Remix routing in Angular, Converting a React component to SolidJS, and a new framework for building browser extensions
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The Remix team has recently talked about bringing Remix routing to other frameworks. In this article, Brandon Roberts walks through the steps he took to get Remix Routing working with Angular and shares why he's excited for the future of a framework-agnostic Remix.
Matti Bar-Zeev writes about the process of converting a React component to SolidJS and why he likes the simplicity of Solid compared to the growing complexity of React.
It's easy to take HTTP for granted without really understanding what it is. In this article, Alex Anderson shares 10 things that'll help improve your understanding of HTTP and the web.
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Manu Arora walks you through how to build a functional code editor that can compile code on a web app with React, Tailwind CSS, Judge0, and more.
Yet another virtual DOM library, but faster and more lightweight than React. It differentiates itself from other lightweight alternatives like Preact by "leveraging compilation to make a quantum leap in improving bundle size and render speed" with a compiler that's similar to Svelte. Created by Aiden Bai. Check out the StackBlitz to see it in action.
TanStack (the collection of open-source libraries created by Tanner Linsley that includes React Query, React Table and React Virtual) has gone from being purely React-focused to supporting other popular frameworks like Vue, Solid, and Svelte.
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A collection of 20+ customizable, WCAG 2.0-friendly componenents for React, Next, Gatsby, and Remix.
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All of the talks from last month's first-ever Remix Conf, including speakers like Michael Jackson, Ryan Dahl, Shaundai Person, and many more.