In June, OpenAI announced that third-party applications' APIs can be passed into the GPT model, opening up a wide range of possibilities for creating specialized agents. Our team decided to write our own chat for working with GPT4 from OpenAI and other ML/LLM models with the ability to customize for the company's internal needs.
Despite being efficient and scalable, most common state management needed additional boilerplate code on setup. As a developer who is continually looking for efficient and user-friendly options, I came across Jotai, a minimalistic state management tool that can be used in constructing scalable react applications. In this tutorial, I will walk you through the Jotai library as well as teach you how to utilize Jotai to build a simple application.
In React applications, certain user interactions can lead to performance issues, such as slow loading times and unresponsive UIs. For example, making asynchronous requests triggered by user input on every keystroke can overload the web server and cause it to crash, or slow down the webpage if the user is typing too fast.
It is common to see Next.js applications that make use of client-side data fetching. The challenge with this technique of data fetching is that you have to render data based on user interaction, which can lead to several issues if not handled properly.
The most awaited and considerably the lengthiest chapter is here. In this chapter, we will learn how to add the in-app purchase service in React Native using React Native IAP package The configurations are mainly for the iOS platform. Here, we are going to set up the subscriptions and configure the App Store Connect to […]