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 ReduxThis 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 ReduxIn 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.
Open Ranges Are Now Supported By The Object#in? Method In RailsWe can use Object#in? method to check open date ranges i.e. beginless and endless ranges.
Introducing Line Range Filtering in Rails 7.1 TestingRails 7.1 introduces line range filtering for running specific tests within a test file based on line numbers.
ECMAScript 2023 - Exploring New FeaturesIn this blog, we'll dive into the ECMAScript 2023 updates, highlighting four significant new features that promise to streamline our coding experience.
Rails 7.1 Store secret_key_base In Credentials For Local EnvironmentIn upcoming Rails 7.1 secret_key_base will be stored in credentials instead of secrets, as secrets has been deprecated in favour of credentials
Integrate Replicate in Rails ApplicationIntegrate Replicate in Rails application and effortlessly run various machine learning models in the cloud using Replicate
An In-Depth Look at React Server Components!This blog post will thoroughly explore the necessity, advantages, architecture, implementation, and constraints associated with React Server components.
Sort Your Rails Models By The Order of their AssociationsSort your Rails models by the order of their belongs_to associations using ActiveRecord::Reflection.