Expo Launch Party, Modernizing packages to ESM, and Things you forgot because of React
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Expo announced a lot new stuff during their launch party last week, including a new
useUpdates() React hook, new Expo CLI dev tools plugins, and a new MacOS menu bar app called Expo Orbit that lets you launch builds and start simulators from your menu bar.
Mark Erikson wrote this article about the "painful experiences and hard-earned lessons" he's learned from migrating the Redux packages to ESM.
In this highly opinionated article, Josh Collinsworth shares a few things that you might not have thought about for a while if you've been heads down in React-land.
Alvar Lagerlöf explores how RSCs are represented over the network and shares how they are using that to create devtools.
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Francesco Sansalvadore walks through how he and his team at Supabase built an interactive “constellation” of stars for user-generated tickets to Supabase Launch Week 8 by using Three.js and React Three Fiber.
In this article, Jasper and Sjoerd share how they were able to build a universal design system with React by compiling React to Web Components.
In this 4-part series, Alan Slater shares the unique challenges of migrating more complex apps to React Native. This first article focuses on the often-overlooked planning phase.
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Million is a VDOM replacement for React, which now lets you use
npm i million to automatically make your React project "up to 70% faster", while writing your React code as normal with Next.js, RSC, Vite, Astro, etc.
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