Orthogonal React components, testing custom React Hooks, ESLint 6.7.0 & more

React Ninjas Newsletter

React Ninjas Newsletter

December 3 · Issue #81 · View online
Weekly curated blogs and tools for React pros.

The benefits of orthogonal React components
Design patterns: factories and their implementation
Real-world reports
CSS architecture for modern JavaScript apps
Markdown in React and custom page elements
Resolving 'No overload matches this call' (React Native)
How to React Slider
Testing custom React Hooks with Jest
Dan Abramov
When discussing Concurrent Mode, we haven’t focused on server rendering as much. However, it’s an essential part of the picture! For example, it enables Progressive Hydration — making individual React components interactive before all JS loads. Demo: https://t.co/nmu8AJGqA4 https://t.co/7QfC4g3JIK
6:58 PM - 28 Nov 2019
Access child component’s properties from parent
Getting started with React and TypeScript - Part 1
ESLint v6.7.0 released
Blueprint: React-based UI toolkit for the web
Fluent UI React represents a set of specifications and tools for building UI libraries.

4:45 AM - 26 Nov 2019
Zustand: 🐻 Bear necessities for state management
JSX-based page builder for creating beautiful websites without writing code
Use SVG files in React Native with svg-transformer
Testing Hooks with Enzyme and React testing library
Forms with Formik & unit testing w/ react-testing-library
Gatsby for great good
The problem with React's Context API
React Native vs Flutter: real project experience
Jordan Walke - React to the Future
Faster apps with JSON.parse (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)
Duration: 7 minutes
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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.
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