Webpack 2.2, why to use Redux to manage immutability, and building a PWA using React and Webpack
Webpack has been a monumental tool in the React community. It's probably okay to say that most of everyone who has done any serious React work has used Webpack in one way or another. It is a great tool and the team working on it has put a TON of work into this new release.
Immutable data has restrictions, namely that it can’t be changed once it’s created, but it also has many benefits, particularly in reference versus value equality, which can greatly speed up applications that rely on frequently comparing data (checking if something needs to update, for example). David Xu talks to us about immutability with Redux, and why it's important.
PWAs or Progressive Web Apps are web applications which focus on being highly mobile friendly, to the point of being as native as possible. In this tutorial Shirsh Zibbu talks about making PWAs with React and Webpack.
Reading through open source projects is a great way to learn a new library or framework. This can show you what tutorials and documentation can’t: how things work and fit together in practice. Here's a great list of 20 OSS React projects that you can look through.
react-table is a lightweight, fast and extendable datagrid built for React.