Expo SDK 50, Custom elements support for React, and Next.js app router training
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This milestone release includes an Expo Dev Tools Plugin API that allows you to build browser-based plugins to debug and interact aspects of your app or library. It also comes with new and improved SQLite and Camera APIs,
@expo/fingerprint, and more.
"The most powerful release yet" for the Expo Router aims to make it a universal, full-stack framework by adding API routes, which allow you to build universal server endpoints.
This issue was first opened in October 2017, so it's nice to see some progress being made.
Robin Wieruch gives a brief overview of different approaches to starting a new React project in 2024, along with the advantages and disadvantages of each, the skill level they require and what unique features they provide.
Fatih Altinok shares their novel approach for avoiding "the uncanny valley where the server-rendered date is displayed until hydration complete."
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Hiroppy (a maintainer for Node.js and webpack) created this free playground, which introduces a lot of basic App Router patterns with interactive code examples.
Tamagui's core style library, optimizing compiler, and component library help you to efficiently share more code between your web and native apps. This release comes with hugely improved types and type speed, Expo 50 support, a beta Expo Router starter template, and much more.
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React Email gives you high-quality, unstyled components for creating emails. This 2.0 release includes a re-imagined preview experience, massive perf improvements, new components, better support for monorepos, and more.
In this 11-minute video, Delba Oliveira from the Next.js team gives a helpful intro to what partial prerendering is, how it works, and why it matters.s