Twitter's div soup, Why Redux is still super relevant, and migrating from CRA to Next.js
Programming hasn’t fundamentally changed in a long time. Building an app usually means Googling for the right component library, debugging dependencies, rewriting a lot of boilerplate code, and figuring out where to deploy. Everything but solving the problem at hand.
Retool is a new approach: they've unified the ease of visual programming with the power and flexibility of real code. Connect to any database or API. Drag-and-drop a UI while simultaneously live programming it. Deploy instantly.
Giuseppe Gurgone writes about the "unconventional and controversial" choices that the Twitter team made when they used React Native for the Web to build the Twitter web app.
In this article, Jason Lee Hodges writes about why (contrary to some public opinion) Redux is still a vital part of the React ecosystem that can't be replaced by the Context API, or anything else.
The React Native Team has been writing a lot more these days! In this article, Samuel Susla shares some recommended practices for preparing your React Native apps for the new mobile OS versions that will be released later this year.
This tutorial from the Next.js team will walk you through the steps of transitioning from an existing, non-ejected Create React App project to Next.js.
Rubrik is looking for 2+ frontend leaders that want to improve the developer experience for 30+ frontend and 60+ full-stack engineers on a React / Typescript / Apollo Client codebase. They are a fast-growing company, based out of Palo Alto, CA helping organizations manage hybrid, multi-cloud data protection and defend against cyber threats like ransomware.
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 Deno-based, React Streaming framework that's built on top of React 18 and is still in early alpha stages.
Courier is a notification management platform and API that enables multi-channel notifications at scale. Their new toast and inbox components are now able to be targeted by the Courier Push Provider WebSocket. [Sponsored]
A brand new component library that's built in TypeScript for React developers who use Tailwind in their projects. Created by Brett Thurston.
A powerful, feature-rich virtual list component for React. Created by Petyo Ivanov.
In this 30-minute video, William Candillon and Jonny Burger talk about one approach for expanding the functionality of React Native when it comes to advanced gestures and animations.