Next.js 13.2, Expo 48, and Why useEffect may not be the best abstraction
They're the best and easiest way to build authentication. It adds login, registration, SSO, MFA, and a bazillion other features to your app in days – not months.
This release has a lot of new features focused on getting the
app Router ready for a stable release. Highlights include:
We all love useEffect, but in this article, Miško Hevery writes about some use cases where useEffect is not the best abstraction and shares some different ways of thinking about it.
React Email Editor is a drag-n-drop email template builder component that makes it easy to add a solid email editor to your React apps. Designs are saved in JSON and can be exported as HTML, PDF, Image, etc. [sponsored]
Make it easy for your SaaS customers to create beautiful and responsive emails and websites with Unlayer. It's a great way to unlock a ton of new functionality for your SaaS app without having to do a ton of extra work. Win-win. [sponsored]
Robin Wieruch's newly updated article provides some (opinionated) guidance on how to choose libraries for building React apps in 2023.
In this article, EmNudge gets a little dramatic when describing their love-hate relationship with React. But despite the title, it actually provides a fairly nuanced argument about some of React's pros and cons, while briefly walking through 7+ years of React history.
A VS Code extension that lets you easily view your React components in a hierarchical tree.
Moishi Netzer created this zero-config, reusable component framework for React. It's an all-in-one tool to quickly create and publish a high-quality component library, taking care of tedious setup and ensuring best practices.
PrimeReact bills itself as "the most complete" React UI component library. This v9 release includes brand new docs, 700+ new demos, and 90+ components, hooks and themes.
A high-performance, Skia-based line graph rendering library for React Native that just launched v1.0.
Evan Bacon from the Expo team made this 7-minute Twitter video to explore what it might look like if Expo added React Server Components for native iOS and Android platforms.