Javascript

Javascript

Using ESLint to speed up code reviews

If there is some sort of rule/coding standard in place on your project, that rule should be in ESLint. Living documentation is obviously preferable, and if we can put our practices both in clear code and in our editors while programmers are working, they are much more likely to follow the rule that is made.

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Building Basic React Authentication: Using hooks and context with react router

Simple way to create authentication using react-router and tokens

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Javascript

Quick Glance - Memo vs Memoize

Whats the difference, and when to use them.

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Quick Glance - Optional Chaining

Using the stage 2 proposal today!

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