React 18 RC, Flutter vs. React Native, and an in-depth Remix review
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React 18 is now available as a Release Candidate. This article from the React Team walks you through how to upgrade to it.
Check out his great talk on React without Memo at the last React Conf to learn more about him.
József Miskolczy wrote this an very in-depth analysis to help technical decision makers evaluate how well Remix can serve their project needs. It introduces the framework, then takes a deep dive into its technical capabilities and unique architectural choices, while attempting to quantify the business impact of Remix over every aspect of the software development process.
Vladimir Klepov writes about how "conditional rendering is a cornerstone of any templating language" and shares some helpful knowledge on how it applies to building React apps.
In this article, Josh Comeau shares the structure he uses across all his current projects, including his blog and custom course platform.
In this tutorial, Johannes Kettmann walks you through the process of setting up a new application using the "most popular React tech stack," including Next.js, TypeScript, ESLint, Prettier, styled-components, Cypress, and Storybook
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