What's new in Creat React App 2.0, the Suspense is killing Redux, and a React job interview from the recruiter's perspective
Earlier this month Create React App 2.0 was released adding a lot of new features. Some of those features include Sass Support, CSS Modules Support, Adding SVGs as React Components, Fragment Short Syntax, and Babel Macros. In this post, Elijah will highlight the above 5 features.
Are you using React to build user interfaces? In this post you’ll learn why (David thinks) you should write your React applications using ReasonML
React Suspense is all about handling transitions between views that have asynchronous data requirements — which redux doesn’t even attempt to handle. But, to make that work, Suspense is incidentally concerned with handling client-side data — which Redux is very interested in. In this post, Ryan breaks down how in certain situations, React Suspense will replace Redux.
The article is written from the perspective of someone who conducts a React interview and is full of solid tips.
This post contains some of the good features you should consider when migrating your existing app to React 16 from React 15.
A complete breakdown on why we needed Redux in the past, and why we don’t any more, according to Jack.
A pragmatic step-by-step guide to eliminating common react performance issues.