Visualizing React, Next.js 13.3, and React Aria Components (alpha)
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Highlights from this release:
In this article, Vladimir Klepov explains how and why updating state in
useLayoutEffect makes every
useEffect from the same render run before paint, effectively turning them into layout effects.
A library of unstyled components built on top of the React Aria hooks. It provides a simpler way to build accessible components with custom styles, while offering the flexibility to drop down to hooks for even more customizability where needed.
A simple, lightweight, and customizable CSS components library that lets you wrap your CSS styles in a component-like structure. Describes itself as "not another styling system, but a lightweight utility to compose CSS styles into standard React components."
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This release comes with perf improvements, support for Component Story Format, controls, and args. This was part of the larger Storybook v7.0 release.
The prototyping tool for exporting React/Typescript applications just released a new major update, which includes migrating to Redux Toolkit, adding Tailwind CSS as a styling framework, and more.
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