This Week In Web Design – July 17, 2020

This Week In Web Design - July 17, 2020

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Happy Friday! Time for another edition of “This Week In Web Design”, our weekly roundup of all the web design and development articles we’ve found that were published in the past seven days. So, without further ado, let’s dive in!

This Week In Web Design - July 17, 2020

How To Create A Custom React Hook To Fetch And Cache Data — Smashing Magazine

There is a high possibility that a lot of components in your React application will have to make calls to an API to retrieve data that will be displayed to your users. It’s already possible to do that using the componentDidMount() lifecycle method, but with the introduction of Hooks, you can build a custom hook which will fetch and cache the data for you. That’s what this tutorial will cover.

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This Week In Web Design - July 17, 2020

Design Trend: Strong Hero Images With Subtle Text

This website design trend is all about contrast… or the lack thereof. More designs are popping up that have large and stunning hero image areas, but text elements are much more subtle. This is a shift from oversized hero area text that has been big (literally) for some time. These de…

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This Week In Web Design - July 17, 2020

An Introduction To Stimulus.js — Smashing Magazine

In this article, Mike Rogers will introduce you to Stimulus, a modest JavaScript framework that compliments your existing HTML. By the end, you’ll have an understanding of the premise of Stimulus and why it’s a useful tool to have in your backpack.

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This Week In Web Design - July 17, 2020

10+ Examples of Responsive Websites That Nailed It

You would naturally like to see that your website will look good on every browser and device. Especially so if it’s an eCommerce website. The following responsive web design examples are designed to provide you with information you can use to accomplish just that. There’s more than just a few specifications and requirements to be …

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