Aleph.js 1.0, Guidelines for choosing React libraries, and Code Splitting with React, React.lazy, and React Router v5
Aleph.js is a bleeding-edge React framework that's basically Next.js for Deno. If you like Next.js and you like Deno, well, you'll probably like Aleph.
In this article, Max Rozen walks through his process for determining which React libraries to use for a given project.
This article is a mix of arguments, reality checks and a code solution at the end. Its focus: device (touch/desktop) driven code split in React with no backend.
This is a complete rewrite of the previous Redux fundamentals tutorial and features better explanations, more current terminology, simpler patterns, and more modern practices.
In this tutorial, Aman Mittal walks through how to manage global state in a React app using a combination of the
useReducer hook and the Context API.
This in-depth tutorial from LogRocket provides a guide that both newbies and experienced React developers should find valuable and informative. It features lots of helpful code examples and snippets.
ReactDataGrid is an Excel-like, blazing fast pure React component licensed under MIT. It comes with built-in support for data binding, sorting, paging, inline edit, movable/resizable columns, context menu, stacked columns, row and cell selection, RTL and much more...
A minimal UI framework for React built with TypeScript and styled-components.
A simple tool for looking up IP address geo info and plot it on a map.
A place to see the most liked webdev tweets all in one place. Built with Next.js, ChakraUI, and react-spring.