Why NextJs should not be ignored.A brief introduction to a full-stack framework backed with React syntax

Why NextJs should not be ignored.

A brief introduction to a full-stack framework backed with React syntax

The NextJs official website’s landing page terms NextJs as “The React Framework for Production”. It is by Vercel. I encountered NextJs while I was pursuing to become a full-stack developer with 4+ years of hands-on experience in front-end web technologies. NextJs is a layer on top of React extending its capabilities. React does not need…

4 Ways to Style React Components: A Beginner’s GuideAn introduction to statically and dynamically style React components

4 Ways to Style React Components: A Beginner’s Guide

An introduction to statically and dynamically style React components

Styling React components is an essential part of building front-end applications. There are several ways in which we can achieve our desired styling in React. Not only it helps make the applications aesthetically pleasing, but also improves the overall user experience (UX). This is not a be-all guide to styling React components, but a starting…

A Guide To Working With Forms And Input Fields in ReactAll about controlled and uncontrolled components in React

A Guide To Working With Forms And Input Fields in React

All about controlled and uncontrolled components in React

The best way to understand the basics of any framework is to develop a CRUD application, and every CRUD application will always have a form with different input fields. While working with forms in React, you’ll come across fancy terms like “Controlled” and “Uncontrolled” components. My aim with this write-up is to break down these…