Each lesson focuses on a single aspect of building the project, like modeling the data, building a GraphQL server in Elixir, or building a mobile client for it in Flutter.
Starting a React App, writing tests, and adding Flow.js to it.
Setting up Redux in our application, along with ImmutableJS
Integrating our React App with an API using apisauce and decoders.
How to transform your React project into a lib and export it using babel
How to integrate CSS from a React Library into a project
Integrating React in a Chat Phoenix App
Improving our Chat using Ant Design
Using react-router and checking other routing libraries
Building a blog in React using Semantic UI and NextJS
A quick rundown on TypeScript + React together
Setup Redux in our NextJS app and deploying with Now
Using Redux First Router
Using FuseBox rather than webpack to build our React project
React bits from Formulae
Managing the state with MobX
What is React VR and how to start building apps with it.
Handling images and animating them
Handling interactions from the user
Using React VR to travel to different places
Work with mouse events and VR gazer pointer in React VR
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