interactive exercises and examples.
Navi is a new kind of router for React. It lets you declaratively map URLs to content, even when that content is asynchronous.
Hooks are a brand new API with a lot of hype. But don't let that fool you –
useContext() is incredibly useful.
You know how
catch work, but what about
finally? Does it run after rethrown exceptions or
CSS-in-JS can be a huge win for maintainability. But for large statically rendered websites, plain CSS still has its place.
Learn how and why to make a
useTimeTravel React hook that we can use to make Tolerant User Interfaces.
Sure, you already know that you can pass children to React elements by nesting JSX tags. But what about the other 3 ways?
Learn how to use React Fragments let to group React elements, without requiring unnecessary markup or confusing
Learn how to get the succinct syntax of Markdown, the power of JSX, and all with the simplicity of create-react-app 2.