React TL;DR

React TL;DR #11 – Top React Content From May 2020

React TL;DR #11 – Most Useful React Content From May 2020

React TL;DR #10 – Most Useful React Content From April 2020

Stop scrolling through all the JS blogs and read the most useful React and React Native relative content from April 2020 in one place.

React TL;DR #9 – Most Useful React Content – March 2020

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 […]

React TL;DR #8 – Top React Content From February 2020

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 […]

React TL;DR #7 – Top React Content From January 2020

A Recap of Frontend Development in 2019 WebAssembly becomes the 4th language of the web joining HTML, CSS, and JavaScript TypeScript usage surges — many developers fall in love React continues to lead while devs are consumed by hooks The React core team shifts to focusing on developer experience and tools to make us more […]

React TL;DR Recap. Top React Content From 2019

All React + TypeScript Cheatsheets The Basic Cheatsheet (/README.md) is focused on helping React devs just start using TS in React apps The Advanced Cheatsheet (/ADVANCED.md) helps show and explain advanced usage of generic types for people writing reusable type utilities/functions/render prop/higher ordercomponents and TS+React libraries. The Migrating Cheatsheet (/MIGRATING.md) helps collate advice for incrementally […]

React TL;DR #6 – Top React Content From December 2019

6 Tips For Better React Performance Features: Utilize render bail-out techniques Avoid inline objects Avoid anonymous functions Lazy load components that are not instantly needed Tweak CSS instead of forcing a component to mount & unmount Memoize expensive calculations React Portals in 3 Minutes Perfect for scenarios where CSS styles are restraining your elements. You […]

React TL;DR #5 – Top React Content From November 2019

TypeScript 3.7 Arrived With Many Great Features Features: Optional Chaining Nullish Coalescing Assertion Functions Better Support for never-Returning Functions –declaration and –allowJs (More) Recursive Type Aliases The useDefineForClassFields Flag and The declare Property Modifier Build-Free Editing with Project References Uncalled Function Checks Flatter Error Reporting // @ts-nocheck in TypeScript Files Semicolon Formatter Option Website and […]

React TL;DR #4 – Top React Content From October 2019

8 New ES10 (ES2019) Features by Example New features: Optional Catch Binding Object.fromEntries Array.flat Array.flatMap String#{trimStart,trimEnd} Dynamic Import globalThis object Introducing Concurrent Mode (Experimental) Concurrent Mode is a set of new features (still experimental!) that help React apps stay responsive and adjust to the user’s device capabilities and network speed. Features: Suspense for Data Fetching […]

React TL;DR #3 – Top React Content of September 2019

What is React TL;DR? How do you decide which React news can be useful to you? Or how something matches your interest or bring any value? Content tools are easy to fool and collect a lot of crap that doesn’t really help or improve your work and this is why we decided to select the […]