Josh Comeau wants the web to be louder. You might think he's crazy, but in case you don't, he just released a React hook that lets you play with sound effects. Use-sound allows you to load an audio sprite and split it into many individual sounds, tweak playback speeds, and more.
Alex Gurr (head of technology at Shootsa) created these two coding challenges to be part of a remote interview process for React developers. They're designed to take 15-30 minutes and are geared towards the beginner-intermediate level. Could be a helpful way to test your skills for the early React interview phase.
This is a React hook for Portals. It helps you render children into a DOM node that exists outside the DOM hierarchy of the parent component. From now on you will never need to struggle with modals, dropdowns, tooltips etc