Coinbase moves to React Native, Recoil launches v0.3, and Stripe releases a React Native library
This week’s issue is sponsored by react-email-editor.
React Email Editor is a drag-n-drop email template builder component that makes it easy to add a solid email editor to your React apps. Designs are saved in JSON and can be exported as HTML.
After a whopping 2-year alpha, Docusaurus 2 officially entered beta last week! The two major improvements include auto-generated sidebars(so you don't need to maintain a
sidebars.js file anymore) and persistent caching, which significantly speeds up rebuild time.
Facebook's internal tool for state management (that's still very experimental) just released another update. One cool new feature is how v0.3 allows you to create a RecoilRoot that falls through to the surrounding root if one exists, which means you can create re-usable components that use Recoil that can be used within or without the context of a larger Recoil app.
Harry Tormey (an engineering manager at Coinbase) wrote about his team's transition from native development to React Native. As you could probably guess, this was an intense process, and it required systematically testing and observing results, then upping the stakes with increasingly more impactful trials. And when your company has 56 million users and generated $1.8 billion in Q1 alone, your margin for error is pretty small.
In this article, Dave Ceddia teaches you how to make forms using plain React (no libraries) with a lot less pain. You’ll learn how forms really work, so you can confidently build them yourself. And you'll better understand how form libraries work under the hood.
Cassidy Williams (scientific name: Cassidoo), walks you through each step of taking a working Next.js project and putting it on Netlify for the first time.
In this tutorial, Yogesh Chavan walks you through how to use a checkbox as a Controlled Input in React, how to use the array map and reduce methods for complex calculation, and how to create an array of a specific length pre-filled with some specific value.
Close.com is looking for two experienced individuals that have a solid understanding of React and want to help design, implement and launch major, user-facing features. They are a 100% globally distributed team of ~45 high-performing, happy people that are dedicated to building a product our customers love.
A React 17, Bootstrap 5, & Material Design 2.0 UI kit with over 700 components & templates.
Stripe created this React Native library to make it easy to build delightful payment experiences with a collection of powerful and customizable UI screens and elements that can be used out-of-the-box to collect your users' payment details.
A powerful camera library for React Native that just released v2.0. This new release includes QR code scanning, realtime video chats, facial recognition, and more. Created by Marc Rousavy.