βš›οΈ React v17 RC released: Here’s what’s new

Today, on React‘s blog appeared a very intriguing article about the new major version update. It might seem interesting even more, because there has not been a major version update since 2017 (fiber rewrite). This version is still not a production ready and is in RC stage. What’s new in React v17? No new features. […]

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Different Options For Managing React State In 2020

Hello folks πŸ‘‹ ! I’ve noticed this really interested topic about react state in RFA section here on Hashnode and it immediately caught my attention since for the past 3 years, I’ve wrote around 10k+ react components, it was hundreds of thousands of lines of code and obviously, I used the state really often while […]

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What’s new in ES2020 (ES11)?

Hey guys! πŸ‘‹ It’s been a couple of weeks (or months already 😌) since the new major update of JavaScript has been released, but if you haven’t had the time to check it out yet, I invite you to join me here in this article where I will show you what’s new, what’s changed and […]

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What’s new in ES2019 (ES10)

Hey folks! πŸ‘‹ Every once in a while (once a year to be precise) we’re given an opportunity to experience a thrill from what’s new in JavaScript world. Yes, I am talking about releasing a new major version update of our favourite language, JavaScript, this time called ES2019 or ES10. So, what’s the new JavaScript […]

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What’s new in ES2018 (ES9)

Hello JavaScripters! πŸ‘‹ A new JavaScript version is here packed with a bunch of new features and updates, let’s get down to it, shall we! Me personally I am looking forward to one particular udpate, i.e. the Object rest/spread operator that will enable me and certainly you to write way less code (in quantity) and […]

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What’s new in ES2015 (ES6)

I could not been more happy when I heard ES6 will be officially launched. This new version of JavaScript brings a bunch of new String, Array or Object functions, new code declarations and code styles and also native Classes. Don’t get me wrong, but I think this new version of JavaScript will start a new […]

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