useRef for dummies, Expo mega demo, and Mantine 3.0
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This 4-person team will "support Developer Tooling across the family of React technologies (including React Native and Relay)," with the goal of providing excellent DX and UX.
Elias Nahum from the Mattermost team writes about how he wasn't too excited when he was first asked to start building prototypes for his team's mobile apps, but how (and why) he immediately loved working with React Native.
In this article, Ammar Ahmed discusses how to use the React
useRef hook correctly and explores a few different use cases for
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In this tutorial, Matti Bar-Zeev walks through how to modify a simple component in a WordSearch game to start utilizing TypeScript.
A repo that features a few amazing experiments with some new awesome React Native and Expo features. Created by Bartłomiej Klocek.
The popular React components and hooks library just released v3.0 -- which features ten new components, a new Popper.js integration, performance improvements by migrating from
react-jss to emotion, and more. Created by Vitaly Rtishchev and the rest of the Mantine team.
A beautiful, fast and modern React UI library, created by the NextUI team (not the Next.js team).
A library that lets you detect devices, and render view according to detected device type.
This project (stil in beta) gives you instant previews of React components and Storybook stories in your IDE without requiring you to write any extra code. Created by Zenc Labs.
A React component to display your 3D models in a Carousel-like fashion inside your application, using three.js and react-three-fiber.