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The clarity of the written material coupled with its logical progression made everything hang together nicely; it seems like this new iteration will be even better! Understanding how React works took me two weeks - learning about FluentUI, React Hook Forms, Webpack modules and TypeScript were all part of that process as well. What really struck me is how much “mental effort” using React takes away from coding because you can develop components in isolation without having to worry about implementation details – things just work!
Another great aspect of using React is its flexibility; not only does it allow you to use functional components instead of class components (which are considered outdated), but it also makes use of Suspense and Server Components for more advanced users. It’s also worth noting that Create-react-app (CRA) isn’t necessarily recommended anymore – Vite is an excellent alternative if you’re looking for something faster than CRA.
Hooks are also amazing because they let you reuse component logic easily while avoiding Higher Order Components (HOCs). This means no dealing with conflicting props or innerRefs which can save tons of time and effort! People often forget what life used to be like before hooks came around so we should take a moment every now and then to appreciate how far we’ve come in terms of development tools over the years.
All in all, my hat goes off again to the developers who created such an incredible library – hats off once more for creating these awesome new docs too! With clear instructions on how everything works written out plainly along with helpful examples, there’s no excuse not get started developing your own amazing projects today with React!
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Author Eliza Ng