My answer? YES.
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Please note, I am not being sponsored by Fullstack Academy to write this article. I am just a recent grad of Fullstack reflecting on the experiences I’ve gained from their program. With that, the opinions of others might differ from mine, and that’s okay — because when we speak of personal experiences, everything’s relative.
So relatively speaking — based on my own…
While researching for ways to enhance the UI/UX on my PWA, I came across Swiper: the most modern free mobile touch slider with hardware accelerated transitions and amazing native behavior, intended to be used in mobile websites, mobile web apps, and mobile native/hybrid apps — swiperjs.com.
The documentation provided on swiperjs.com is thorough and organized, and the basic implementation of Swiper modules in React can easily be understood by reading through the steps given there. For this article, I will focus on providing you the details of incorporating the awesome Swiper Effects (Coverflow, Fade, Cube, Flip) in React.
Hotelier turned Software Engineer.