Tim Kindberg

Tim Kindberg

Tim Kindberg is a developer striving to master all that is Front End related with focused experience in React and Angular. Tim also has a background in Graphic Design, UI/UX Design, Animation and eLearning. He works at Kroger Technology on the Products team using modern web tech to redefine the grocery world. He's also a contributor to open source in his limited free time.

Get Really Good at React on EpicReact.dev by Kent C. Dodds

Build a Server Rendered + Code Split App in React with React Universal Component

course by Tim Kindberg

Higher Order Components with Functional Patterns Using Recompose

course by Tim Kindberg

ui-router: Activating States

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Compose Multiple Higher Order Components Together using Recompose

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Add Local State to a Functional Stateless Component using Recompose

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Add Local State with Redux-like Reducers using Recompose

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Write a Higher Order Component from Scratch

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Transform Props by using the Recompose mapProps Higher Order Component

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Lock Props by using the Recompose withProps Higher Order Component

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Add Lifecycle Hooks to a Functional Stateless Component using Recompose

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Flatten a Prop using Recompose

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Show Error Messages based on Non-Optimal States with Recompose

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Render Components Based on Predicates in Recompose

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Show a Spinner While a Component is Loading using Recompose

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Optimize Component Rendering using Recompose

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Learn How Recompose Optimizes Higher Order Components

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Riot JS - Tag Options

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Riot JS - Getting Started with this React-like micro-library

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Riot JS - DOM Events

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Riot JS - Repeating Elements with Each Attribute

lesson by Tim Kindberg

Set the HTML Tag of a Component via a Prop using Recompose

lesson by Tim Kindberg