Personally I did a lot of React projects in the recent time. Always I had to setup the project from scratch. Eventually I have created my own boilerplate project on GitHub. As you might know, uncountable React boilerplate projects and repositories were created that way. But the article is not my attempt to advertise yet another React boilerplate project.
I am doing React + Redux for quite some time now. My learnings are subjective, but I thought they may help people to learn or advance in React + Redux. Redux is not strictly coupled to React, but it happens to be that a lot of people are using both libraries in combination. The article is opinionated, maybe it doesn't match every time your thoughts, but I hope to get feedback on it to improve myself as well.
A complete walkthrough to learn about Firebase authentication in React. The guide gives you the perfect boilerplate as outcome for user authentication and authorization in React.
The articles gives you a huge brain dump of mine about why I built my own course platform, what I used to accomplish it, what challenges I faced, and what decisions I had to make along the way. The article aims to give you a couple of valuable insights into launching your own platform, a web application or in general your own product
It is often a false assumption that MobX can only be used with decorators. That's not true. The article explains how to use MobX in a create-react-app or Next.js application with and without using decorators. There is also one alternative to avoid ejecting when using create-react-app.
There is a high likelihood that there are already a multitude of articles about the new React.js 16 release. But for learning about the changes of the library myself, I wanted to read up all the new React 16 features and improvements too. Maybe it is useful for you if I share briefly what I have learned. In the next days, I hope to find the time to update my articles and course content accordingly to the changes.