Next.js: Nested Dynamic Routes

Dynamic routing is a technique that allows your Next.js application to handle dynamic URLs effortlessly. Instead of defining routes for each individual page, you can create a single route pattern that captures dynamic segments of the URL. For instance, if you're building an e-commerce site, you might have a dynamic route like /products/[productId], where [productId] can be any product ID. »

React: Child Utilities - Deeper Dive

In our previous post, we explored how React allows us to manipulate child components using and React.cloneElement. These methods are incredibly handy when dealing with dynamic children, but there's even more to uncover within React.Children utilities. In this post, we're going to delve deeper into these utilities to unleash their full potential. »

React: Avoiding Gotchas

If you're new to React, you'll run into a few quirks that aren't immediately apparent. If you know what to watch out for, these head scratchers won't ruin your day. »

Promises: Why They're Awesome

Promises are a step up from using callbacks to deal with asynchronicity for several reasons. They're composable and chainable, and help remedy issues created by callback trees as they become more complex. Callbacks don't execute in parallel or provide simple error handling like promises do. We can easily pass them around and integrate elsewhere even though we don't have their values yet. »