React Native 0.68, Improving DoorDash's performance with SSR, and Demystifying Remix routes
This week's issue is sponsored by Unlayer.
Unlayer provides a drag-and-drop email editor, page builder and popup builder that embeds in your SaaS app. Their React components make it super easy, so you can seamlessly integrate it with the rest of your app.
This new release features with opt-in to the New React Native Architecture, some bug fixes and more. React 18's new rendering engine isn't supported by React Native yet, but hopefully will be in the not-so-distant future.
Patrick El-Hage and Duncan Meech (from the DoorDash team) write about the challenges they faced when implementing server-side rendering for their high-traffic pages and how they overcame them successfully.
In this in-depth article, Robin Wieruch gives some helpful guidance on how to choose libraries for building a React application.
Kent C. Dodds writes about how Remix's approach to server rendering is the perfect complement for unlocking all of React's power and potential. It might be a little biased, but it's definitely insightful.
This short, visual article by Alex Sidorenko shows you two simple ways to check if some of your React components are rendering too often.
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to create a survey website using Remix and KendoReact. You'll also learn how to speed up app development and offer amazing UI and UX in general. [sponsored]
This tutorial by Átila Fassina digs deeper into Remix's routing -- which helps set it apart from other frameworks and powers many of its other powerful features.
A website that is a visualizer of over 30 unique sorting algorithms, allowing for custom delay time and input array size - created with React, Redux, and Styled Components.
An opinionated UI starter with React, Chakra UI, React Query and Formiz. Created by the BearStudio team.
A lightweight, powerful React parallax component for creating scroll effects.