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A Gentle Introduction to HOC in React: Learn by Example

This is the second part of the series on Higher-Order Components (HOCs). Today, I will cover different higher-order component patterns that are useful and implementable. With HOCs, you can abstract redundant code into a layer of higher order. However, like any other patterns out there, it will take some time to get used to HOCs. This tutorial will help you bridge that gap.  Prerequisite I recommend that you follow the first part of the series if you haven’t already. In the first part, we talked about HOC syntax basics and everything you need to get started with higher-order components....

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This Is Bootstrap 4

Bootstrap is one of the most popular front-end frameworks for web designers, and its eagerly awaited version 4 just launched!  In this free live stream Adi Purdila will build a responsive landing page while discussing what’s new, what’s improved, and also how to get things up and running. Join in the live chat on YouTube, ask questions, and enjoy the livestream! Watch the course live to ask questions as you follow along! Watch at 6pm GMT on Thursday 1st March. Subscribe to Envato Tuts+ on YouTube or come back to this post to catch the stream. If you can’t make it to the...

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How GDPR Will Change The Way You Develop

Europe’s imminent privacy overhaul means that we all have to become more diligent about what data we collect, how we collect it, and what we do with it. In our turbulent times, these privacy obligations are about ethics as well as law. Web developers have a major role to play here. After all, healthy data protection practice is as much about the development side — code, data, and security — as it is about the business side of process, information, and strategy. In this article, we’ll explore what you, as a developer, need to know about the new data...

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Code a Widget for Your Android App: Updating the Widget

Application widgets provide your users with easy access to your application’s most frequently used features, while giving your app a presence on the user’s homescreen. By adding a widget to your project, you can provide a better user experience, while encouraging users to remain engaged with your application, as every single time they glance at their homescreen they’ll see your widget, displaying some of your app’s most useful and interesting content. In this three part series, we’re building an application widget that has all the functionality you’ll find in pretty much every Android application widget.  In the first post, we...

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New Course: Code a Registration Form Using Bootstrap and jQuery

What You’ll Be Creating Almost every web app is going to need a registration form. Find out how to code one the right way in our new course, Code a Registration Form Using Bootstrap and jQuery. What You’ll Learn A user-friendly form for a modern web site or web app should be responsive—looking good whether it’s on a laptop or smartphone—and it should give instant feedback with client-side input validation. In this course, Annapurna Agrawal will show you how to code a registration form using Bootstrap and jQuery. You’ll see how to lay out a great-looking form with Bootstrap CSS,...

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