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Implement i18n to a Gatsby site
LinkOctober 7, 2018

Implement i18n to a Gatsby site

In this article we will implement i18n (Internationalization) to a Gatsby site using react-intl and React context API.

The React Podcast #23 - Ditch Authority with Sunil Pai
LinkOctober 2, 2018

The React Podcast #23 - Ditch Authority with Sunil Pai

Chantastic talks with Sunil Pai about Facebook, Oculus, and what the future holds for the JavaScript community. They discuss Sunil’s early adventures in programming, the power of a great manager, why firebug changed everything, why he scowls at models, the ways we protect ourselves from criticism, being “evil by accident”, and becoming The CSS Guy for the rest of eternity.

What We Learnt from Code Sharing Between React and React Native
LinkOctober 2, 2018

What We Learnt from Code Sharing Between React and React Native

Almost a year ago we talked to a client about building a Social Community platform fitting their intranet. They also had an existing, internal mobile app for their more than 100,000 employees and wished for the Social Community to be integrated into the existing app. To our pleasant surprise, they had chosen React Native as their cross-platform technology.

I Went to React Boston and Saw the Future
LinkOctober 1, 2018

I Went to React Boston and Saw the Future

Conferences are curious things, and React Boston was curiouser: dozens of Wayfair Tech employees volunteering their weekend to put on an event for hundreds of React developers paying to fly into Boston to spend their weekend learning about React.

Create React App 2.0 released

Create React App 2.0 has been released and it brings a year’s worth of improvements in a single dependency update. Updates Babel to Babel 7 and Webpack to Webpack 4. You can also use Sass and CSS Modules out of the box.

October 1, 2018
Gatsby v2- Faster build times, Guess.js, and more!
LinkSeptember 27, 2018

Gatsby v2- Faster build times, Guess.js, and more!

Get an overview of everything new in the v2 release such as accessibility features, support for Guess.js (machine-learning driven user experiences), upgrades, and reduced build times.

The React Podcast #22 - Promise Accessibility with Ryan Florence
LinkSeptember 26, 2018

The React Podcast #22 - Promise Accessibility with Ryan Florence

Chantastic talks with Ryan Florence about Reach UI and why accessibility is important for everyone. They discuss the balance of physical and mental activity, Ryan’s foray into programming and entrepreneurship, the inspiration behind his accessibility-first component library, and why none of us are really full-stack developers.

React Native Radio #106 - Reason feat. Jared Forsyth
LinkSeptember 24, 2018

React Native Radio #106 - Reason feat. Jared Forsyth

In today’s episode of the React Native Radio podcast, Nader Dabit, Peter Piekarczyk, Mike Grabowski speak with Jared Forsyth. Jared is a mobile developer at Khan Academy with expertise in JavaScript, React Native. Jared is on the show to share his experience with Reason. Jared talks particularly about the how Reason came about, the best use cases, and how to get started with the Reason platform.

Tying a React SPA to WordPress as a Backend [w/ WP REST API]
LinkSeptember 20, 2018

Tying a React SPA to WordPress as a Backend [w/ WP REST API]

Even the biggest companies in a given space need to adapt to survive. Apple with the iPod. Google with AdWords. You get the idea. Another tech big fish, WordPress, has been keeping up with a recent trend—headless CMS—showing a will to stay relevant and evolve

Next.js 7 released

After 26 canary releases and 3.4 million downloads, we are proud to introduce the production-ready Next.js 7, featuring DX improvements: 57% faster bootup, 42% faster re-compilation, better error reporting with react-error-overlay, upgraded compilation pipeline: Webpack 4 and Babel 7, Standardized Dynamic Imports, Static CDN support, smaller initial HTML payload and React Context with SSR between App and Pages.

September 19, 2018
The React Podcast #21 - Delete Your Components with Kent C. Dodds
LinkSeptember 18, 2018

The React Podcast #21 - Delete Your Components with Kent C. Dodds

Chantastic talks with Kent C. Dodds about his adventures in React development and why we should be optimizing code for delete-ability. They discuss React Rally, managing your career, taming your ego, keeping healthy and happy on Twitter, tools for composing components well and when to use them, and what’s next for React.

