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Flaky Tests In React: Detection, Prevention and Tools

Causes, detection, and fixes for flaky tests

Flaky Tests In React: Detection, Prevention and Tools
15 minutes by Victor Ayomipo, Tomas Fernandez

This guide explores the causes, detection, and fixes for flaky tests in React, ensuring code quality and a smooth user experience.

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React useEffect and objects as dependency
4 minutes by Johannes Kettmann

Reactโ€™s useEffect hook can lead to tricky situations. If youโ€™re not careful it can cause unnecessary executions of the effect or even infinite re-renders. Especially when using objects as dependencies. Here are 4 approaches that avoid unnecessary executions.

What is a layout in React?
7 minutes by Eric Burel

Layout, pages, components are core concepts of React development.

A faster React.memo()
7 minutes by romgrk

Recently, I spent time optimizing React code, and the obvious answer is, as always, React.memo(). So to speed things up I added a bunch of them everywhere because you should memo all the things by default anyway. This lead me to think if there was a way to make React.memo() faster.

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