Radix 1.0, Updates on the new Next.js router and Reflections after reading the React source code
This week's issue is sponsored by Stream.
Stream is the easiest way to build chat apps, and is used by companies like Hopin, Adobe, and Crunchbase. Their React Chat Tutorial demonstrates how you can quickly build a flexible chat experience using Stream's API and their Chat React components.
Radix just released v1 of its low-level UI component library with a focus on accessibility, customization and developer experience. Modulz (the team behind Radix) was recently acquired by WorkOS, and Radix itself is already used by big software companies like Vercel and Supabase.
This tweet thread from the Next team demonstrates how the new Next router will include support for nested layouts and React Server Components by "standing on the shoulders of React 18." Various members of the React team seem pretty excited about it too.
React Query rebranded to TanStack Query and restructured the library to a monorepo, so that it can now be used with Vue, Svlete, and Solid.js. It also comes with new features like proper offline support, stable persisters, support for React 18, and more.
Andre Landgraf writes about what makes Remix different from Next.js, Gatsby and other React frameworks -- and why it deserves to be called a full-stack web framework.
React Native 0.70 will ship with Hermes as the default engine for all React Native apps. Michael Leon, a member of the React Native team at Meta, wrote about the advantages of the Hermes engine and the work that went in to making this change.
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A short tweet thread by George Moller showing his approach to structuring folders in a React app.
Alex Kondov dove into the React source code and wrote about some of his takeaways about the design of the codebase and the practices and patterns the React core team has applied.
This popular React component library with 140+ hooks and components just released v5.0 with updates and improvements to various components -- including tabs, accordion, tooltip, avatar, and more.
Prabhu Murthy created this draggable menu component for React that can auto adjust its position.
As you probably guessed, this is a dark mode toggle component for React. It's Type-safe and fully customizable. Created by Anatoliy Gatt.