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To satisfy my curiosity about the database operation after a drag and drop, I created this todo-app. Besides, I wrote an article How to Update the Database After a Drag-and-Drop Operation
After dragging and dropping, the updated order will be automatically saved in the database.
This mode helps others understand what is going on in the database
To get a deeper understanding of tools such as React Hook Form, React Custom Hooks, React Context, etc., I researched how to use them and developed this app. I wrote this article Using React Context to Prevent Prop Drilling. And to actually learn database normalization, I learned through creating a more complex application.
Created it with a focus on database operations. For example, when you create a question, you can put choices in it as much as you can. Also, you can also show which questions each candidate got wrong.
Researched how to use useContext in React, wrote the code with illustrations, and explained it.
During development, I was wondering if passing the same value as props over and over again was the right way to do it. In my research, I found out that useContext can be used, so I looked up how to use it and shared it in this article.
Researched and summarized what happens to the database behind the scenes when drag and drop is performed through the implementation of a to-do list.
I was wondering what database manipulation was going on, after seeing a drag and drop without a save button. So, I researched what was going on and implemented the mechanism by myself.