In this article we will go through the process of setting up a Redux Store inside a React App. Even though the Context API are now available out of the box in React, the use of Redux is still widespread and maintains its charme and advantages. I thought it was a good idea to have an article to use as a reminder of the steps needed to manually put in place a Redux Store in order to start with new React/Redux projects faster!
In this tutorial I shall assume you already know about React and its fundamentals (components, state, props)…
If you are a developer and work with Windows, it is very likely that at somepoint in time, you faced with an annoying little issue: typing a backtick and/or a tide in your code.
Maybe you use the new ES6 syntax and needed the backtick to interpolate your variables inside a string. Or maybe, you were trying to set up a CSS sibling selector.
In any case, typing these characters on Windows is quite uncomfortable. …
The idea for a new blog or a website comes to your mind and you find yourself driven by the typical enthusiasm of this new project. You want to get started as soon as possible, but you have no experience with domains, hostings and websites in general, so what to do? The solution is a free version of WordPress hosted on wordpress.org: no installation, no complicated stuff, no payments or subscriptions, in other words the perfect deal!
Yes, but… your website address has that
/wordpress.org suffix that doesn’t sound very professional.. …
There we go again, talking about WordPress, the most used CMS in the web! Everyone knows how reliable a WordPress website is and how many possbilities it has to offer thanks to the huge number of third-party plugins out there. It is easy to use, simply to mantain and very fast when it comes to add content!
WordPress is so widespread that nowadays most of the hosting solutions companies also offer a “WordPress package” providing a pre-installed version of WordPress together with hosting and domain services.
However, these offers are defintely more expensive than a plain hosting+domain solution, and it…
Hey guys, this is the second part of my tutorial about Fastify and React Admin. In this second part we are going to build the frontend of our CRUD todo list application with React admin and connect it to the Fastify backend we developend previously! If you missed part 1, you can find it here. If you want to skip reading and go straight to the code, you can find all the frontend source code here, and the complete backend code here!
Have you ever realized how repetitive and somehow boring it is to make up the frontend for backoffice CRUD operations over and over in all your projects? Well, a few days ago I randomly ran across this interesting package named React Admin by marblelab, which promises to definitely boost the whole process on the frontend side! I therefore decided to give it a try and make a small, fullstack CRUD application, using Fastify and MongoDB / Mongoose for my backend stack.
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