Chakra UI v1, Gatsby's new file system route API, and optimizing React Native at Coinbase
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This release was a long time coming, and we're super excited for the Chakra UI team! Highlights include:
In the past, Gatsby has created individual routes for files inside the
pages folder and programmatically created pages via APIs that are exposed inside
gatsby-node.js. The new File System Route API will let you move this route creation logic out of
gatsby-node.js and into the file name of a file inside the
Facebook's production-ready GraphQL client for React had a new minor release last week, which added two new declarative mutation directives for inserting a node to connections, various minor improvements and fixes to the
loadQuery API, and the ability for
useQueryLoader to now accept an initial query reference (and lots more).
In this comprehensive post (and video), you'll learn everything you need to know about React's
useReducer Hook for managing complex state.
Over the past eight months, Coinbase has been rewriting its Android app from scratch with React Native. Read about some of the performance challenges the encountered and overcame along the way.
In this tutorial, Ziad demonstrates how he would optimize the performance of his company's server-side rendered web app using Google's PageSpeed Insights tool.
Sam walks through how to use AWS Amplify and React to create the app login, add a database and work with the data, add file storage and use those files, and to allow users to upload their own files and data.
ReactDataGrid is a feature-rich, blazing fast pure React component, available in MIT or Commercial editions. It comes with built-in support for data binding, sorting, paging, grouping, inline edit, locked columns, row pining, movable/resizable columns and much more...
A collection of lightweight React components and hooks to build diagrams with ease.
Valtio makes proxy-state simple for React and Vanilla. Check out the CodeSandbox to see it in action.
A collection of three great React talks from three different virtual React conferences and meetups in October.