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How to perform an end-to-end test of a React app using Cypress

UI is nothing without UX. While user interface development is essential, it means nothing if it doesn’t lead to a good user experience. So whenever us devs add a new feature, or modifies the existing one, we must ensure the UX flows seamlessly. And that means thorough testing. Generally, the development process should involve tests at both the module and unit level to ensure both work as expected through the changes.

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How to use React Hook Form for Crafting Interactive Forms?

Forms are a vital part of any digital solution, be it a gaming app or a simple online store crafting an interactive and easy-to-use form is a must to ensure user engagement. However, while working with core React preparing and managing forms with multiple fields usually becomes a hassle. As in core React, developers have to add lengthy lines of code to implement basic form features. This not only makes the code a hassle to work with but also complicates the overall codebase with unnecessary clutter.

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Connect a Ruby on Rails App with React in a Monolith

More and more people are using Ruby on Rails to create a back-end API application for a front-end app. But what if you want to create a rich and functional interface with JavaScript and use Rails for the back-end, without having them in separate repositories? You can create a monolithic Rails application. This article will show you how to connect a Rails application with a front-end developed in React (without splitting the code into two separate applications).

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Top 9 React Boilerplates to Know in 2022

React has gained popularity recently and is now among the most cherished frontend frameworks ever. React has consistently placed in the top two positions in the State of JS survey for the past five years, which serves as evidence. Additionally, this indicates that more developers than ever are creating projects in React. The React library benefits from the use of boilerplates, which are lines of code that are neutral by design and serve as a natural starting point when developing with any technology.

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7 Useful React Animation Libraries for Web Development

Modern web development makes effective use of animation. It not only improves the visual appeal of your application for the user, but it also offers interactive features like the ability to show and hide content in response to user input. A JavaScript library called React is used to create user interfaces. While some developers refer to it as React.js, others are more familiar with the name React. It is a JavaScript library that was created entirely in JavaScript.

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Top 11 React Chart Libraries to Know

The majority of React applications incorporate some form of data visualization. This is true for all languages, not only React. Some of the most frequent components of mobile and web applications today are charts, graphs, and other sorts of visual representations of data. JavaScript frameworks like React offer scalability and adaptability, to name a few advantages. With several libraries and components to supplement the built-in functionality?

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How to Handle Errors in React

Let's face it. Nobody wants to see a broken, empty page while surfing the web. It leaves you stranded and confused. You don't know what happened or what caused it, leaving you with a bad impression of the website. It is often better to communicate the error and let the user continue to use the app. The user will get less of a bad impression and can continue to use its features. In today's post, we'll go through different ways to handle errors in React applications.

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When to Choose React Native as Your Next App Development Framework

As an app developer, your task includes using programming languages to create, test and develop applications on mobile devices. Your tasks also involves coding, designing and troubleshooting. Did you know your arduous job can be simplified using cross-platform development like the React Native framework?