Bun 1.0, Building a toast component, and Why you might not need a useEffectAsync hook
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This is the first stable release of Bun's super-fast runtime, package manager, Jest-compatible test runner, and esbuild-inspired bundler/minifier. Full-stack frameworks like Remix, Next.js, Svelte, and others work seamlessly with Bun's runtime, and Vercel just announced that projects using Bun as a package manager can now be deployed to Vercel with zero configuration.
Emil Kowalski is a design engineer at Vercel, and in this article, they write about some of the lessons they learned while building a React Toast library called Sonner.
In this article, Pilcrow (one of the creators of Lucia Auth) shares some of the reasons why Next.js has been consistently infuriating to work with for Lucia.
Niklas Kraßnig writes about how many attempts at handling async programming in React introduce a new hook named something like useAsync. However, he argues that creating a custom hook with dependencies comes with a significant drawback: the dependency array can no longer be statically verified by ESLint. In this article, he describes how to overcome that problem and demonstrates how straightforward using async programming can be in React.
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Antonio Pitasi walks through how he created his "Rust equivalent of the T3 Stack", which glues together existing libraries and implements a server components solution in Rust.
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