Top React Content From 2020
5 Years of React Native: Things I Wish I Had Known When I Started Removing Complexity Is Harder Than Adding It Write Tests From the Start Scale Now or Suffer Later Have One Central Way of Catching and Logging All Errors Make Extensibility Your Guiding Principle Think Twice Before Adding Native Code Slow Always Kills […]
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After a short summer break, we are up and running again! 💪 Introducing the New JSX Transform Upgrading to the new transform is completely optional, but it has a few benefits: With the new transform, you can use JSX without importing React. Depending on your setup, its compiled output may slightly improve the bundle size. […]
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New Redux Toolkit New APIs createAsyncThunk createEntityAdapter Bundle Size Improvements and Dependency Updates Dev Check Middleware Timings TypeScript Support Best practices while developing a React Native App Divide the components Create Aliases Sort the imports Declare the types Separate the styles Components must hook Let Redux manage Write sagas for synchrony Aggregate the selectors Jest […]
Milestone 4 Updates React Native for Windows is on version 0.61 You no longer need to specify a vnext template in the setup CLI steps Expanded documentation Investment in React Native for Mac 🍾 Improved performance SVG Image support More milestones in upcoming months When Does It Make Sense To Use React Native? Advantages of […]