React Newsletter #390

Server actions in React Canary,, and Rspress 1.0

Today's issue is sponsored by Unlayer's react-email-editor.

This drag-and-drop email template builder component from Unlayer makes it easy to add a powerful email editor to your React apps. Designs are saved in JSON and can be exported as HTML.

Check out the GitHub repo.


Server Actions in React Canary

The React Team just tweeted that Server Actions are now in React Canary and ready for frameworks and libraries to adopt. Server Actions are "functions created alongside your components that run on the server for tasks like data mutations." 🔮

We just launched this spooky landing page for our brand new React Query course we're working on in collaboration with the React Query core team. We can't wait for you to see it.


React memo is good actually

In this article, Tim Pillard writes about some of the most common misconceptions around React.memo, React.useMemo, and React.useCallback and tries to address them with nuanced explanations and code examples.

Thinking Locally with Signals

Ryan Carniato writes about some of the React patterns and technologies that inspired him the most when he was creating Solid.js, and they're probably not the ones you think they are.

Three ways to use network debugging in Expo

Cedric van Putten writes on the Expo blog about how the Expo team created a network inspector, which makes it easier to debug network issues in your apps in three different ways.


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Storybook 7.5

This release brings lots of new features and changes, including various Next.js improvements, enhanced Angular support, 2.2x faster startup for React TypeScript projects, and more.

Rspress 1.0

A fast, Rspack-based static site generator with MDX support that just released v1. Created by the ByteDance team.


A React library that magically animates your components, built off of framer-motion's layout animations.


Understanding Idiomatic React

At React Advanced London, Joe Savona and Mofei Zhang from the React team spoke about their vision for client-side React development with the React Forget compiler and gave a cool status update on the project.

Statically Analysing React Components for Fun and Profit

In this 25-minute talk at React India, Sathya Gunasekaran from the React team taps into his experience from working on V8 at Google to discuss "what makes React good for building UIs, is also what makes React good for a compiler."

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