React turns 10, Our new useHooks library, and Why you might not need React Query
Now you can technically claim to have a decade of React experience, and no one can call you on it.
Me and my teammates at ui.dev just released this collection of server-safe React Hooks. Here's a tweet thread that gives a little more detail about the project.
Tom Preston-Werner writes about how the RedwoodJS team has chosen to implement React Server Components (RSC) as their solution to both SSR and the many downsides of pure single page applications (SPAs).
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TkDodo shares his opinion (as a lead maintainer of React Query) about whether React Server Components will kill React Query or not.
Nadia Makarevich does a deep dive into how React's reconciliation algorithm works and how it affects our every day code.
Opinionated, enterprise-grade Next.js boilerplate for high-performance, maintainable apps. It comes with Tailwind CSS, TypeScript, ESLint, Prettier, testing tools, and more.
This release ensures that all Radix primitives are ESM compatible and makes improvements to primitivies like Context Menu, Hover Card, Popover, and more.
A React component that lets you render content that follows your mouse.
Planby is a React-based component that lets you easily implement your own timeline. This v3 release comes with new features like endless scroll through multiple days, timezone support, RTL support, calendar mode with day/week/month options, and more.
To celebrate React's 10th anniversary, Delba de Oliveira (Senior Developer Advocate at Vercel) hosted this 40-minute roundtable discussion on React, Server Components, and more with Andrew Clark and Sebastian Markbåge from the React core team.
Evan Bacon gave this 30-minute talk about building navigation for a "universal React app" for iOS, Android, and the web. And he previews how Expo v2 will make that process much easier in the near future.