What React and FedEx have in common, is React strict mode worth it, and building a router for React
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Johannes Schickling, the founder of Prisma, doesn't think so. React 18's frustrating double-execution of useEffect was a breaking point for him. Dan Abramov followed up with an explanation for why may not want to turn Strict Mode off just yet.
If you're still not sure why we need yet another React hook, Nick Scialli writes about React's reactivity problems, and how
useEvent will help solve those.
In this gist, Ashok Khanna shows how you can create a simple router for React in less than 100 lines of code. It won't replace all of the features of something like React Router, but it can give you an idea for it works.
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Simon Kardell walks through the steps to define a reducer, actions, and React context so you can have global Redux-like state management in your React app with the type safety guarantees of TypeScript.
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A React based component for a quick implementation of Epg, schedules, live streaming, music events, timelines and more. It uses a custom virtual view which allows you to operate on a really big number of data. Created by Karol Kozer.
This portfolio site by Henry Heffernan combines React-Three-Fiber, some cleverly nested iframes, and a retro-aesthetic for a jaw-dropping end result.
In this Houston React meetup, Cam Beaudoin highlights common accessibility pitfalls of forms and how to overcome them.
This 2+ hour video lets you code along with Clint Briley as he builds a Netflix homepage using React, Tailwind, and Firebase.