Microsoft launches REact Native for Windows, 5 things you don't know about React DevTools, and building performant React apps
Microsoft today announced a new open-source project for React Native developers who want to target Windows. “React Native for Windows,” as the project is unsurprisingly called, is meant to be a new ‘performance-oriented’ implementation of React for Windows under the MIT License.
The React DevTools is one of the most important tools for any React developer. This article does a deep dive into some of the more advanced features of the extension, and looks at what features we can expect from the future.
After its initial release on May 29, 2013, React.js has taken over the internet. It’s not a secret that myself and many other developers owe their success to this amazing framework. With Medium so full of React.js tutorials, David wishes one of them would have told him of these tips when he started.
Official advice from Chrome DevRel on building performant and progressive React applications.
Free React Dashboard made with Material UI's components, React and create-react-app to boost your app development process.
On this special episode of The Diff, Instagram software engineer Kathryn, and React Native engineering manager, Kevin, join Joel on our final live broadcast from the F8 2019 conference to discuss the current state of React and React Native. Learn why React Hooks is such a big deal, how React and React Native cooperate on roadmaps, and about some of the exciting new features for both.
A hands-on tutorial on how to create a simple functional React component using React Hooks from Facebook's f8 developer conference.