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Andrew McDowell explains how to model application flows in React with finite state machines and XState.
In this article, Daniel Lu writes about how the Adobe Spectrum team spent months creating an accessible autocomplete component and hook. Turns out, there are a lot of hidden gotchas inside the world of comboboxes (aka autocomplete boxes).
Starting in React 18 with createRoot, all updates will be automatically batched, no matter where they originate from. In this article, Aditi Tipnis gives some more insight into what exactly this will look like with some helpful code examples.
Apparently, last week was "finite state machines" week. In this article, Kacper Witas explains how you can use finite state machines to do a "really awesome trick" that works miracles in complicated React projects, especially by boosting security.
In this tutorial, Antonello Zanini goes over everything you need to know to use nullish coalescing and optional chaining in React and bring your codebase to the next level.
It can be tricky to figure out how to work with API requests in React. That's why Nishant Singh made this tutorial that demonstrates how it all works by implementing CRUD Operations using React, React Hooks, React Router, and Axios.
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A collection of 8 free dashboard templates built with Tailwind CSS for React, Next.js, Vue and Nuxt.js
A react router that supports rendering of multiple independent (auxiliary) routes. Created by Kamil Bugno.
A React chart library that's lightweight, easy to use, and visually appealing.
In this 35-minute video, Chris Hawkes walks through how to set up a React project without relying on any opinionated starter kits.