Not all components are created equal

July 14, 2021 By Mark Otto 0

A Checklist for Freelance React Developers — Robin covers a variety of things to think about if you’re an independent React developer who needs to seamlessly get involved with existing teams and projects.

Robin Wieruch

Learn React (Hooks) Interactively with Flashcards — Learn modern React from scratch, and practice in an intuitive environment. Throughout this course, you will build an online supermarket shopping app with Stripe integration.


How We Built React Components for Any Front EndCourier, the fee-based service for adding messaging capability to your app, created components using React which their customers use to render Courier components, regardless of which front-end is being employed.

Riley Napier

Not All Components Are Created Equal — There have been a number of past attempts to lump components into broad categories which were mostly eschewed by the React community. Despite that, the authors advocate for a new taxonomy based on three component classes.

Emily Bartman and Phil Plückthun

📘 Tutorials and Stories

How to Cancel Pending API Requests to Show Correct Data — A user rapidly clicking around your app’s UI may result in API requests not completing before being superceded by subsequent API requests. Cancelling the outdated API request ensures only correct data is displayed.

Georgi Nikoloff

Frontend Engineer (React, New York) — Dovetale helps Shopify merchants like KontrolFreek and Italic grow their creator community. Built in NYC and backed by Uber founders.

Find React Jobs with Hired — Create a profile on Hired to connect with hiring managers at growing startups and Fortune 500 companies. It’s free for job-seekers.

🛠 Code and Tools

React 3D Carousel — A nice, incremental improvement on more basic, ‘flat’ carousel components used for viewing galleries of images.

Suhail C