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There are lots of advantages to working away from the office, both for developers and for the companies that employ them. Think about avoiding the daily commute, the cost of office space, the cost of living in or traveling to the city for rural or international workers, the inconvenience of office work for differently abled people or those with unusual family or life responsibilities, and the inflexibility of trying to keep traditional 9–5 hours as more and more of our workforce adapts to the gig economy by taking on second jobs or part-time side hustles. Remote work can help address many of these difficulties while improving team transparency and putting the focus of work back on the reasons you were hired for your job in the first place. It also opens up a world of possibilities for companies, including broader recruitment opportunities, improved worker transparency, lower infrastructure costs, and more scalable business models based on actual worker productivity. But working from ..
In this article, we're going to create an iOS-inspired toggle switch using React components. By the end, we'll have built a simple demo React App that uses our custom toggle switch component. We could use third-party libraries for this, but building from scratch allows us to better understand how our code is working and allows us to customize our component completely. Forms provide a major means for enabling user interactions. The checkbox is traditionally used for collecting binary data — such as yes or no, true or false, enable or disable, on or off, etc. Although some modern interface designs steer away from form fields when creating toggle switches, I'll stick with them here due to their greater accessibility. Here's a screenshot of the component we'll be building: Getting Started We can start with a basic HTML checkbox input form element with its necessary properties set: To build around it, we might need..