Tag: hooks

Managing Authentication with React’s useContext Hook

Contexts are a commonly used tool when building React libraries, but are often overlooked when building an application in React. I don’t believe that should be the case, as useContext can provide you a powerful alternative (but lightweight) alternative to tools like Redux when managed carefully. The classic example of using a context is to… Read more »

Autosaving with React Hooks

React hooks have really changed the game for me when it comes to building react components. However, I’ve found that writing autosaving functionality is a little less obvious via hooks. Thankfully, it is still possible (and arguably a lot cleaner) when using hooks. We can accomplish autosaving functionality through use of useEffect. You’ll also need… Read more »