The React team, accidentally launching a popular Gatsby plugin, and why React Hooks
Ever wonder who exactly is on the React team? Wonder no more.
In this post, Jari discusses how and why he built a new Gatsby plugin while working on a client project (a festival website that sells tickets). The plugin is now the de facto way of using Gatsby in combination with S3, is cheap to host, and is able to serve millions of requests during peak traffic periods.
This post from React Christmas discusses how testing React apps has become much easier the last couple of years and shares some tips for how to write more effective tests.
In this post, Kostas aggregates his favorite 27 React conference talks of 2019 and gives a brief synopsis (along with a link) for each one.
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Learn how to create rich and scalable React layouts without compromise using react-teleporter.
In this series of articles, Younes will show you how he made this component with React Native (using Expo), React Navigation, styled components, and the animations library Lottie from Airbnb.
An open-source utility from Twilio Labs that converts raw SVG files into accessible and extendable React Components with smart default props.