Introducing Concurrent mode, React Conf 2019, Lessons learned from 5 years in React
Just announced at React Conf, this page provides a theoretical overview of Concurrent Mode. As a general reminder, don’t rely on experimental builds of React in production apps 🙂.
"React Conf 2019 just kicked off. If you're reading this within the next few hours, you can catch the livestream here.
"To share upcoming changes with our partners in the React ecosystem, we’re establishing official prerelease channels. We hope this process will help us make changes to React with confidence, and give developers the opportunity to try out experimental features."
In this article, Cory House shares 63 quick lessons and tips for working in the React ecosystem. These tips are broken down by topic, including state management, props, styling, reusable components, and more.
In this article, Adam Wathan explains four main patterns for persistent layouts in Next.js applications.
In this article, Mark Erikson of the Redux team announces Redux Starter Kit, "the official, opinionated, batteries-included toolset for Redux." He also discusses the origins of Redux and his goals for the project.
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In this 10-minute talk from the recent JAMstack Conference, the Forestry.io team demos TinaCMS, an open-source site editing toolkit for React-based sites (Gatsby and Next.js).