It comes w/ built-in SSR support for graphql (apollo), state mgmt (redux), and css-in-js (styled-components / emotion)July 3, 2018
React 16 has a first class portal implementation. But wait, what's a portal? In this talk I will go over what portals are on the web and what problems they solve. I will also take a look at React.Portal what it does well as well as the things to watch out for.
In this episode of React Native Radio, the panelist talk to Vincent Riemer. Vincent got into programming as a senior in high school when he took an AP Java class. He was really into computers, and this class is what led him to pursue a college degree in computer science as well as a career as a developer. They talk about his io-808 drum machine, how he got into synthesis and his passion for it, React-native-dom, and much more!
Callstack’s take on React Native at a scale.
With Gatsby, it's easy to create beautifully-designed, reusable components, clean, consistent typography, and a beautiful image loading experience.
In this series we explore Electron by building a beautiful journaling app using React. The application we build reads, writes and creates markdown files and even implements auto saving. Explore the platform that's allowing web developers to create real world apps like VSCode, Slack, Hyper, Skype, Figma and countless others!
Hey there! Have you tried https://parceljs.org yet? Or maybe you tried it out 6 months ago? Guess what: ✨ A LOT ✨ has happened since it came out, and this shit is getting awesome.
The features of a command line tool, with a browser experience for those who prefer a graphical interface — all in one package.
We are proud today to introduce the production-ready Next.js 6.1, featuring Increased hot reloading reliability, Codebase improvements and Next.js codemods. In addition to the Next.js 6.1 release, we're excited to announce that nextjs.org is now open source
Over the next 30 days we're gonna build the same app using 4 or 5 different state management libraries. Learn about state machines, pros and cons, etc.
A headless user interface component is a component that offers maximum visual flexibility by providing no interface. “Wait for a second, are you advocating a user interface pattern that doesn’t have a user interface? Yes. That is exactly what I’m advocating.June 23, 2018
Thoughts from Expo following Airbnb’s Sunsetting of RN.June 22, 2018
Rules and best practices for creating reliable building blocks with React and other component-based libraries.June 21, 2018
In 2016, we took a big bet on React Native. Two years later, we’re ready to share our experience with the world and show what’s next.
In this episode of React Native Radio, the panelists talk to Gaëtan Renaudeau. Gaëtan lives in France and is the author of gl-react. The idea for writing this came 3 years ago when he was working on his startup Project September and he wanted to make text work on top of images. He has recently joined the company Ledger and they talk about what he is working on now as well as how he got into working with React Native and creating gl-react.
In this episode of React Native Radio, the panelists talk to Tyler McGinnis. Tyler works full time on his website TylerMcGinnis.com, does a lot of teaching and blog posts, and has built out Udacity’s React Nanodegree. They talk about the new React APIs that are coming out and discuss using React on the web. They also touch on the tools that are up to date right now, imposter syndrome, and feeling left behind. They stress the importance of not comparing yourself to other developers and staying focused on progressing in your own personal development career.
Today we're excited to announce that you can try, build, and deploy fullstack React apps starting with a few of our favorite React frameworks.
Sara Vieira is easily one of the most entertaining people we've ever had on this show. She has been working with React over the past few years and has recently been traveling around Europe and giving free workshops on React in London and at React Finland.
Accessible by Default w/ Focus Management, Relative Links (!), Nested Route Configs, Smart Path Ranking (order doesn't matter) and more.