Next.js 13.4, Form actions coming to React, Why you don't need Signals in React
When you're looking at code in your company's codebase, these plugins give you a subtle prompt if the line you're looking at has any internal documentation associated with it. If you click the icon, you can access (and even update) that documentation right inside your IDE, without having to open your browser or another tool.
See the magic for yourself. It's really cool.
The React Core Team just announced that anyone is welcome to join the React Canary release channel, which gives you a chance to adopt individual new features when their design is close to final, but before they're released in a stable version.
According to this tweet from Dan Abramov, at least.
Signals are a newer state management approach that allow for more fine-grained reactivity. They've become a hot topic recently, especially with Angular 16 launching a new Signals library last week. In this article, Daishi Kato shares why React doesn't need Signals and how you can realize many of the pattern's benefits with Jotai - the React state management library he created.
In this article, Igor Gassmann does a nice job of explaining the "why" behind the main features in App Router and what he learned by implementing it in production.
This articles covers some of the most common mistakes made when using React Testing Library, how to use specific queries to improve test coverage, the importance of
*ByRole queries and lots more.
Nylas is hosting a free fireside chat on May 17th with Evan Morikawa, Applied Engineering Manager at OpenAI, and Christine Spang, Co-Founder and CTO of Nylas. They’ll discuss what it takes to deliver and maintain AI solutions at scale, what the future of OpenAI looks like, and lots more. Don’t miss it. [sponsored]
Jan Koritak shares where RSC fits into Next.js arsenal of SSR, SSG, and ISR (incremental static regeneration), and how they work together with the rest of the features in Next.js and React.
React for CLIs. Ink provides the same component-based UI building experience that React offers in the browser, but for command-line apps. It's blowing up on Hacker News right now.
A fullstack GraphQL framework for TypeScript.
The creator of the popular State of JS survey is considering doing a React-only version. He opened up this GitHub thread to collect feedback and ideas, if you're interested in contributing.