Context Reborn

To all the React developers out there, you must have read this at least once?

“If you want your application to be stable, don’t use context. It is an experimental API and it is likely to break in future releases of React.”

For those who don’t know, earlier this snippet belonged to the official documentation of ReactJS. But now, things have changed 😛 

In this blog post, I’ll be explaining the usage of the stable Context API introduced in React v16.3


ReactJS: the mysterious `key`

In this post, we’re going to discuss issues coming while rendering arrays without proper usage of keys. (more…)

Javascript Gotchas

While working on my last mobile app I ran into basic issues of javascript right before the final release. That caused additional delay in the release. These issues could have been avoided if I took care of them at the very beginning itself. I am going to discuss few of them here today.  (more…)


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