In case you have such an issue, and verify that you don’t call history.push() 2 times, check your content for an iframe. TL; DR: React tries to minimize re-rendering and will reuse the iframe element by just changing its src. This will update the history object, which is apparently shared with the main page (and… Continue reading In a React app, I need to press the back button 2 times in order to go to the previous page
We had a very strange issue with a project we work on. Our React app supports drag-and-drop of devices on a floorplan, using react-dnd. Everything works just fine locally and on our servers, but once the UI is deployed to the production machine (that is accessible via intranet), the drag-and-drop stopped working. Debugging the production… Continue reading React Drag And Drop not working with AnyDesk
In one of our projects, some of the items that had a shadow, was working just fine on Android, but the shadow was missing on iOS. After investigating it, it turned out to be related to the items that had overflow: ‘hidden’, which on iOS resulted in shadow being trimmed. Turns out on iOS, the… Continue reading React Native Shadow is Missing on iOS but is Okay on Android
TL;DR: Update your metro.config.js to use @expo/metro-config based on the latest guidelines (SDK 40+) – It’s funny when you encounter an error in a project, and after spending a lot of effort researching it, to find out that the cause is the same with a totally different error on a very different project. In my… Continue reading SentryError: Native Client is not available, can’t start on native when updating expo-cli to 4.x.x (from version 3.22.3)
Recently I wanted to explore the impact of a refactoring I did so I ended up checking the length of the files I’ve had in git (hoping that this number would decrease). The magic command was to list the files in git, grep the ones ending with js, jsx and css and count the lines.… Continue reading Wondering how big is your React project?
Big number of the applications we develop have at least one ReactJS UI, that is held in one repo and an API, held in another. If we need to reuse some part of the code, we do so by moving it to another repository and adding it as a git submodule For our latest project… Continue reading Testing with Jest in a node and ReactJS monorepo (and getting rid of environment.teardown error)