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This release includes the most recent version of React Native (0.72) and introduces network debugging in the JS debugger, React devtools built in to the Expo CLI, a new release candidate for Expo Router v2, and more.
Delba de Oliveira and Lee Robinson wrote on the Next.js blog about the Next team's plans for improving the performance, stability, and educational resources around the new App Router.
Liam Lindner writes about how SwiftUI's batteries-included approach has taken the best parts of React and created a framework that's easier to work with, in his very opinionated opinion.
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In this article, Deepak Kumar walks through how you can use Redux Toolkit to simplify the Redux setup process, reduce the amount of boilerplate code, and build a scalable global state solution.
In this article, Jacob takes a look at better techniques for using SVG in JSX, while keeping JS bundles small and performant.
This update allows React Spectrum and React Aria to now be run in React Strict Mode, it uses the built-in
React.useId hook to generate ids in React 18, and it allows
DatePicker to control page behavior and local overrides.
This release introduces a new stable dev server with HMR, opt-in JSON/plain text submissions, and performance upgrades.