When I was learning React there were a couple things that I couldn’t clearly understand and one of them was children prop. That is until I faced the problem similar to the following one.
The last days I am working on the project, which should include the state machine. Implementing this project with React, I decided to use the Redux framework to manage state in my React application. Moreover, thanks to redux store we can debug data (in one place) easily.
The way, how I try to understand the purpose of any framework is to use it and compare with the already implemented no-framework solution.
Sure, most of us, at first hear about a new library from tech media portals or from tech-dev influencers or from conferences/meetups or from coworkers, etc. then we are going to check out the source of it whether it is a software or open-source product. In the end, we are playing with it and trying to apply it to the existing product.
To make the application fancy, front-end web developers usually visualize it using animations or other effects. And now I am going to explain one of the methods how to apply the most famous floating label effect to the input field with React.
Nowadays any viable product pursues the goal to grow globally. That means the successful online product is supposed to have minimum two language locales. One of them is english as an international language, and the other one depends on the spoken language of the target audience (usually domestic).