State is hard - Redux makes it a little easier. The first in a five-part series introduces the concepts of Redux to a beginner audience.
React is great, but it’s quite overkill for most sites. Downloading the framework and the content too before anything shows up? That’s no good. Server rendering can help, but it’s tricky to set up and is prone to issues if it’s not kept on top of. Is there a way to get the composibility of React without any of the icky JS-only website stuff?
HTML doesn’t get the attention it deserves. It’s at the core of every page, site and application on the web but it’s often forgotten about.