Facebook's Concurrent Mode best-practices, using ESLint right & more

React Ninjas Newsletter

React Ninjas Newsletter

November 12 · Issue #78 · View online
Weekly curated blogs and tools for React pros.

From the core team
Build great UX with Concurrent Mode & Suspense
Real-world reports
useRef() and Concurrent Mode: how to avoid failures
Build a lib for Suspense to fetch data in Concurrent Mode
Swizec Teller
Messing around with React Suspense gave me a great idea: What if you could fallback to preloaded data instead of a loading spinner? 💡

So I gave it a shot, now I'm stuck 👇

https://t.co/hJqzgGfY5f https://t.co/LrvVNRv9HZ
7:22 PM - 11 Nov 2019
React Hooks: better functional components
8 useful tricks for React apps you should know
Ease Apollo client local cache with React Hooks
TDD with React test renderer
Understanding React's key prop
When and why dependency injection in React
Giacomo Alonzi
3 Ways to Fetch Data in React: Which is Best?

| #frontend #developer #js # javascript
1:16 PM - 6 Nov 2019
Cleaning up the DOM with ForwardRef in React
Create a newsletter w/ Next.js API routes & Mailchimp
Manage complex state with useReducer and useContext
Using ESLint right
Intro to React MapBox GL JavaScript
Danilo Assis
Slides from my talk about news on react and relay

4:00 AM - 8 Nov 2019
Disabling Server Side Rendering (SSR) in Next.js
Prettier 1.19: TypeScript 3.7 and new JS features
Page transitions in React Router w/ Framer Motion
State management in GraphQL w/ React Hooks & Apollo
About this weekly
Week of React is a mailing consisting of the finest blogs and tools curated for React pros. I’m Andrés, your curator, working from an office in Amsterdam to help building software developer platform called Jexia.
Do you have a question, feedback or message about a blog for React pros, reach out to via andres at theweekofreact.com. Interested in React Native? Check my other weekly, ’The React Navigator’.
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