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Understanding the Shadow DOM in Web Components

Managing the structure and styling of components in web development may frequently become complex, particularly when working on large-scale projects with several developers or integrating third-party components. Because CSS is global, there is a chance for CSS conflicts and accidental styling changes, a common issue for developers. Here’s where the Shadow DOM comes in as […]

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Internationalization (I18n) Implementation in React

Internationalization (I18n) is a crucial aspect of building web applications that cater to a global audience. It involves adapting your application to different languages and regions seamlessly. In this blog, we will explore the implementation of I18n in a React app, ensuring a smooth user experience for diverse audiences. Why Internationalization? Before delving into the […]

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Astro: The Web Framework Revolutionizing Website Development

In this fast-paced world of web development, speed, flexibility, and usability are crucial to creating powerful online experiences. Within this context, Astro, an innovative web framework designed to generate static sites, offers exceptional performance and versatility. This blog will explore the benefits, challenges, and practical tips with Astro and its relevance today. Astro: A Quick […]

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Optimizely Configured Commerce(Spire): Integrating Third-Party NPM Packages

It is frequently necessary to use external libraries and packages in the constantly changing world of web development. For Spire, integrating third-party NPM packages into the system smoothly requires following certain procedures and considerations. Understanding the Setup within Spire Third-party NPM packages can be installed within Spire’s framework by clients and partners. It’s not quite […]

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A crash course of Next.js: rendering strategies and data fetching (part 1)

This series is my Next.js study resume, and despite it’s keen to a vanilla Next.js,  all the features are applicable with Sitecore SDK. It is similar to the guide I recently wrote about GraphQL and aims reducing the learning curve for those switching to it from other tech stack. Next.js is a React-based framework designed […]

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Facebook Released StyleX: Is it a Tailwind Killer?

Recently, Facebook (owned by Meta) released its own CSS-in-JS library called StyleX. According to the developers, it is great for large projects and its key advantage is performance. It is expected that StyleX will now be promoted as a best practice for React projects. The claimed benefits of using StyleX are reuse, typification, and everything […]

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Implementing Skeleton Components in React

In our last blog, we have gone through the concept of what is skeleton component in React. Now we will continue to implement skeleton component in React. The component supports 4 shape variants: text(default): represents a single line of text (you can adjust the height via font size). circular, rectangular, and rounded: come with different […]

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ZUSTAND, Is Redux Coming to an End?

Why is this State Management Solution Named Zustand? “Zustand” is a German word that translates to “state” in English. In the context of programming and software development, “Zustand” is often used in conjunction with “Zustands management,” which translates to “state management.” It refers to the management of the state of an application, typically to keep […]

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Exploring JEST React Testing Library: A Complete Overview

Welcome to the comprehensive guide on mastering JEST React Testing Library! In this tutorial, we will explore the ins and outs of the JEST React Testing Library, a powerful tool for testing React components. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced developer looking to enhance your testing skills, this guide will equip you with […]

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Perficient’s Bright Paths Program Brings Ingenuity and Community to the Forefront

Earlier this year, Perficient expanded its Bright Paths Program to introduce two national coding bootcamps open to students across the United States. The Bright Paths Program advances STEM education and career opportunities for underrepresented constituencies and communities to help close the gap in the technology industry. The first national cohort kickstarted in April, and students […]

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Type-checking Made Easy: Exploring PropTypes in React

In React development, ensuring proper data validation is crucial for building robust and reliable applications. One powerful tool for type-checking is PropTypes, a built-in feature in React that enables developers to validate the props passed to components. In this blog, we will explore the concept of type-checking with PropTypes, understand its benefits, and provide brief […]

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Understanding the Context API in React: Simplifying State Management

Introduction The Context API in React allows components to share data with each other, even if they are not directly related. It helps avoid the problem of passing data through many components by letting components access shared data directly. It helps in preventing the prop drilling problem. Consider the diagram to represent a chain of […]

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