizations, and shows us how to fix them.
HTML & CSS
Ashley Nolan, Sep 19
Taking CSS Linting to the Next Level with Stylelint
Ashley Nolan introduces the features of stylelint, a flexible and well-supported CSS linting tool that can improve your team's code style and maintenance.
Michael Wanyoike, Sep 18
Redux vs MobX: Which Is Best for Your Project?
MobX is popular for React state management, but how does it measure up to Redux? Michael Wanyoike compares both and shows how to migrate from Redux to MobX
Jack Franklin, Sep 18
How to Test React Components Using Jest
Jack Franklin introduces you to Jest, a testing framework written by Facebook, with some great features that make it a breeze to test your React components.
Angela Molina, Sep 18
Using the HelloSign API Dashboard and Test Mode
We demonstrate how HelloSign’s dashboard can help you manage and provide overviews into your API calls, callbacks, requests and more!
Swizec Teller, Sep 15
Building Animated Components, or How React Makes D3 Better
Use React and D3.js to build declarative, reusable visualization components. Swizec Teller waxes lyrical about the benefits of combining these two libraries
Andrew Ray, Sep 15
Building a Game with Three.js, React and WebGL
The creator of Charisma The Chameleon, Andrew Ray, looks at how to write 3D games declaratively using Three.js, ReactJS and WebGL.
Angela Molina, Sep 15
Making Your First API Call with HelloSign
In just 5 minutes, we’ll show you how to start signing documents on your own website using the HelloSign API.
Christopher Pitt, Sep 14
Procedurally Generated Game Terrain with React, PHP, and WebSockets
Chris uses ReactJS, PHP, and Websockets to demonstrate how we can procedurally generate game terrain for our rip-off of Stardew Valley!
Nirmalya Ghosh, Sep 14
How to Create a Reddit Clone Using React and Firebase
Nirmalya Ghosh shows you how to use Firebase's real-time database features, coupled with create-react-app, to build a basic Reddit clone with live voting.
Claudio Ribeiro, Sep 13
Symfony Console Beyond the Basics - Helpers and Other Tools
Symfony's Console can be used in any non-Symfony project to develop command line apps. Learn about console helpers in this tutorial by Claudio Ribeiro!
Christopher Pitt, Sep 13
Game Development with React and PHP: How Compatible Are They?
Chris bootstraps a basic Stardew-Valley-like game in this game development with PHP post, using an async server, preprocessors, and ReactJS!
Dan Prince, Sep 13
How to Build a Todo App Using React, Redux, and Immutable.js
Dan Prince shows how to build a Todo app using React, Redux, and Immutable.js.
Design & UX
Giannis Konstantinidis, Sep 13
Introducing Microsoft's Fluent Design System
Giannis introduces us to Microsoft's new design language — Fluent Design System — and explains how to implement its design concepts into Windows UWP apps.
Michael Wanyoike, Sep 12
Getting Started with React: A Beginner's Guide
Michael Wanyoike introduces the fundamentals of React, providing a step-by-step tutorial on how to create a simple message app.
Adam Roberts, Sep 12
How to Learn React: Everything You Need to Get Started
No matter where you are on your journey, the best React content you need is here - take a look and dive in!
Sophia Shoemaker, Sep 12
What's New in React 16?
In this post, we're going to learn how to create a music player using some of the new features in React 16.
Jack Franklin, Sep 11
How to Organize a Large React Application and Make It Scale
Jack Franklin describes a set of tips and best practices for creating and organizing React applications in a scalable way.
Azat Mardan, Sep 11
React Quickly: How to Work with Forms in React
An excerpt from Azat Mardan's "React Quickly" book, which explains how to work with forms in React and the concept of controlled components.
Mark Brown, Sep 08
React for Angular Developers
Are you an Angular dev looking to get started with React? If so, then join Mark Brown for a guided tour of the differences and similarities between the two.
Jack Franklin, Sep 08
Higher Order Components: A React Application Design Pattern
Jack Franklin takes a look at Higher Order Components, a design pattern that helps keep your React applications tidy, well structured and easy to maintain.
Chris Laughlin, Sep 07
Styling in React: From External CSS to Styled Components
Chris Laughlin takes a look at some of the options for applying CSS styles to React components, and introduces the styled-components library.
Eric Greene, Sep 07
Working with Data in React: Properties & State
Eric Greene of the Microsoft Developer Network teaches the fundamentals of working with data in React apps.
HTML & CSS
Nicole Saidy, Sep 07
Putting the "App" in Progressive Web Apps
Nicole Saidy offers an overview of Progressive Web Apps (PWAs), what they are, which problems they solve, and what makes them apps or app-like.