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useOptimistic: Powering Next.js

In today’s blog, we will examine an experimental hook that helps us display optimized results when we display data we fetch from the server. What can we do to optimize such a use case? Is there a way to show updated data as it is being fetched from the server? We will explore precisely that […]

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Advanced Array Methods in JavaScript: Part 3

Welcome back to the third part of our series on elevating your JavaScript skills through array methods. Having established a solid foundation with simple array methods, we’re now poised to tackle more advanced methods. In this blog, we will discover sophisticated array methods that offer greater flexibility and power in manipulating data. Prepare to unlock […]

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React reusable API call using Custom React Hooks

Introduction Custom Hooks are reusable functions that let a React JS developer tailor and adjust a React application’s functionality. React JS version 16.8 includes them. A special JavaScript function with the prefix “use” is referred to as a “Custom Hooks.” Using a customized Hook, retrieve information from an API. This hook will return an object […]

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Essential Array Methods Guide: Part 2

In continuation of Part 1, we will now delve into essential array methods that enhance your JavaScript toolkit. These methods allow you to effortlessly handle complex data manipulation tasks, opening new possibilities for your projects. isArray() isArray() is your trusty detector for identifying arrays. Just pass any value to Array.isArray(), and it quickly tells you whether […]

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Essential Array Methods Guide: Part 1

Arrays are a cornerstone of JavaScript programming, offering a versatile way to keep and manage data. In this initial segment, we`ll explore the essential array methods that every JavaScript developer should know. If you’re eager to advance further, keep an eye out for advanced array methods in JavaScript. Introduction to Essential Array Methods Arrays are […]

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useFormState in Next.js: Form Management

In my previous blog, we had discussed using server actions with our forms and managing the loading state with the new useFormStatus hook from react-dom. In this one, we are going to explore another experimental hook from react-dom: useFormState. Concisely, useFormState is a hook to which we provide a function to manipulate form data. The […]

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useNavigate: Navigation React Router v6

In React͏ development, smooth moving between pages is vital for a seamless͏ user experience. React Router v6 brings out the useNavigate hook for advanced navigation, simplifying navigation logic͏ in functional elements. This ͏blog post will delve into the useNavigate hook, its features, functions, and benefits in React Router v6. Introducing useN͏avigate In React Router͏ v6, […]

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useFormStatus FormControl in Next.js

In Next JS, developers prefer most of their code to remain on the server side. However, it is quite tricky to accomplish such feats when you are working with forms. Components that require inputs from the user and thus must be client components to perform user operations like button clicks or text inputs. There useFormStatus […]

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React Navigation: A Rollercoaster Ride with useHistory

React applications often require navigation between different components and pages. The useHistory hook, provided by React Router, simplifies navigation by providing access to the browser’s history object. In this blog, we’ll explore the useHistory hook, understand its implementation, and see practical examples of how it enhances navigation in React applications. Understanding useHistory The useHistory hook […]

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Finding Your Way in React: Exploring useLocation and useParams.

React provides powerful tools for creating dynamic web apps. The two most important hooks for dealing with routing and URLs are useLocation and useParams. In this blog post, we’ll explore these hooks’ functionality, discuss their application with examples, and show you how to combine them to give your React projects smooth navigation. Understanding useLocation The […]

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Mastering Advanced Features and Techniques of JEST React Testing Library

Welcome to a deeper journey into the JEST React Testing Library world! We’ll explore advanced methods and tricks that enhance your testing expertise here. If you’re new to JEST, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered with “Exploring JEST React Testing Library: A Complete Overview,” which helps you understand basic and advanced insights, ensuring a comprehensive […]

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The Power Of Objects In JavaScript: Part 2

Jump into the fascinating world of JavaScript objects with us! We’re going to explore cool methods and tricks that can make your coding skills even better. If you’re new to objects in JavaScript, no stress! Our guide, ” The Power of Objects in Javascript: Part 1” is there to help. It breaks down both the […]

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