Prettier 2.0, animated hamburger icons, and compound components
Prettier 2.0 is out to prove that not everything about 2020 has to be awful. Here are the highlights of this update:
We know that many developers have been laid off, had their hours cut back, or been forced to look for new opportunities because of COVID-19. To help those who find themselves looking for new roles, Nader Dabit compiled a list of 100+ companies currently hiring developers (who responded directly to his tweet). If you're looking for a new opportunity, this could be a great resource.
Vettery is an online hiring marketplace that's changing the way people hire and get hired. Ready for a bold career move? Make a free profile, name your salary, and connect with hiring managers from top employers today. Get started today.
✅ Queries auto-generated at runtime
✅ 100% GraphQL spec supported
✅ TypeScript safe - without running code-generation on each change ✅ Inbuilt cache - can be used without apollo-client
✅ Extensions - add custom properties and functions to types
✅ React integration - uses suspense out of the box, selectively updating components when data changes
Jitsi Meet is a fully encrypted, 100% open source video conferencing solution that you can use all day, every day, for free — with no account needed. Built with React, this could be a great alternative to Zoom or whatever other video-conferencing tool your team is using as we all try to figure out how to work remotely.
This is a free, open-source resume builder built in React. It features a minimalist, clean design with a focus on user data privacy and easy updates.
Learn how to use static site generation in Next.js in this tutorial where I show you how you can setup.
In this 24-minute video, Karl Hadwen demonstrates how to build a reusable UI by adopting compound components in React. It's a useful introduction to how using compound components can help reduce architectural complexity.