Exploring reactivity across various frameworks, Understanding React Concurrency, and a new state management lib hits v1.0
They wrote this awesome deep dive on How to add authentication to your React app. Authentication is one of those things that always takes more effort than you want. Instead of adding static libraries (that you need to update and maintain), this post shows how an auth provider can help you stay up to date automatically with pre-built components.
Check out how easy it is to add registration & log in with this React SDK from FusionAuth.
This article by Addy Osmani provides a brief, helpful summary of concepts and discussions around these hot new React topics for folks that want highlights.
Misko Hevery wrote this deep dive into reactivity and compares the different ways that the most popular frameworks approach it.
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In this article, Dion Almaer writes, "If I were holding a React design system today, and I was offered the opportunity to go back in time, I would swap it out for a layered Web design system." Then he proceeds to lay out what that would look like.
Christoph Purrer writes on the Meta developer blog about the Messenger Desktop team's experience moving from Electron to React Native, including why they decided to move away from Electron, why they chose React Native, the challenges they faced along the way, and how they feel about the process now that it's complete.
In this article, Slava Knyazev writes about how React Concurrency works under the hood, so you can get a better idea of what's happening at the lower level.
A set of beautifully designed components built with Radix UI and Tailwind CSS. It recently released new components for forms and tasks.
A new React state management library that promises to be fast, easy to use, and features fine-grained reactivity and built-in persistence.
Not an exclusively React project, but you'll probably start seeing Bun's new bundler everywhere soon. It promises better performance than Webpack, Parcel, and even esbuild, and it will soon be part of a Bun "super-API" that will stitch the bundler together with a Bun HTTP server and file system router.
A parser for React Server Components (RSC) when sent over the network.