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Getting Started With React Native

by Jaime Betancourt on May 20, 2019

React Native In this article you will learn how to set up your computer to begin developing apps using React Native. Before we begin, what is React Native? As stated on the official React Native website, https://facebook.github.io/react-native/, “React Native lets…

What are React Hooks and why you should care about them – Part 2

by Sardor Nazirov on May 13, 2019

Required version of React: 16.8+ What are React Hooks and why you should care about them - Part 1 Outline Context Hook Custom Hooks Important Rules with Hooks Sample application In the first part of the blog, we discussed the…

What are React Hooks and why you should care about them – Part 1

by Sardor Nazirov on May 13, 2019

Required version of React: 16.8+ What are React Hooks and why you should care about them - Part 2 Outline Intro What is wrong with React Components now? Hooks overview useState useEffect TLDR Intro There is a new kid on…

How To Build a Serverless React.js Application with AWS Lambda, API Gateway, & DynamoDB – Part 4

by David Lopez on April 9, 2019

Part 4 : Code Review, Deploy, & Configure an effective CI/CD Pipeline on AWS This is a continuation of our multi-part series on building a simple web application on AWS using AWS Lambda and the ServerlessFramework. You can review the first, second, and third parts…

How To Build a Serverless React.js Application with AWS Lambda, API Gateway, & DynamoDB – Part 3

by David Lopez on April 9, 2019

How To Configure Infrastructure As Code, Mock Services, & Unit Testing This is a continuation of our multi-part series on building a simple web application on AWS using AWS Lambda and the ServerlessFramework. You can review the first and second parts of this series starting…

How To Build a Serverless React.js Application with AWS Lambda, API Gateway, & DynamoDB – Part 2

by David Lopez on April 9, 2019

How To Configure your Serverless Backend on AWS This is a continuation of our multi-part series on building a simple web application on AWS using AWS Lambda and the ServerlessFramework. You can review the first part of this series starting with the setup of your local environment…

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