TanStack Query v5, Remix 2.1, and Optimizing package imports in Next.js
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This major release makes TanStack Query 20% smaller than v4, streamlines and simplifies TanStack APIs, and comes with lots of new features:
Vite support is still unstable for now, but Remix is exploring adopting it as an alternative compiler to esbuild.
Shu Ding from the Next.js team writes about how they were able to make the latest version of Next have 40% faster cold boots and 28% faster builds, and the iterative course they took towards the solution.
Miško Hevery writes about how hydration will try to sabotage you when doing lazy loading and executing less code to try and speed up your application and what you can do about it.
In this article, Jacob Paris writes that, "Showing the right data for each URL is what Remix was made for, so it's actually easier to implement server-side pagination with Remix than it is to do it on the client." Then he walks through how to do this, with a few helpful code snippets.
Mo Khazali shares what he learned by creating his own experiment and benchmark to compare React Native rendering performance.
In this article, TimJ walks through some valuable ESLint plugins and rules tailored specifically for React projects.
This release comes with experimental support for the View Transitions API, stability for the
createRemixStub API, and more.
A universal UI library that provides themed and unstyled components. These components are designed for easy integration into applications developed with React, React Native, Next.js, and Expo.