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Learn how to deploy a React application to AWS Elastic Beanstalk with the Elastic Beanstalk CLI and GitHub Actions.
Next.js is sometimes confused with React. In the last few years, it's solidified itself as one of the leading frontend frameworks. In this article, Jeffery Morhous shows off what makes Next.js important to React developers, and teaches you how to build your own highly-performant blog.
Docker offers many benefits, but it can be tricky to get started—especially when you need to deploy several components. In this article, Muhammed Ali shows how to use Docker and Docker Compose to containerize an application built with Django and React.
Amazon's Elastic Beanstalk makes it easy to deploy and scale your applications with load balancing, health monitoring, and auto-scaling. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to deploy a Node JS application with AWS Elastic Beanstalk.
Can't decide which React component library to use? In this article, Samson Omojola evaluates ten of the most popular React component libraries. Material UI is the most popular by far.
A version/environment manager is essential if you work with different Node.js versions—but which should you use? Ayooluwa Isaiah investigates the competing options.
GraphQL is a solid alternative to a traditional REST API, and offering one to your users may be easier than you think. Follow along as Kevin Cunningham builds a GraphQL endpoint with Node.js and MongoDB!
Typically, every project that you do will have its own git repository. This approach can be cumbersome when those projects are closely tied. Monorepos promise a more convenient alternative. In this article, Saiharsha Balasubramaniam shows how to set up and manage a monorepo for a JS project using Yarn Workspaces and Lerna.