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Adebiyi Adedotun

Caught in the web, breaking things and learning fast.

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Using Formik to Handle Forms in React

There is no doubt that web forms play an integral role in our web site or applications. By default, they provide a useful set of elements and features — from legends and fieldsets to native validation and states — but they only get us so far when we start to consider the peculiarities of using them. For example, how can we manipulate the state of a form? How about different forms of validation? Even hooking a form up to post … Read article “Using Formik to Handle Forms in React”

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Using GraphQL Playground with Gatsby

I’m assuming most of you have already heard about Gatsby, and at least loosely know that it’s basically a static site generator for React sites. It generally runs like this:

  1. Data Sources → Pull data from anywhere.
  2. Build → Generate your website with React and GraphQL.
  3. Deploy → Send the site to any static site host.

What this typically means is that you can get your data from any recognizable data source — CMS, markdown, file systems and … Read article “Using GraphQL Playground with Gatsby”

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Deploying a Client-Side Rendered create-react-app to Microsoft Azure

Deploying a React app to Microsoft Azure is simple. Except that… it isn’t. The devil is in the details. If you’re looking to deploy a create-react-app — or a similar style front-end JavaScript framework that requires pushState-based routing — to Microsoft Azure, I believe this article will serve you well. We’re going to try to avoid the headaches of client and server side routing reconciliation.

First, a quick story.… Read article “Deploying a Client-Side Rendered create-react-app to Microsoft Azure”