Mantine 7.4, Thoughts on Remix, and Bringing RSC to React Native
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In this article, James Andrew shares a pretty thorough summary of how the React Native landscape evolved in 2023 and where he projects it to go this year.
Solid.js creator, Ryan Carniato writes about three emerging trends that he anticipates will play an even bigger role in the world of JS frameworks in 2024.
Dan Abramov writes, "Components are code, and that code has to run somewhere. But wait -- whose computer should they run on? Should they run on your computer? Or on mine?" In the rest of the article, he makes the case for each side.
Solomon Hawk, a longtime senior React developer, writes his mostly positive thoughts on Remix, including what he likes, things he'd liked to see improved, and some big-picture thoughts.
This release comes with a new @mantine/charts package that provides a set of components for building charts and graphs, based on recharts.
Keep your eyes peeled to see if this gets included in the next Remix release.
Szymon Rybczak, a 17-year-old developer who works at Callstack, gave this 28-minute talk at React Berlin explaining how we can use RSC with React Native to bring its optimizations to mobile apps.
If you've wondered what all the hype for HTMX is about, this is a helpful intro by Jack Herrington that explains how it can be a helpful, more lightweight alternative for building simple applications.