Building RSC from scratch, Isomorphic development, and ReactPy
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Dan Abramov wrote this technical deep dive in the React Working Group repo and showed how to implement "a very simplified version" of React Server Components from scratch.
Vishwas Gopinath wrote this helpful overview of the entire React ecosystem. It covers all of the most commonly used libraries and solutions for getting started, routing, client state management, server state management, testing, and more.
Stephan Meijer wrote about how the isomorphic nature of server components might not actually make our jobs easier, contrary to popular opinion.
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Daishi Kato (the OSS wizard behind Jotai and Valtio) just released this new React framework with React Server Components.
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Nader Dabit created this basic starter project for building AI apps. It embeds text files into vectors, stores them on Pinecone, and enables semantic search using GPT-3 and Langchain in a Next.js UI.
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It's becoming super common to say that "RSCs turned React into PHP." But is that true? In this 19-minute video, Jack Herrington takes a closer look at Next.js App Router vs PHP and examines their similarities and differences.
This 8-minute tutorial on Beyond Fireship gives a helpful breakdown of the new Next.js server actions by demonstrating how to handle form submissions and implement optimistic updates without the need to API routes.