Animations make websites look more polished and exciting, and help improve user experience. Explore how the combined potential of SVG and CSS can be leveraged to create animations without relying on external libraries.
Have you ever wanted to use Redux with features like React Query provides? Now you can, by using the Redux Toolkit and its latest addition: RTK Query. This article demonstrates how RTK Query is used in real-life scenarios, complete with detailed code examples.
State management in React has been a hotly debated topic for years, yet little attention seems to be paid to enterprise-level applications and their specific requirements. Let’s take a closer look and compare three of the most popular state management tools available today.
Visual regression testing is not a new concept. Toptal engineers routinely use it, but with looming deadlines, they sometimes need to innovate and improvise.
This article demonstrates how Toptal QA specialists leveraged UI testing and Cypress to run visual regression tests without resorting to specialized tools.
While React is often lauded for making front-end development more efficient, this popular library can be problematic for search engines.
In this article, Toptal Data Visualization Engineer Vineet Markan examines why React is challenging for SEO and outlines what software engineers can do to improve the search rankings of React websites.
NgRx is a popular Angular state management library, but to unlock its full potential developers may require a few new skills.
In this article, Toptal Full-stack Developer Luka Onikadze explains why he became an NgRx admirer after starting off as a skeptic.
Testing can be a daunting task even for experienced teams with an abundance of resources. How do Toptal developers write tests and what do they use?
In this article, Toptal React Developer Boris Yordanov introduces you to Picasso, a component library designed by our developers for in-house use.
The concise syntax of Scala usually helps developers avoid writing boilerplate. When repetitive code is required anyway, developers can use macros and quasiquotes to keep code clean and maintainable. Here's how.