Our next big thing 👀, new updates from the React team, and rethinking React best practices
Introducing 🕹️ react.gg -- The interactive way to master modern React.
We've spent the last year working (in secret) on something big, and I think you'll really like it.
Here’s a Tweet thread I wrote about why we’re excited about it and why it took so long to make. If you've ever enjoyed any of my content, please check it out and consider sharing 🙏.
And with that, let's get back to React Newsletter.
They created this Deployment Milestone Checklist to help your team gradually go from zero to one hundred deployments a day with a series of achievable tasks. It's worth checking out.
In this article, the React team shares the latest info and progress on React Server Components, asset loading, the React optimizing compiler, and more.
This lets you start with a static site or SPA, then later upgrade to use features that require a server. Check out Lee Robinson's tweet thread for more info.
H/T to Dan Abramov's tweet for highlighting this change.
This article by Frontend Mastery is a great deep dive into React's evolution from client-side view library to application architecture.
That's a pretty juicy title. In this article, JP Camara breaks down exactly what that one-line change was and why it resulted in such a big performance boost for Tanstack Table.
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This article goes over a few more advanced Next.js concepts and provides code examples to demonstrate how to use them in your applications.
Josh Mo wrote this step by step tutorial of how to build a simple app that uses Next.js on the frontend and Rust (via the Axum web framework) on the backend. It's probably a little overengineered for most use cases, but it's really interesting to see Next and Rust used together like this.
Robin Wieruch made this quick migration guide to Vite from Create React App, because (besides Next.js) Vite is the natural successor to CRA for creating modern React SPAs.
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Highlights for this release include sidebar item descriptions, theme query strings, an improved error message experience, and more. Congrats to Sébastien Lorber and the rest of the Docusaurus team!
React Native Storybook is a specialized version of Storybook that focuses on creating and organizing stories for components made with React Native rather than HTML and CSS. This release comes with performance improvements, support for Component Story Format, controls and args support, and more.
In this 27-minute video, Jack Herrington shares how you can use global state management solutions (like Jotai and Zustand) to manage state locally -- without getting dependency errors.