A Practical Guide To Product Tours In React Apps — Why write extensive user documentation nobody reads? The ‘Product Tour’ offers a refreshing alternative (for both the developer and the user) where a new feature is introduced through a short-form, online tutorial which is tightly integrated with the app. They provide what you need to know at the exact moment you need to know it.
Appears in lists (1)
More like this (3)
How to Create a Great User Experience with React, TypeScript, and the React Testing Library —...How to Create a Great User Experience with React, TypeScript, and the React Testing Library — Your app's user experience shouldn't really be an afterthought once you have built the core functionality. Rather, this article makes the case and provides the techniques to design UI excellence in from the beginning and support it with a comprehensive testing regime.
How To Use The HTML Drag-And-Drop API in React — It won't be for everyone but...How To Use The HTML Drag-And-Drop API in React — It won't be for everyone but this walks through the process of using the Drag and Drop API directly to build a file upload component, plus how to use the useReducer hook for managing state in a React functional component.
Continuously Testing React Applications with Jest and Enzyme — React has taken the frontend world by...Continuously Testing React Applications with Jest and Enzyme — React has taken the frontend world by storm. Explore how to write tests for an existing React application and configure continuous integration to automate the testing and ensure that any new code we add doesn’t break the existing functionality.