Open source roadmap for React Native, the quest for React micro-app, and grabbing the flame 🔥
This year, the React Native team has focused on a large scale re-architecture of React Native. In this post, Héctor breaks down their new roadmap. The main points include Lean Core, Open Sourcing Internals and Updated Tooling, Testing Infrastructure, Public API, and better communication.
The Frontend Platform team at Eventbrite wants each React application to be both developed and deployed individually. In the first post of this series, they explain the couplings they need to get rid of in their quest for React micro-apps.
Pull up a chair and warm your hands by the fire. Let me share with you three stories from my front-end performance adventures.
To better learn libraries, Max reverse engineers them. Yeah, pretty rad. He's been focused on Angular for the last bit but recently dove into React. In this post he breaks down why and how React uses linked lists.
In this post Rudi presents a model for how to think about using the new API for those that are struggling to understand the reasons for those rules.
You've probably heard of Gatsby by now. Here's a practical post about how Flamingo (the company, not the bird) used it to build their E-Commerce site.
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