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5 Tips to Help You Avoid React Hooks Pitfalls
Let's explore some hook gotchas and how to avoid them.
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React 16.9 contains several new features, bugfixes, and new deprecation warnings to help prepare for a future major release.
Now that React Hooks are rolled out, the work on Concurrent Mode and Suspense for Data Fetching is in full swing.
Say hello to Duotone, a beautiful new icon style now available as part of Font Awesome Pro. And the best part? If you know how to use Font Awesome, you already know how to use our duotone icons.
In JavaScript, the Number type cannot safely represent integer values larger than 2⁵³. This limitation has forced developers to use inefficient workarounds and third-party libraries. BigInt is a new data type intended to fix that.
A deep-dive on everything Lee has learned in the past year about building style guides, design systems, component libraries, and their best practices.
An understanding of CSS Writing Modes is useful if you want to work with vertical scripts, or change writing mode for creative reasons. However, they also underpin our new layout methods, and those ideas are increasingly being applied across all of CSS. In this article, find out why Rachel Andrew believes understanding writing modes is so important.
!important isn’t bad and you shouldn’t feel bad — if you know how to use it
For beginners
You may have read that JavaScript’s % operator is a remainder operator, not a modulo operator. This blog post explains what that means.
Hello from the server side
In event-driven programming, code is written to react instead of waiting to be called. Learn how to create, dispatch, and manage events in Node.js.
Spec of the week
The ECMAScript proposal “globalThis” by Jordan Harband provides a new standard way of accessing the global object.