Docusaurus 2.0, Expo SDK 46, and Discord switching to React Native
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Docusaurus is the easiest way to create fully customizable doc sites. It's backed by Meta and just launched v2, which comes with some great new features:
React is now used on the client (not just the server like v1), which enables a more modern navigation
MDX support, so you can create interactive React components in your docs
More theming flexibility and a new system of plugins make customization a lot easier
We wrote about this release in greater detail in yesterday's Bytes issue.
This release comes with new support for React Native Skia, React Native FlashList, React 18 and React Native 0.69.3.
This popular Jamstack front-end template just made the switch from Webpack 5 to Vite last week, as Vite continues to eat the web.
The Discord team writes about how their Android app got "a major overhaul that brings significant improvements" by switching to React Native. They specifically highlight the benefits of feature consistency across platforms and faster app update release cycles.
It's tough to find many enterprise-scale, open-source React apps, so Max Rozen decided to go digging for a few of them. This article shares the best ones he found with a little bit of info on each.
In this article, the New Relic team demonstrates how synthetic user testing works by walking you through how to build your own example tests that simulate the behavior of your users. [sponsored]
Lloyd Atkinson walks through his process of building his own "fuzzy search" component, which checks for the presence of a substring.
Oren Farhi shares his conclusions and journey in reducing a performance bottle neck from 0.5 seconds to 1.7 milliseconds.
The popular component library by Adobe just got a major upgrade with this new release, including:
Congrats to Devon Govett and the rest of the team!
This new state management library is built on top of Redux and claims to give you all of the advantages of Redux wrapped in a much simpler interface.
A tool for creating beautiful React SVG maps with d3-geo and topojson using a declarative API.
This 90-minute freeCodeCamp tutorial walks you through the steps of building a weather application using the OpenWeatherMap API and GeoDB API with places autocomplete.