React Newsletter #98

New context, learn Redux by building your own store, and building a REact project with Parceljs


New Context

This document also covers some pitfalls of the current React context API as well as some potential improvements.

Finally understand Redux by building your own Store

Redux is an interesting pattern, and at its core a very simple one - but why does it feel complex to understand? In this post, we’re going to dive into the core Redux concepts and understanding the internal mechanics of a Store.

How “Controllable” React components maximize reusability

In this article, Noam will show you how to increase your components reusability by managing your components data flow in a better way.

Building a Reactjs project with Parceljs

Parcel.js is the new javascript bundler in town. Being less than 2 weeks old, it already has 11k+ stars on github. This will guide you to build your first React project with Parcel.js

The simple guide to server-side rendering React with styled-components

The goal of this guide is to share the core principles of how to use styled-components in a server side rendered React application.


Build your own React Router v4

Learn how React Router v4 works under the hood by building your own version of it.


React Native Bootcamp, January 25 - 26 2018, San Francisco, CA

React Native Bootcamp is for developers who would like to quickly learn the fundamentals and concepts needed to build cross-platform mobile applications using the React Native framework.


The Guide to React 16's New Features

React 16 was released at the end of September and it's a very big release! It's packed with new features, such as being able to return strings and fragments from components. In this hands on guide I will show you everything you need to know about React 16 and the new features it provides.

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