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Render props vs State Hook

The term “render prop” refers to a technique used for sharing code between React components using a prop whose value is a function.

A component with a render prop takes a function that returns a React element and calls it instead of implementing its own render logic.

Let's create a component example that will help us to show/hide elements.

Building A Software Engineer Team Full

Building a software engineer team

Usually, people ask me about how to build an engineering team in order to build an MVP. Usually, they are looking to hire a technical co-founder.
Given a general lack of available engineers in Silicon Valley, it's now the most competitive market to hire software engineers. Startups have to keep offering perks and high salaries in order to attract the very best. So, It is natural that founders struggle to grow an engineering team.

Adding Authentication To Your React Native App

Adding authentication to your react native app

I’ve been working recently on creating mobile applications using React Native. Few days ago I had to add an authentication login form to the application I’m working on, easy peasy. When I implemented that by first time I had no idea how to do it on the React Native way. I did some research on the subject, but at the end I didn’t find what I was looking for at that time; by trial and error I was able to implement a solution.

Entering React Native

Entering React Native

Was some years ago when desktop internet usage was overtaken by mobile usage, since that time mobile usage has continued increasing. Given the amount of users using mobile devices to access the internet, it has become very important for a developer to dominate tools for developing mobile applications.

React Native is a Javascript framework (created by Facebook) for developing mobile apps for iOS and Android, it was launched in 2015 and since then it has become strongly popular.

Default 2015 05 13 A Tmux Crash Course Tips And Tweaks

A Tmux crash course tips and tweaks

If you are one of those devs who uses the terminal a lot and ends up with way too many tabs open, or practices pair programming, then this post is for you. During the last months, I’ve started using Tmux a lot. Since I’ve found it to be very useful, I thought I would write a post where I share a few recommendations and pro-tips. I’ll show you what Tmux is and how to use it in combination with Vim to make a more effective and elegant use of the Terminal.

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