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Alice Alexandra Moore wrote this helpful breakdown of the fundamentals of RSC, with the goal of helping you to better understand why RSCs needed to be created, what they do best, and when to use them.
Marco Salazar and Pete Hunt wrote this great retrospective on all of the good and bad they experienced by adding RSC to
dbt docs. "With a few days of work, we were able to drop the page load time for a large open-source dbt project (GitLab’s data platform) from over 4.5s to under 220ms, a 20x performance improvement. We also dropped memory usage from 350mb to 16mb, another 20x improvement. We used React Server Components, a relatively new and controversial technology, to get these results. While we got a great end result, it wasn’t entirely smooth sailing."
Surma (who recently joined Shopify) wrote about how Remix is now "the recommended way to build Admin apps on Shopify." He shares more about what that means for both Remix and Shopify, including how his team is reshaping Shopify's platform by releasing a new, web-centric version of App Bridge.
Brian Rinaldi wrote this article documenting what feels like the end of the Jamstack era. He shared how it evolved over time and what this means moving forward.
This new release for the popular React library includes a transition from Stitches to Tailwind, RSC support, custom themes/layouts/colors, enhanced documentation, and more.
A production ready, scalable starter template for Vite + React that comes with pnpm, Tailwind, TanStack Query, Zustand, Zod, and more.
Vercel just introduced
The new APIs are now "mostly stable." You can find more info on breaking changes and upgrade guides here.
A simple and flexible open-source auth solution for TypeScript that's "bare bones by design."
A new tutorial experience for learning Jotai. It's created by the Jotai team but is a community effort, so contributors are welcome.