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How to Structure and Organize a React Application
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"The function of good software is to make the complex appear to be simple"
—  Grady Booch, Software engineer
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React Architecture: How to Structure and Organize a React Application

How to Structure and Organize a React Application


There is no consensus on the right way to organize a React application. React gives you a lot of freedom, but with that freedom comes the responsibility to design your own architecture.  This article, provides an opinionated guide to setting up the architecture for a new React application.

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Unicode sorting is hard & why browsers added special emoji matching to regexp

Unicode sorting is hard


You probably know Unicode and what's used for today... but there are sort of interesting tales about the nuances of Unicode encoding. In this article, you can learn something about Unicode sorting... Spoiler: it is "interesting" and "hard" at the same time!

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CSS Frameworks in Vogue, But Don't Forget Style Fundamentals - The New Stack

CSS Frameworks & Style Fundamentals


CSS frameworks are here to stay, but don't become overly-reliant on frameworks. Learn the fundamentals below the abstractions.

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Web Publications — LaTeX Style

Web Publications — LaTeX Style


mdmath – how to use LaTex theme with markdown and spice up your web publications!

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Towards a better responsiveness metric

Towards a better responsiveness metric


Learn about our thoughts on measuring responsiveness and give us feedback.

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When a Click is Not Just a Click

When a Click is Not Just a Click


The click event is quite simple and easy to use; you listen for the event and run code when the event is fired. It works on just about every HTML element

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Encoding data for POST requests

Encoding data for POST requests


Don't do it like GitHub Copilot! Encoding HTTP POST requests requires a bit of diligence in following the protocol. Make sure you do that if you want to make sure requests can be correctly parsed by servers!

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CSS Secrets: Better Solutions to Everyday Web Design Problems
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