React Native Radio #105 - Navigation++ feat. Eric Vicenti
LinkSeptember 17, 2018

React Native Radio #105 - Navigation++ feat. Eric Vicenti

In this episode of React Native Radio, the panel talks to Eric Vicenti about React-navigation and more! He pays a lot of attention to navigation as well as what is blocking people from being able to build apps quickly, both in React Native and the web. They talk about the journey of creating React-navigation, the major changes to this library in the past few months, React Native gesture handler, and more!

The React Podcast #20 - Foster Vibrant and Inclusive Communities with Devon Lindsey
LinkSeptember 11, 2018

The React Podcast #20 - Foster Vibrant and Inclusive Communities with Devon Lindsey

Chantastic talks with Devon about her adventures in web development and why she organizes the ReactJS San Francisco Bay Area meetup. They discuss how to foster vibrant and inclusive communities, why React Rally is so special, and what it means that Apple is sponsoring a React conference.

How to get React SEO-friendly by using Next.js
LinkSeptember 10, 2018

How to get React SEO-friendly by using Next.js

SEO has become one of the most crucial points on the Internet to get a good ranking on Google and offer visibility to your website. If you have ever wondered how to stick with React for your web application without the lack of SEO and poor latency on the first load, you should take a look at what is coming Next.

React Native Radio #104 - React Native Firebase feat. Mike Diarmid & Elliot Hesp
LinkSeptember 10, 2018

React Native Radio #104 - React Native Firebase feat. Mike Diarmid & Elliot Hesp

In this episode of React Native Radio, the panel talks to Elliot Hesp and Mike Diarmid, who are a part of the React Native Firebase team. They talk about what they do in their day jobs, how people used Firebase prior to the library being created, what Firebase is, and why you would want to use it. They also touch on types of applications you should and should not use with Firebase, their past experiences working on open source projects, how these past projects have impacted how they work on the React Native Firebase project, and more!

Hillarious diss rap track by Kitze - THE PLATFORM
LinkSeptember 6, 2018

Hillarious diss rap track by Kitze - THE PLATFORM

So do I need a PhD in Webpack to make an app that’s not sluggish? Do I need Sean Larkinn and the guy from Parcel to work with me so it’s not rubbish? Why do we call it “hello world” when it feels like “oh world goodbye”?

Announcing styled-components v4: Better, Faster, Stronger 💅
LinkSeptember 5, 2018

Announcing styled-components v4: Better, Faster, Stronger 💅

We’re very excited to announce that styled-components v4 is officially in beta! Get it now with your favorite package manager and help us test the changes, we’d love to hear your thoughts.

The React Podcast #19 - Supporting Open Source with Michael Jackson
LinkSeptember 4, 2018

The React Podcast #19 - Supporting Open Source with Michael Jackson

Chantastic talks with Michael about his journey into open source and how he's building a business to sustain open source development. They discuss frontend libraries (then and now), the link between business and open source, the genesis of unpkg.com (a CDN for NPM), and the future of modules in the browser.

The React Podcast #18 - Prepack and the Future of JavaScript Performance with Nikolai Tillmann
LinkAugust 28, 2018

The React Podcast #18 - Prepack and the Future of JavaScript Performance with Nikolai Tillmann

Chantastic talks with Nikolai about Prepack — a tool for making JavaScript code run faster. They discuss the goals and challenges before Prepack, why it makes global JavaScript faster, and how it could dramatically improve time to interactive performance in large React apps.

React Native Radio #103 - React Native at Product Hunt feat. Radoslav Stankov and Vlad Vladimirov
LinkAugust 23, 2018

React Native Radio #103 - React Native at Product Hunt feat. Radoslav Stankov and Vlad Vladimirov

In this episode of React Native Radio, the panel talks to Radoslav Stankov and Vlad Vladimirov, who are engineers at Product Hunt. They talk about why they came to Product Hunt, how the company works and collaborates remotely, and the general size and operation of Product Hunt. They also touch on the overview of the Product Hunt mobile app, the benefits and issues to using React Native to create the application, roadblocks and issues he ran into, and more!