How to Connect Your React Application With Redux

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An exciting adventure for React developers is when they connect their React application with redux and when you have made it this far in reading about React, that means you are on the way to explore the out of the box concept of how you can manage global states in your application. This article will be helpful for React developers in integrating React applications with Redux.

Though React gives us the ability to manage state for our components, the dependency of the parent components on the child components and state management between two components becomes complicated with the increasing size of the application. To resolve this issue we have a third-party library called Redux which gives us all these wonderful features we need for global state management. Read Further at React Application with Redux.

Vue CLI 3 Full-Stack App Structure

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If you’re creating an app with Vue.js, you’ll most likely want to utilize the best-practice scaffolding provided by Vue CLI 3.

But if the Vue app is the client layer of a full-stack JavaScript app, for example, in a "MEVN" configuration (Mongo, Express, Vue, Node), it’s not entirely clear how Vue CLI 3 should be integrated into such a structure.

Create and Publish Web Components With Vue CLI 3

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Are web components "the future" for the web platform? There are many opinions both for and against. What is a fact, though, is that browser support is emerging for web components and there are a growing number of tools and resources for authors interested in creating and publishing web components of their own.

A great tool for creating web components is Vue.js, and it’s been made even easier with the release of Vue CLI 3 and the new @vue/web-component-wrapper library.

15 Useful Features of JavaScript Schedulers

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Nowadays, developers of JavaScript schedulers provide users with dozens of features. Some of them can be considered as an integral part of every web-based scheduler. For example, it’s hard to imagine a scheduling app that doesn’t allow users to switch between the Day, Week, Month, and Year views. At the same time, there are some not so obvious yet useful features about which not all users can know. In this article, we’ll consider 15 useful features implemented by three different developers of JavaScript schedulers.

Kendo UI jQuery Scheduler

Kendo UI Scheduler is a part of the Kendo UI library that provides dozens of full-featured widgets. Kendo UI supports major modern JavaScript libraries and can work with jQuery, Angular, React, and Vue.

A Look at React Native and React.js

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Backed by Facebook, Instagram, and a reputed community of developers, React is one of the most used JavaScript libraries at present. According to Libscore, at present React is being utilized on a number of reputed sites, such as Netflix, Airbnb, Walmart, HelloSign, and Imgur, to name a few.

React.js development is not in any way similar to React native mobile app development and both of them serve a different purpose. The blog will explain all of the main differences between these two PLs and will provide you with an approach to choose the one for your particular project.

CRUD Operations Using ReactJS Hooks and Web API

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In this article, we will explain how to implement Hooks in React. Hooks are a new concept that were introduced in React 16.8. Hooks are an alternative to classes. In this article, I’m going to create CRUD operations using React Hooks and Web API.

You can check my previous article in which we use class components to perform CRUD from the following link,