You would concur with me that React has altered the course of front-end development.
This wonderful library has made the building of user interfaces much easier for developers and is arguably one of the best frameworks ever.
I love a good conference that exists because there is a rising tide in technology. JAMstack_conf:
Static site generators, serverless architectures, and powerful APIs are giving front-end teams fullstack capabilities — without the pain of owning infrastructure. It’s a new approach called the JAMstack.
I’ll be speaking at it! I’ve been pretty interested in all this and trying to learn and document as much as I can.
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React encourages developers to build by breaking a UI up into components. This means there will always be a need to pass data from one component to another — more specifically, from parent to child component — since we’re stitching them together and they rely on one another.
React calls the data passed between components props and we’re going to look into those in great detail. And, since we’re talking about props, any post on the topic would be …
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