Blog Posts

Dynamic rendering in React

Have you ever wondered how CMS like Wordpress, Wix, etc works under the hood? Look no further. We will be diving in to the fundamental parts of how a CMS is able to achieve its functionality by talking about how to dynamically render a React component with a JSON configuration while building a simple form component.

Jun 8, 2020

react, rendering

Multilingual Architecture with React and Redux

When it comes to internationalization, we need to think not only about translations, but also about pluralization, formatting for dates and currencies, and a handful of other things.

Feb 18, 2020

redux, react, i18n

Axios vs Fetch

One of the fundamental part of a frontend application is to communicate with the servers through the HTTP protocol. JavaScript can send network requests to the server and load new information whenever it is needed without having to reload the page.

Jan 27, 2020

axios, fetch

Code Splitting with React and Redux

Modern web sites often combine all of their JavaScript into a single, large bundle. When JavaScript is served this way, loading performance suffers. Large amounts of JavaScript can also tie up the main thread, delaying interactivity. This is especially true of devices with less memory and processing power.

Nov 25, 2019

code-splitting, redux, react

Introduction to React Hooks

Imagine you have several components and you would want to reuse stateful logic between them without having to rewrite the components.

Nov 16, 2019

react, hooks

Webpack Vendor and Chunk

In many projects that uses React, starting up a project might take 20–30 seconds and that is a pretty large window to get distracted and do something else.

Mar 26, 2019