This article shows you how you can build a timeline component using React and React-Chrono. In case you’re not sure, the timeline component displays a list of events in chronological order. This is useful for displaying events and also for illustration purposes.
If you have ever been asked to build a company timeline that displays events chronologically, you’ve found the right article.
This article shows you how you can build a timeline component using React and React-Chrono.
In case you’re not sure, the timeline component displays a list of events in chronological order. This is useful for displaying events and also for illustration purposes.
The greatest quality about open source is all the time you save by reusing components and packages, which are provided by the community.
Instead of reinventing the wheel, you save the hassle and time. Focus on what matters, building the product or application.
Here’s a list of what the React-Chrono package can do and key technologies it’s built on.
React-Chrono Github — Source: https://github.com/prabhuignoto/react-chrono
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For working with any tech you must know the lifecycle. When writing React components, we need access to lifecycle events to handle a variety of side effects: like fetching data on mount, changing props when the component updates, cleaning up before the component unmounts, etc.
In the past few years, the buzz around functional programming has been growing, but it can be challenging to apply theoretical concepts to everyday work. How can we make the code we work on more functional? What advanced patterns can you use, and why should you do that? And what do React hooks have to do with all this? In this talk we’ll have a look at real-life examples and patterns you can use to make React apps more functional.
This week, I had to construct a date selector form in React that looks like this. As you can see, the user interface includes the surrounding month and date options in addition to the selected date. This means that I need to not only keep track of the current date, but I also need a way to conveniently figure out how many days are in the selected month.