Bun beta, Refactoring large React components, and Five clever hacks for React Query and SWR
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It comes with a built-in bundler, transpiler, task runner and npm client, making it a potential replacement for other build tools like Webpack. Check out yesterday's Bytes for our full story on it.
Mohammad Faisal wrote about his experience refactoring a very large React component for his self-driving car company, and shares what he learned, which other developers can apply when refactoring similarly large components.
Chris Nicholas wrote this interesting article about how real-time, multiplayer cursors (which are becoming increasingly common in collaborative tools) are animated, and how the process is more difficult than it seems.
Two Yelp engineers (Kedar Vaidya and Benson Pan) wrote about how transitioning from Styleguidist to Storybook enabled their team to offer a faster and more user-friendly development environment for React components, along with better alignment with developer and designer workflows.
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A small library for creating Web Components with "React-inspired syntax" like functions, hooks, and Vdom. Created by Matias Trujillo.
Local toast helps you to provide feedback related to particular components on page. Created by Oleg Wock.
This appropriately named ESLint plugin makes it easy to find invalid HTML nesting in your JSX before it causes bugs. It's helpful for React and any other framework that uses JSX. Created by Manan Tank.
In this 40-minute video, Jack Herrington shares five things you can do with react-query and swr that aren't just running a single query.
We made this 12-minute video to explain how and why Next.js took over the world. It's been watched by over 325,000 developers, and we think you'll learn something from it too.
In this hour-long video, Theo Browne talks to Jarred Sumner (the solo creator of Bun) about everything you'd ever want to know about the past, present, and future of the new runtime.