What are the common React performance pitfalls and how to avoid them? Performance lag can happen anytime. Especially when you add a new component. Sometimes even multiple usages of the same old component may cause troubles. In this post, we will learn to handle the performance pitfalls in a React app.
Have you ever admired some of the technology evangelists, early adopters or some extremely cool programmers? The truth is that you will never be like them! But you have a great chance to become your new smart and awesome version if you will work on your skills. Add some inspiration, some motivation and you will no longer want to become somebody else. You can follow the great examples but a whale is a whale, and a seahorse is a seahorse. Btw, the seahorse is also incredibly beautiful and charming. Read our new Syndicode Digest #38 – Whalewatching room to explore what the whales are doing about technology this week!
Greetings! In few days we all will meet the New Year. To mark this occasion Syndicode shares with you the most interesting links from the world of technology (as we always do). But that’s not all! Today we also want to remind you about the holiday spirit. Make it fun! Enjoy our last digest in 2017, Syndicode Digest #36 – Washboard man!
We use React in many of our projects. And at the end of this year, it’s interesting to find out what themes were most discussed in React community. Syndicode is sharing with you an interesting scope of the most popular React links shared in 2017.
Where’s your productivity? That is the hard question on the first winter day. It seems like only summer and sunshine can cure us of this cold depressive procrastination. ProCRABstination… We hope that some interesting news can bring you to life and remind you some summer days. Read our Syndicode Digest #32 – Orange Crab!
To be honest, every next digest we publish is a clone of the previous one. Because we talk about the same topics and use the same storytelling model. But why it should be different if the way we have chosen is optimal? The news is interesting and different, and the descriptions are coherent, clear and laconic. So we cloning our digest but we do this with the creative approach. Enjoy our Syndicode Digest #30 – Artful Clone!
It only seems that our digest’s names are random. Every name means something. Like the “Ruby basket”. Syndicode’s language of choice is Ruby, but as the most languages, it has its drawbacks. Anyway, you have to understand that the quality of your code depends not on the language itself but on your skills and the way you implement the code. So be smart, make all the code you do perfect regardless the language you use. And read our new Syndicode Digest #25 – Ruby basket!
Isn’t it lovely to have a friend who knows everything? Most programmers know a lot but don’t really like to share their knowledge. Like in the famous joke “we need a calm person to teach a mother of two programmers how to work on the computer”. Programmers are very similar to onion: they are bitter and tear-inducing but very useful. If you are a programmer, read our new Syndicode Digest #24 – Omni onion, and think about your behavior.
Demotivation comes along with the fear to be underestimated and unimportant. Be a winner! Never doubt in your possibilities and skills (even if you don’t have them). Because faith will make you much better and more successful even if you are not a professional. Don’t be afraid of this scary cucumber and move on. Read our new Friday Syndicode Digest #23 – Scary cucumber.
This is a matter of readiness. How many times have you asked yourself about the next stage? About when you’ll change your way of living, learn some new skills or eventually force yourself to do some morning exercises? Here is the signal for you. Now’s the time! No more attempts and postpones. The new Syndicode Digest #22 – Signal orange waits for you.