Problems with the main patterns of creating data-driven apps in React.js

For interface creation, React recommends using composition and state management libraries for building component hierarchies.However, with complex patterns of composition problems emerge: Need to unnecessarily structure child elements Or pass them as props, which complicates readability, semantics and code structure For the majority of developers, the problem may not be obvious, and they pass it …

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Redux – Not needed! Replacing with useContext and useReducer in React?

Good day, Habr readers! I want to tell you about how I recently found out about some “hooks” in React. They appeared relatively recently, in version [16.8.0] ofFebruary 6, 2019 (which in terms of FrontEnd evolution speed – is very long ago) Having read the documentation, I focused my attention on useReducer hook and immediately …

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Windows 10 + Python = VS Code + WSL

Microsoft… The technological locomotive of our time. It’s no secret that they’re cool, and that they’re absorbing more and more… of everything. Fortunately, lately they have only been encouraging me with their potential. And after the presentation by Satya Nadella, where he told the world that Windows is no longer the main product of the company, …

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Programmers can’t write algorithms without help: once more about the interview

David Hansson, the creator of Ruby on Rails, admitted in a tweet that he wouldn’t be able to write bubble sort on a whiteboard. David looks up code on the internet all the time: He was supported by multiple colleagues: This topic, which periodically comes up on different sites, fell right into my own experience: …

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