In this tutorial, I'll cover How to Add Meta Tags in React Apps Dynamically with a NodeJS Server. The dynamic Meta tags actually work with Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Whatsup, and all social media platforms. React app routes on your website project, such as an /home page, /about page, /post/:id pages, and /contact pages. These all pages set different meta tags,...
In this article, you will learn how to create a light theme and Dark theme Mode in a React App With localStorage. First, I started a simple layout using react js and I’ve modified the react app component. There is a create some components and connect to the navbar, adding image div, some text paragraphs, footer page and create a new components name is DarkMode.js....
In this tutorial, we’ll show you How to use localStorage with React Single-Page Application. LocalStorage all data stored in any web browser like google chrome, Microsoft edge, firefox, etc. This type of store all data does not expire. It is very simple and powerful and the localStorage structure is a key and value to data stored. In this post inside the full source code download from the Github repository and live demo via youtube.
In this tutorial, I’ll cover how to build a React image gallery lightbox. In this project without using any additional external packages.You can view download source files link on Github and live demo via youtube.
Hello to all, In this article, I’ll show you how to use the React single image upload and preview the image and store the images in the MySQL database via Node js server. It’s important to check your image resolution before upload. This project not compressed or resize image upload to the server. Please check the full source code for the React single image upload and preview example in our Github repository.
In this tutorial, I’ll cover how to build a Simple Carousel in React js. In this project without using any additional external packages.You can view download source files link on Github and live demo via youtube.
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Develop, test, and deploy real-world Node.js applications
Master Node.js by building practical, working examples
Use awesome third-party Node modules such as MongoDB, Mongoose, Socket.io, and Express
Create real-time web applications
Explore async and await in ES7
Who this book is for
Today’s web demands efficient real-time applications and scalability. If you want to learn to build fast, efficient, and high-performing applications using React 16, this is the book for you. We plunge directly into the heart of all the most important React concepts for you to conquer. Along the way, you’ll learn how to work with the latest ECMAScript features.
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