Content Management Systems are arguably the internet’s most powerful web development tool. In a rapidly growing market where every business under the sun requires a website that is not only fully functioning, but optimised, easy to update regularly, and implement the
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2019 is half over, but don’t let that stop you from trying something new… specifically, a new CMS. “But Ezequiel, good buddy, I don’t have time to check out a whole new content management system. I have websites to make!”, you say, in those exact words.
That’s fair, but you should
There are several advantages to using a static site generator such as VuePress. With VuePress, you can focus on writing content using markdown, and the VuePress application generates static HTML files. VuePress also turns your content into a single-page application (SPA), so transitions between pages seem instant and seamless. The
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:
When you’re looking to setup your React developer environment,
create-react-app is one of the go to ways to go about it. This package allows you to do so with minimal configuration as it creates most of the boilerplate code needed to get you up and running. The React team recently
When building Single Page Applications a feature I frequently find myself adding is a simple search filter. Nothing too in depth, I’ll just want a text field to be able to quickly filter over items to find specific ones.
I’m going to share what I do, because it’s quick to implement,
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)
Curious already? Let’s see how!
You should already have your development environment setup
One of the most impressive parts of Visual Studio Code is customizability, especially via extensions. If you’re a web developer, you won’t be able to live without installing these extensions!
As web developers, we are often required to create applications that are responsive as well as media-rich. Having such requirements in place means that we need to work with image breakpoints, as well as media queries since we want to provide the best experience to the end users. Adding to
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.