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Apr 10th, 2019
Syntax Live React Edition👇 Download Show✏️ Edit Show Notes
It's another live episode of Syntax in which Wes and Scott do Hook'd on Hooks, Who's Snackin' on React, Stump'd, Unpopular Opinions, Q & Eh, and more!
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6:54 - Who's Snackin' On React
Guess which of these websites have their homepage partially or fully built in React?
- EltonJohn.com or ArianaGrande.com?
- Ferrari.com or Lamborghini.com?
- Starbucks.com or Dunkindonuts.com?
- WayFair.com or Ikea.com?
- Walgreens.com or Cvs.com?
10:55 - Hook'd on Hooks
- useStaticQuery (gatsby)
17:47 - This, That, Both, or Neither?
- Gutenborg: A WordPress GUI plugin for creating react-based gutenberg blocks, or a 90's budget TV show about Cyborgs who read?
- Easy Peasy: A React state library, or children's spoon set?
- Use Boxmen: A hooks library that gets box model dimension, or a puzzle-based strategy game for children?
- Toggs: A lightweight styleable toggle component, or rain resistant outdoor gear?
- Landwind: A set of React components for using the Tailwinds CSS Library, or a Chinese Knock-off Land Rover SUV?
- Freeflow: A redux-like state management library built on state, context and hooks, or a California-based hot tub company?
- Ubergrippen: A popular rock climbing spot in Denver, or a client-side video stabilization framework built on the filereader API?
26:22 - Tag Team Coding React
- Fetch Data from the data jokes API
- Show a loading indicator
- Have a button to fetch a new joke
36:24 - Stump'd
- What is a react PureComponent for?
- Why might you use a callback with setState?
- How would you reverse an array without mutating the original array?
- Can you explain what a "downtown job" is?
- When would you use useReducer?
- What makes useLayoutEffect different from useEffect?
- What propType would you use for an object that contains a number and a string
43:11 - Unpopular Opinions. Overrated, Underrated?
- Our own unpopular opinions
- Scott: React devs like to make things harder than they need to be.
- Dan Abramov
- Ryan Florence
- Sebastian Markbage
- Jared Palmer
- Sean Thomas Larkin
- Sergey Ryzhov
- Sophie Alpert
- Parker McMullin
- Vue does it better _
52:45 - Q + EH with Wes and Scott
- What where the first apps you worked on?
- What React problem stumped you for the longest time?
- What's your most expensive mistake?
- How do you explain what you do to your mom?
- How do you explain React?
- What made you start wanting to code?
- What's the hackiest thing you've ever done?
- Where do you see yourselves in 10 years?