Articles about React .
Articles written by SINAPTIA about software development in general and Ruby on Rails and React in particular.
Moving your functions from a component to a separate file can improve readability and organization, but what happens when the data you need is outside the scope? In this article I will show you how I solved this problem with function currying.
Slider panels are widely used nowadays. In this post, we’ll build a fully functional custom React slider panel with Tailwind. Ideal for overlay menus, navigation, content lists, or even forms or configuration panels!
Overcomplicated props, ingrowing learning curves, and eventual technical debts are symptoms that appear as new requirements emerge on a project. Design Systems evolve outgrowing our components, leading toward their end. How can we ensure that our components thrive against the design challenges we encounter daily?
A custom horizontal slider using React hooks to have full control over the design and behavior of the component. No more limitations!
Our approach to building modern React frontends within a Ruby on Rails monolith makes use of the best of both worlds.