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Ghazi Khan
Ghazi Khan

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ReactJS: Create Filters Like eCommerce Apps

New Video Out on how to create a filter like eCommerce in ReactJS.

I have got this question a few days back from one of my subscribers on how to filter data as an eCommerce does. After helping him completing the task, I thought of creating a video about it so that it can benefit more new react developers.

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leob

At least put a transcription here in this blog post, right now it's just a cheap ad for your Youtube channel ... nothing as annoying as dev.to posts with no contents, apart from a link pointing somewhere else.

And what the heck is "a filter like eCommerce"?

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Piotr Lewandowski

"nothing as annoying as dev.to posts with no contents" - I wouldn't even consider it a post - it's a spam, that's what it is.

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leob • Edited on

Yep I'd also call it that, although I must admit that previously I've seen examples that were far worse, much bigger offenders (as in, outright company ads - sometimes not even remotely related to dev or IT) ... however, that was probably when dev.to's moderation or spam filtering was not yet as good as it is now, I'm not seeing that kind of thing anymore.

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Piotr Lewandowski

Yeah, it is starting to becoming a pattern: video links on platform that suppose to be knowledge sharing/dev blog publishing platform (at least that's how I always perceived dev.to). Well, luckily there's always "block" option ;)

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leob

Doesn't bother me too much really, but sometimes (very occasionally) I'll post a comment to call it out ... but probably dev.to doesn't really have a policy against this kind of thing, probably they don't care as long as it doesn't get out of hand - if these sort of posts would start to dominate then it would be a different story.