According to W3tech, nearly 35% of the websites over the internet are powered by WordPress. The development of WordPress has always been center around PHP, but as the use of headless CMS grows, you can now seamlessly build fast websites with React and WordPress using a framework like Frontity.
Since debugging is this important, it's almost a skill that we must learn to be a better programmer and ship features quickly. In this lesson, we will learn about debugging a node application. We will learn about different ways which can be employed to debug node application with ease.
In this chapter, we will create a simple form in the Feedback.js file using Formik and submit form data to the Firebase Realtime Database. Then, we will subsequently forward the message to the sender’s email using Cloud Function and Sendgrid. The form will be for users to send their feedback on the post articles and […]
Hey everyone, today we will dive deeper into the HTTP module and learn it's functionality. We will learn about what are the function provided that can be helpful and how to use them. We will also learn about nodemon and improve our development process. Let's start.
Here, we are going to implement the list view of bookmarked posts in the Bookmark screen and also work on implementing the Categories screen. For the post list in the Bookmark screen, we are going to use the post id that we saved to AsyncStorage from the SinglePost screen in the previous tutorial to fetch […]
We have already implemented the Home screen in which the posts are shown in list format. Now, what happens when we tap on a post from the screen? Until now, nothing will happen. But, now we are going to create a screen that will display the details of the post. This screen will be called […]
Placeholders are an essential addition to the overall UI of any app. They enable us to show the temporary image or text until the actual data loads. Using them, users can know that the content is yet to load in the section placeholders are shown.