React Native 0.56 released, React Native gesture handling with ReasonML, and upgrading your React UI with state machines
The long-awaited 0.56 version of React Native is now available 🎉. This blog post highlights some of the changes introduced in this new release.
In this post, Steven goes over leveraging ReasonML’s powerful variant types to create a React wrapper to handle React Native gestures.
In this detailed post, Nate who works at Udacity walks through their experience using React Native in production along with the pros and cons they experienced.
State is everywhere, and it’s an especially hot topic in the web development community. This article walks through how you can use state machines to improve your UI.
In this article, Manjunath describes 5 generally accepted development practices that you can actually avoid when using React.
This is a comprehensive (but simplified) guide for absolute Redux beginners, or any who wants to re-evaluate their understanding of the fundamental Redux concepts.
Roadmap to becoming a React developer in 2018.
react-beautiful-dnd 8.0 has shipped!
23% faster. 18% smaller. Development messages for common setup issues. Improved recovery from any errors.
With Rogue, the SSR configuration will be nearly invisible to you. You don't need a special /pages directory (like Nextjs) or a separate routes.js file (like Afterjs). All you need is the App.js entry point you'd usually have. This means that you can wrap your app in layouts/transitions/providers, etc. the same way you would in a regular React Application, and staying true to React's values, you can organize your code however you like.