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Explore new hooks coming up in React 19

React 19 introduces powerful new hooks like useActionState, useFormStatus, useOptimistic, and use that simplifies optimistic UI updates, form handling, and working with promises. In this blog, we will take a closer look at each of them.

Memo vs. useMemo: When to use each for better React performance?

Ever wondered when to use React.memo and useMemo? This in-depth guide clarifies their differences and shows how to leverage them for optimal performance.

ECMAScript - Grouping arrays using Object.groupBy and Map.groupBy

This blog explains the features of the latest ECMAScript proposal Object.groupBy and Map.groupBy that reached stage 4.

Tailwind vs Bootstrap

This blog explores the differences between Tailwind CSS and Bootstrap, assisting developers in selecting the optimal framework for their projects.

Understanding Generators, Iterators, and Iterator Helpers in JavaScript

Understand JavaScript generators for pausing functions, ideal with large datasets. Learn iterator basics, next() method, and efficient iteration with helpers

Zustand or Redux, which one is the best choice?

This blog explores Zustand and Redux for React state management, highlighting Zustand's simplicity and Redux's suitability for complex projects.

React state management - useReducer vs Redux

This blog explores useReducer vs Redux, delving into their definitions, use cases, code samples and when to choose each for efficient state management.

Deciding which state management to use: opting between useContext and Redux

In this article, we will explore two effective strategies for managing state in React apps: the useContext hook and Redux Toolkit. The article provides practical code examples for both the useContext hook and Redux Toolkit, and it discusses the advantages, disadvantages, and best-fit scenarios for each approach.

ECMAScript 2023 - Exploring New Features

In this blog, we'll dive into the ECMAScript 2023 updates, highlighting four significant new features that promise to streamline our coding experience.

Simplify Routing and Boost Performance with Next.js App Router

Discover the powerful features of Next.js 13's App Router built on React Server Components, enabling efficient route organization and layout creation. Improve performance with server-centric routing and seamless client-side navigation. Unlock advanced routing patterns like parallel routes and route interception to create sophisticated web applications with ease.