Tagged: Best Practices

A Fullstack developers survival guide to the JS jungle – Part 3

Welcome back! Or welcome, if you missed the first and second parts of this series. In this series I am trying to help Fullstack Developers make the metamorphosis from being a developer who is only...

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A Fullstack developers survival guide to the JS jungle – Part 2

Welcome back! Or welcome if you missed the first part of this tip series. In this series I am trying to help Fullstack Developers make the metamorphosis from being a developer who is only paying...

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A Fullstack developers survival guide to the JS jungle – Part 1

You may not know this but by trade I’m actually a Fullstack .NET developer. I just happen to be one of those weird Fullstack developers who has more of an affinity to the front...

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When a good plan comes together: React project structure for scaling

I’d like to talk about a topic that perhaps doesn’t get spoken about as much as it should and because we don’t speak about it enough publicly it tends to be something that we...

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So much style it hurts: Using ESLint in React projects

Like most things in life, coding is so much better when you approach it with a certain style and panache. One of the classiest things you can do with your code base is ensure that...

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Sanding the corners: Refactoring a React component to fit the container/presentation component pattern

The road to React grok has been a long and arduous one and with all this deep understanding we’ve been gaining over the last couple of tutorials my mind and soul grow weary. Whilst...

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Presentation Components and Container Components and Stateless Functional Components, OH MY!

Whilst frequenting my favourite slack haunt one of my fellow slackers mentioned that they had recently been googling up a storm and looking at a number of different React examples. Whilst researching they had...

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