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There are over 12 hours of videos from React Conf this year and you might be overwhelmed by the amount of knowledge being dropped. So don’t worry about missing something great: Adam and Tam attended all of the talks at React Conf this year and curated a list of our favourites with an explanation of why you might want to watch them (in no particular order).
Hooks have learned from the trade-offs of mixins, higher order components, and render props to bring us new ways to create contained, composable behaviors that can be consumed in a flat and declarative manner.
In this tutorial, I want to show you how to fetch data in React with Hooks by using the state and effect hooks. We will use the widely known Hacker News API to fetch popular articles from the tech world. You will also implement your custom hook for the data fetching that can be reused anywhere in your application or published on npm as standalone node package.
If you've been reading Twitter you probably are aware that Hooks are a new feature of React, but you might be asking how do we actually use them? In this post, we're going to show you a bunch of examples on how to use hooks.
React Hooks is an exciting new feature in the world of React. It makes it possible to add state to a Function Component. Learn how to use Hooks with these videos.
React Hooks were introduced at React Conf October 2018 as proposal for React 16.7. as a way to use state and side-effects in React function components. Whereas function components have been called functional stateless components (FSC) before, they are finally able to use state with React Hooks. Therefore, many people refer to them as function components now.
Hooks are a new feature proposal that lets you use state and other React features without writing a class. They’re currently in React v16.7.0-alpha and being discussed in an open RFC.
Lots of great talks! Watch React Today and Tomorrow and 90% Cleaner React for all the infos on the new proposal React Hooks.
In today’s episode of the React Native Radio podcast, Nader Dabit, Peter Piekarczyk,and Mike Grabowski speak with Krzysztof Magiera. Krzysztof talks about his recent libraries on Native Driver, Gesture Handler, Reanimated, React Native Screens. The panel and Krzysztof dive deep into Gesture Handler and give insight on the best use cases. This is a great episode to learn about Krzysztof and his most current company and projects.
Diana and Emily create design systems at Github. Chantastic asks them about the story of design at Github, what role React will play in future systems, and what community tools that make their job easier. They talk Rails, Lerna, monorepos, Figma, component APIs, and the importance of supporting your design system by supporting designers and engineers. It’s a great discussion for everyone looking to improve processes in a legacy application.
On this episode we’re joined by Jason Lengstorf to talk about the amazing Gatsby, a tool to help you build blazingly fast statically generated websites. As a bonus, we’re joined by Mark Huot of CraftQL plugin fame to discuss how Gatsby’s content aggregator model marries with GraphQL in blissful fashion.
Chantastic asks Burke Holland about Five Things, VS Code can do that?!, and what brought him to computers. They discuss Windows 98 UI, React at Microsoft, the gateway drug to TypeScript, React Food Truck, and how how he discovered the identity of horse_js.
In today's episode of React Native Radio, Nader Dabit, Peter Piekarczyk & Spencer Carli talk with Gabriel Peal. Gabriel is the author of the Medium blog post “Sunsetting React Native” & formally worked with React Native Android at Airbnb. Gabriel has worked with Android for 6 years at Google & Airbnb. Gabriel is on the show to talk about Flutter, React Native, & hist current work at Tonal.