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How To Setup Husky, Lint Staged, And Commitizen On A Next.js Project

reactnextjsgit
10 min read
3.6K views

Coding is not just writing lines of code, we often end up do everything manually, so why not use some tools that help us achieve our goals? This article will show you how to setup Husky, Lint Staged, And Conventional Commit With Next.js

Looking at Jotai, an Awesome State Management for React

reactstate management
8 min read
1.6K views

When talked about state management, the first word you could think would probably Redux, but for now let's use another state management library, introducing Jotai.

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Improving Performance in React with Code-Splitting and Memoization

reactUX
19 min read
206 views

A slow or unresponsive app can frustrate users and lead to a poor user experience. In today's competitive market, it's more important than ever to ensure that your app is delivering the best possible experience to your users.

Accessibility on The Web, Why You Should Care

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7 min read
97 views

Web accessibility refers to the practice of making websites usable by people of all abilities and disabilities. This includes people who are blind, have low vision, are deaf or hard of hearing, have motor or cognitive disabilities, or have other conditions that may affect their ability to use a website.

A Powerful CSS Pseudo Class, Let's Take a Look at CSS :has()

cssweb dev
8 min read
275 views

Ever heard of CSS :has() pseudo-class? well in this post, let's dive into CSS :has() pseudo-class and get a better understanding of how it works.

Looking at Jotai, an Awesome State Management for React

reactstate management
8 min read
1.6K views

When talked about state management, the first word you could think would probably Redux, but for now let's use another state management library, introducing Jotai.

How To Set up Web Analytics With Umami

umamiweb analytics
7 min read
1K views

Umami is an open-source alternative to Google Analytics, it will track and monitor our website activities such as page views and visitors.

How To Setup Husky, Lint Staged, And Commitizen On A Next.js Project

reactnextjsgit
10 min read
3.6K views

Coding is not just writing lines of code, we often end up do everything manually, so why not use some tools that help us achieve our goals? This article will show you how to setup Husky, Lint Staged, And Conventional Commit With Next.js

An Exciting Journey, Got My First Job And More, A 2021 Recap

devlifegeneral
5 min read
413 views

2021 is a year where I feel like everything is no longer normal, but everything in my perspective is just fast.