Creating a Guided Tour in React and looking a free Typescript course
Guided tours are awesome for giving a user a brief summary on how to use an application, React Joyride simplifies this process
Making apps that have a ton of features can overwhelm the user at first glance. One standard solution is creating a guided tour of an application’s features.
This isn’t groundbreaking by any means but it’s a pattern you’ve probably experienced using the internet at some point.
The background fades and a next-dialog guides you to every important feature.
React joyride facilitates this process. Check out the project here:
I have been a massive advocate for Typescript for a long time. It can save many hours of a developer’s time by explicitly declaring types.
But it also has a ton of benefits others don’t mention. When returning to a project with Typescript, it is easier to understand the intention in particular lines of code. I can’t count the number of times I would go back to old code and be completely confused about what I was trying to do. 😅
As a follow-up to that, this guide created by Gabriel Vergnaud covers a ton of intermediate topics in Typescript. It’s still a WIP but I recommend checking it out.
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