In this article, we’ll look at error boundaries in React. We’ll learn what they are and how to use them to deliver a better user experience, even when something breaks in our app. We’ll also learn how to integrate with Sentry for realtime error monitoring.
This tutorial is aimed at React developers of every level who wants to start using error boundaries in their react apps.
The only prerequisite is that you have some familiarity with React class components.
There’s an artist in everyone. Some bring their creative ideas to life with digital tools, others capture the perfect moment with a camera or love to grab pen and paper to create little doodles or pieces of lettering. And even if you think you’re far away from being an artist, well, it might just be buried somewhere deep inside of you. So why not explore it?
Since more than nine years already, our monthly wallpapers challenge is the perfect opportunity to do just that: to challenge your creative skills and break out of your routine of meeting deadlines and client expectations for a moment to do something just for fun.
Last week we had our first Smashing Meets event. A free event across two days and many timezones, with three speakers each day and plenty of chance for attendees to chat and ask questions of the speakers. In addition to brightening your day with a virtual meetup, Meets was a chance for us to test the conference platform we’ll be using for our first Smashing Live conference. So, how did it go?