React Native to MIT, the future of state in React, and nested routes with REact Router v4
React Native joined React in migrating to use an MIT license.
The days of relying on external libraries for managing light non-local state are coming to a close. React's new Context API will be the go-to solution for sharing state simply™️ (in this author's opinion).
React Router v4 introduced a new declarative, component based approach to routing. With that approach came some confusion around nested routes. In this post we’ll break down that confusion and you’ll learn how to nest routes with React Router.
React Native has changed the way we think about the mobile apps development process but didn’t change the main goal of software development teams—delivering the best quality products as soon as possible. However, it definitely comes with its own set of challenges every developer needs to conquer. In this post Adam outlines the most import ones, along with some tips on how to solve them.
In this tutorial you’ll be building a location-sharing app with React Native and Pusher. By reading this tutorial, you will learn how to use the geolocation functionality in React Native, and broadcast the geolocation data with Pusher. You will also learn how to integrate Facebook login into the app.
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A curated list of stuff related to the new React Context API.
Lazyload your React component and nicely fade in when it's ready.
Gatsby is a blazing-fast static site generator for React. This is the Gatsby implementation of Hackernews using the gatsby-source-hackernews plugin.