With a very recent Safari update, Web Animations API (WAAPI) is now supported without a flag in all modern browsers (except IE). Here’s a handy Pen where you can check which features your browser supports.
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Integration tests are a natural fit for interactive websites, like ones you might build with React. They validate how a user interacts with your app without the overhead of end-to-end testing.
This article follows an exercise that starts with a simple website, validates behavior with unit and integration tests, and demonstrates
There is no doubt that web forms play an integral role in our web site or applications. By default, they provide a useful set of elements and features — from legends and fieldsets to native validation and states — but they only get us so far when we start to
requestAnimationFrame should be easy, but if you haven’t read React’s documentation thoroughly then you will probably run into a few things that might cause you a headache. Here are three gotcha moments I learned the hard way.
TLDR: Pass an empty array as a second
Before we can jump into learning more about the specifics of React, it’s important to talk about all the ways we can use React.
This will give us a good mental overview to see how React can be added to any project. In a nutshell, it comes down to the following:
For almost every form that you create, you will want some sort of validation. In React, working with and validating forms can be a bit verbose, so in this article we are going to use a package called Formik to help us out!
- Create a React project
- Add the Formik (and Yup)
Vue-Native is a framework written by GeekyAnts, it is a framework built to deliver cross platform mobile native applications. It is inspired by the React-native API, hence it gives a developer the ability to build cross platform applications in Vue.js using React Native’s robust system.
From the classic
forloop to the
.map() creates an array from calling a specific function on each item in the parent array.
.map() is a non-mutating method