Living without React Router

How do you handle the scenario when a user taps the "back button" in your ReactJS app? In a plain vanilla ReactJS app you'll end up with the user navigating off your app since it's a SPA. Most devs would tell you to use React-Router. What if you can't, or - how does React-Router work? … Continue reading Living without React Router

RxJS: The bridge between plain JS and ReactJS

Scenario During front-end development, we sometimes have to deal with code which cannot be imported easily into your ReactJS app. This situation arises frequently when dealing with a legacy codebase, or when you have a large, heterogeneous codebase with different teams taking care of different "sections" of the front-end. This article explores one method that … Continue reading RxJS: The bridge between plain JS and ReactJS