React-VR 1.0, Relay Modern, and React Fiber
React VR is a framework for the creation of VR applications that run in your web browser. It pairs modern APIs like WebGL and WebVR with the declarative power of React, producing experiences that can be consumed through a variety of devices. Leveraging web technologies and the existing React ecosystem, React VR aims to simplify the construction of 360 experiences and democratize the creation of VR content. If you're familiar with React, you can now build in VR – learn once, write anywhere.
"Today, we're releasing Relay Modern, a new version of Relay designed from the ground up to be easier to use, more extensible and, most of all, able to improve performance on mobile devices. In this post, we'll give a brief overview of Relay and then look at what's new in Relay Modern."
This probably isn't breaking news to anyone who subscribes to this newsletter, but it's interesting to see React talked about in TechCrunch none the less.
In this post you'll set up a React app alongside an Express backend app, and wire up the UI to fetch some data from the backend.
Beautifully and deterministically animate anything in react.
A react component to trigger confetti explosions on state changes - 🎉
In this video you'll walk through how to use the right combination of Webpack 2 and Babel 6 in order to build a React app. Specifically, you'll learn the following packages - react, react-dom, babel-core, babel-loader, babel-preset-env, babel-preset-react, css-loader, html-webpack-plugin, style-loader, webpack