Gatsby news, Solid.js feels like React, and moving from Next to Remix
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A wrap-up of the big announcements from last week's Gatsby Conf, including Image CDN, incremental deploys, CMS homepage starters and more.
Nick Scialli writes about the different ways in which he feels that Solid.js better fulfills the promise of React than React itself.
Adam Collier wrote about his experience completely re-writing his blog in Remix from Next.js -- including the reasons behind it and how he went about doing it.
This opinionated article takes a look at 15 popular React libraries, and features them based on their completeness, accessibility, and level of activity.
Brandon Bayer and the team behind Blitz.js just launched v1.0 of their new deployment platform that promises to be "less limiting that Heroku and less complex than AWS." too complex.
A collection of atomic, independent, typed, tested and documented React custom hooks.
This 9-minute video from Fireship shares 10 common React pitfalls and how to avoid them with some helpful ticks and tricks.
ICYMI we made this 10-minute video on the history of React, and why it became the dominant force in web development that it is today. It's been watched by 176k in the last month, and we think you'll like it too.
This 3.5-hour video takes you step by step through the process of creating and deploying a fully responsive personal portfolio site from scratch