Repositories on Docker Hub | Docker Documentation

Docker Hub repositories let you share images with co-workers, customers, or the Docker community at large. If you’re building your images internally, either on your own Docker daemon, or using your own Continuous integration services, you can push them to a Docker Hub repository that you add to your Docker Hub user or organization account. […]

What’s New in Create React App – React Blog

Less than a year ago, we introduced Create React App as an officially supported way to create apps with zero configuration. The project has since enjoyed tremendous growth, with over 950 commits by more than 250 contributors. Source: What’s New in Create React App – React Blog

Get started with Docker Compose | Docker Documentation

On this page you build a simple Python web application running on Docker Compose. The application uses the Flask framework and maintains a hit counter in Redis. While the sample uses Python, the concepts demonstrated here should be understandable even if you’re not familiar with it. Source: Get started with Docker Compose | Docker Documentation

React Router: Scroll Restoration

In earlier versions of React Router we provided out-of-the-box support for scroll restoration and people have been asking for it ever since. Hopefully this document helps you get what you need out of the scroll bar and routing! Source: React Router: Declarative Routing for React.js

React Top-Level API – React

React is the entry point to the React library. If you load React from a tag, these top-level APIs are available on the React global. If you use ES6 with npm, you can write import React from ‘react’. If you use ES5 with npm, you can write var React = require(‘react’). Source: React Top-Level API […]

Optimizing Performance – React

Internally, React uses several clever techniques to minimize the number of costly DOM operations required to update the UI. For many applications, using React will lead to a fast user interface without doing much work to specifically optimize for performance. Nevertheless, there are several ways you can speed up your React application. Source: Optimizing Performance […]

Redux (Docs)

Redux is a predictable state container for JavaScript apps. (If you’re looking for a WordPress framework, check out Redux Framework.) It helps you write applications that behave consistently, run in different environments (client, server, and native), and are easy to test. On top of that, it provides a great developer experience, such as live code editing combined […]