Josh writes playful and interactive articles with a focus on React, Gatsby, CSS, and animation. Formerly employed by Gatsby, he recently went full-time to work on an interactive CSS course, built on his own course software.
Blog written by Dan Abramov, a member of the React Core Team and author of Redux. He writes about UI engineering, software development practices, and concepts in React.js.
Lee works at Vercel and write about Next.js, MDX, Node, and React. His most popular posts are about design systems and design, as well as how to work with Yarn Workspaces and Lerna.
Mark writes detailed technical articles focused on React and Redux, as well as introductory articles on web development topics, tips for coding career advice, React/Redux-related presentations and assorted other technical topics (TypeScript, Git, etc). The author is also a maintainer of Redux.
Hooks are a new addition in React that lets you use state and other React features without writing a class. This website provides easy to understand code examples to help you learn how hooks work and inspire you to take advantage of them in your next project.
Dave's articles help you learn and master frontend development with React. He writes about React and Redux, and is also the author of the Pure React course.
Emma writes about React, Gatsby and anything else that has piqued her interest. She currently works as a front-end developer at Atlassian.
Kitze writes about web development, with a focus on React. He also sometimes blogs about building his software products, Sizzy and Fungarzione.
Samuel writes about the realm between Design & Development. Learn animations, CSS, web development tips & tricks and creating delightful and useful interfaces! Some topics include React, Framer Motion, Next.js, Component Kits, UX and much more.
Aman often write posts on React.js, React Native and Node.js. These days his focus is on React Native and how to use it for cross-platform mobile development.
Rado is the Head of Engineering at Product Hunt and writes about his experiences building the internet's favorite place to launch. He writes about Ruby, GraphQL, Software Testing, and React.
Kyle writes about all things AWS related in addition to infrastructure, DevOps, and frontend topics like React.js, Next.js, and Amplify. When not writing about technical topics, he also shares his thoughts on Entrepreneurship, Indie Hacking, and Side Projects.
Utkarsh shares his insights on how to write simple code for complex web apps. The content is mostly related to the frontend, recent focus has been around ReactJS and typescript. Focused towards junior devs who are looking for easy explanations for the latest practices with real-world examples .
Sean writes about frontend web and mobile development with Flutter and React.js. He also covers backend topics like GraphQL, Fauna, and anything else that help frontend developers build amazing apps. Every post has an added touch of visual diagrams and interactive examples to help frontend developers of all levels learn important concepts and pragmatic knowledge that can be applied today.
Tomek writes about the practical implementation of UI and UX patterns. His blog is full of interactive elements that help to touch and feel how some ideas work in a real interface. He tries to show VanillaJS and React examples so the readers find it useful when using the most popular library and still can catch what's the heart of implementation by looking at pure JS.
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