In this article, you'll learn how to accept payments using PayPal in React.
Here, you'll find articles on some cool tech, tips, tricks and more that I'm picking up on my tech journey. I hope you're able to find some value and help in them!
You know that blue loading bar you see when navigating between routes on YouTube and Github? Well, here's how you do it.
There are several ways to persist users or store a user's session within a React app. One way is using cookies to store the current session.
In this article, you'll learn how to easily extend tailwindcss to give you dark-mode.
In this article, you'll learn about the power of preloading and prefetching links to improve load times on your site.
Out with the old, in with the new. Switching to Redux toolkit is one of the most important decisions you'll ever make.
In this article, you'll learn how to build your own chrome extension that makes API calls.
In this 2 for 1 article, you'll learn how to build a real NPM package(already published to NPM) and while at it, you'll learn how to write it in TypeScript.
Tailwindcss compiles to quite a large file size. In production, we do not need all the classes tailwind offers us and we would love to strip those classes out when our Application is deployed.
In this article, you'll learn how to create multipe useRef input fields and to select each of them individually.
In this article, We’re building a load more button that will load and show more posts each time a user clicks load more.
Tailwindcss provides a modern spin on writing css. And unlike bootstrap, it allows us write css without predefined classes i.e we can create our own custom styles without external opinions on how things should look.