Even though it’s really easy to get in the habit of using inline styles all over the place in your components, there might be better ways of organizing your styles for React Native.
React content on the Revelry Blog: Navigate our lab notes by using the tag system.
If you have ever done mobile development in React Native, chances are you have used a TextInput. And, you’ve probably also used the numerical version of TextInput to create a numerical keypad.
Don’t use JSON as a configuration file format, unless you have to. Here are all the reasons why – and what to use instead.
A great way to save hours of time is to always keep cross-browser best practices in mind throughout the process of developing a new site.
This purpose of this article is simply to give an up-to-date example of a React Google Maps component using ES6.
You might want to avoid Jest if you don’t need its features, don’t like its conventions, or if Jest is incompatible with your other tools. If you choose not to use Jest, you can use Jasmine directly instead.
I’d like to suggest a simple piece of advice to fellow React devs out there. When rendering dynamic arrays of child elements within a React component…
Don’t Forget Your Keys!